Created by Western Australian artist Jon Tarry, 'Waterline' is a series of water experiences sculpted in Western Australian granite running through Yagan Square.

The feature is made up of a sequence of connected elements – from a water ‘source’ at the Playscape where water appears, bubbling up around a sculpted egg-like rock – and then cascades past the Amphitheatre, garden and grassed terraces.

Sculptures, sound and motion invite stories of life and local animals once found in this area including black swans, swamphens and gilgies.

You can also find 11 plaques along the Waterline that make up the Discovery Trail, highlighting the connections between animals, the water and Whadjuk stories.

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Corner Wellington Street and William Street, Perth

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A small plaque affixed to the side of the Waterline art installation.
Yagan Square

Discovery Trail

Follow the trail along the Waterline to discover native flora and fauna and their connection to the water.

  • art-exhibitions
Balga tree in the Wildflower Garden at Yagan Square with the building facade in the background
Yagan Square

Wildflower Garden

A showcase of beautiful and unique Western Australian flora.

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Digital Canopy Yagan Square
Yagan Square

Digital Canopies

The canopies will bring Yagan Square to life with light and colour.

  • art-exhibitions
  • screening