Noongar man playing didgeridoo at Yagan Square

Aboriginal Experiences

Public art pieces, wildflowers and more.

  • art-exhibitions
  • learn
  • screening
  • historical
  • family-children
Close up of the children's playground

Playscape

A fun space for kids of all ages.

  • sport-recreation
  • family-children
Waterline (Jon Tarry) Yagan Square

Waterline

Reflects the area’s past as an important lake system.

  • art-exhibitions
  • historical
Digital Canopy Yagan Square

Digital Canopies

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

  • art-exhibitions
  • screening
Artwork - writing on wall

Passenger

Art pieces tell the story of prominent Noongar woman Balbuk.

  • art-exhibitions
  • historical
A small plaque affixed to the side of the Waterline art installation.

Discovery Trail

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

  • art-exhibitions
Wirin statue in Yagan Square, by artist Tjyllyungoo/Lance Chadd with Trish Robinson and Stuart Green

Wirin

The nine metre high sculpture embodies the spirit and culture of the Noongar people.

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

Wildflower Garden

A showcase of beautiful and unique Western Australian flora.

  • historical
  • family-children