Indigenous Heritage Tour in Kings Park

Indigenous Heritage Tour in Kings Park
  • Varaktighet : 90 Minuter (approx.)
  • Plats: Perth, Western australia
  • Produktkod : KPIHT
Från AUD 25,00 AU$

Join your friendly and knowledgeable Aboriginal Guide and learn of Perth's first people the Wadjuk. Discover unique local plants of use for bush food and medicine. Explore an array of local bush tools and listen to a Dreamtime story.

Pick up some great bush survival tips on a highly professional and  informative Cultural experience in Western Australia's most visited location Kings Park and Botanic Garden.

Book now and take a walk through the Botanic Garden with your Aboriginal guide.

Tour departs from the Indigenous Tour Sign Post at the edge of the Wadjuk Car Park in Kings Park next to the Main Map

Adults: $50   Children: $15   Concession: $35  Groups of 10+: $25pp Students "$25 Monday to Friday (Bookings are essential) see online booking schedule. Family specials available on bookings page.
For enquiries please phone: Greg Nannup (Indigenous Guide)
Mobile: 0405 630 606
We ask that guests are at the Indigenous Tour signpost 10 minutes prior to the start time to ensure all participants are accounted for.
CASH payment/telephone bookings or in store bookings can be made at the WA Visitor Centre 55 William St Perth  please contact the friendly booking team at Best of WA on (08) 9483 1106.

Bus/Coach drop off point is situated five metres past the Indigenous Tour Sign Post.

Tour introduction is conducted on the lawn at the entry of the Botanic Garden adjacent to the Floral Clock.

Should you miss the start of the tour for any reason we invite you to proceed down through the Botanic Garden past the Boab Trees of the Kimberley Garden, over the Tree Top Walk and look for a group. Guide will be wearing a black hat.
Return journey is via the Water Garden Pavilion and up the hill past the Women's Pioneer Memorial Fountain to conclude back at the Wadjuk Car Park.
Summer: Please wear a hat and bring a bottle of water, the tour is conducted in locations with shade. There are water drinking fountains along the way.
Winter: It is advisable to bring an umbrella and/or suitable wet weather apparel.There are several under cover areas to retreat to should the conditions be unfavorable.
All of our tours are conducted outdoors. We recommend that visitors are adequately prepared with the following:
· Comfortable clothing 
· Comfortable walking shoes 
· Hat, sunscreen and insect repellent
· Drink bottle