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Wardan Aboriginal Cultural Centre

55 Injidup Spring Rd | (6 km South of Yallingup), Margaret River, Western Australia 6282, Australia
+61 8 9756 6566
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we rang to book no answer. We drove to the site the gates were closed. We drove through the closed... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Elaine P
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Rye, England, United Kingdom
A great insight into indigenous culture

Well worth a visit giving a deeper insight into our custodial beginnings display was well laid out... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2017
Frank B
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Perth, Australia
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The Wardandi people are the traditional owners of South Western Australia for over 55,000 years. The Wardandi elders have chosen to share their culture with visitors. The outside experience can include a bush story trail, stone toolmaking workshop and boomerang and spear throwing. The inside experience includes a 6 season display and art gallery. Located on 40 acres of beautiful natural bush including Sheoak, Balga, Jarrah and Marri.
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  • Terrible15%
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55 Injidup Spring Rd | (6 km South of Yallingup), Margaret River, Western Australia 6282, Australia
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+61 8 9756 6566
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Reviewed 6 days ago

we rang to book no answer. We drove to the site the gates were closed. We drove through the closed gates no one was about. I think this attraction must now be closed

Thank Elaine P
Reviewed 26 September 2017

Well worth a visit giving a deeper insight into our custodial beginnings display was well laid out didn't get to attend any of the tours available as I dropped in late one afternoon. Only negative I could share is I found the staff member I...More

Thank Frank B
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Our session with Mitchella talking about the seasons aboriginal people recognise, making and using tools and learning about their family relationships was a wonderful afternoon's activity. If all Australians could spend time with aboriginal people like Mitchella, we would have a better chance at understanding...More

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 20 March 2017

Traditional. Custodians of this region. Keen to share. Go n learn a bit bout wardan life. Culturaly enriching

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 12 February 2017

Visiting this centre is a good way to gain a greater understanding of how special the South West region is. As soon as you walk into this place you can feel the presence of what once was. If you get the pleasure of meeting Vivian,...More

1  Thank TimeTravellerInSpace
Reviewed 16 January 2017

Highly recommended. I went there with a group as was inspired about the history, positivity and staff were so down to earth.

Thank laceleste1930
Reviewed 17 November 2016

This was very interesting. I learnt so much about natural medicine and reading the bush. The tour though casual is really worth doing.

Thank Ro6330
Reviewed 5 November 2016

As a bit of a 'townie' I never thought that I would enjoy this experience but it was a true eye-opener for me Half expecting it to be a bit 'lecturing' it was actually the complete opposite full of interest and involvement The connection with...More

Thank abigcurryfan
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

My favourite tour in Margaret River. And i have done more than most locals here! I felt such a connection with the land and the people while doing this tour. It all really came to life for me. I would go back tomorrow! Absolutely fascinating!

Thank culinaryexplorer131
Reviewed 28 September 2016

sad to say but I was disappointed with this cultural centre. Perhaps I was expecting too much, but this centre is run by volunteers (?) and the information limited. The enthusiasm of the curator was evident and she was certainly knowledgeable, but for me it...More

1  Thank majnz
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