Boya Kaarla Point Peron Cultural Tour
Get an in-depth perspective of Rockingham's Point Peron with your Aboriginal guide. Receive a spiritual introduction to the land, hear Dreamtime stories and view the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean.
Cape Peron, locally know as Point Peron or Boya Kaarla, has rugged limestone cliffs with protected sandy beaches and offshore reefs.
Point Peron is surrounded by the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park. The beaches are ideal for safe swimming, snorkeling and exploring small bays and rocky outcrops and is an ideal place for a swim after your tour.
Point Peron Foreshore, Point Peron Road, Peron, WA.
What to expect
Located just one hour south of Perth, we meet at the beautiful Point Peron where the view of crystal clear waters and rugged limestone cliffs await you. Here your Nyungar guide will deliver a 1.5 hour walking tour starting with a traditional welcome to country on the shore of the beach.
Appreciate and learn about the protected rock formations and caves which the Nyungar people used throughout the south west of Australia and view the local native wildlife. Coral reefs, and other marine ecosystems are also on the list of attractions where its biodiversity is considered one of the most diverse in Australia.
Listen to local Dreamtime stories, hear about the learning values and the long connection that the Nyungar people have to this very special and unique location, Boya Kaarla (Point Peron). This interactive tour is a one of a kind experience.
What is included
This is a 90 minute walking tour located at Point Person, about an hour’s drive south of Perth, Western Australia.
Point Peron Foreshore, Point Peron Road, Peron, WA. Your guide will meet you at the Northern Carpark. Please arrive 10 mins prior to departure time
What to bring
- enclosed shoes
- sun protection
- warm clothes/windbreaker
- water bottle
YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
Djurandi Dreaming is owned and operated by Wadjuk man Justin Martin, a qualified tour guide and Aboriginal art specialist. Justin’s traditional lands stretches across Perth metropolitan region and a large part of the midwest of Western Australia making him part of the Nyungar and Yamatji Nations.
Justin and his family started Djurandi Dreaming in 2017 aiming to deliver an exciting cultural experience to the local people of Perth and visitors to Western Australia. The family has a special connection to the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River), being direct descendants to some of the last known survivors of the Swan River Settlement.
Justin’s tours and artworks are based around history, facts and creation stories that are hundreds of years old. The stories and dot paintings are passed down from generation to generation.
Djurandi Dreaming is focused on positively educating and showcasing Aboriginal culture in Western Australia while conserving culture, language and Country.