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The memorial park explains the history right back to the indigenous people. Multiple gardens in one, they all just work together even though they are different. The gardens were empty when I visited which was nice as I had them all to myself, but a...More
Lovely place to visit and stop to read about the history and purpose of the park which was built to bring people " back to country" . Informative boards tell about the park and also about the local Noongah inhabitants both in the past and...More
The site is an acknowledgement of the rich and diverse Noongar culture and gives people some historical perspective. The Noongar Language Centre can provide more information and there is nothing like doing a guided tour with a local guide from Ngalang Wongi Aboriginal Cultural Tours...More
I have a special love for this place. I helped to recruit workers for this sacred site. It was a privilege to have a small part in the development of this beautiful place in Bunbury. The Wardandi Memorial is a lovely quiet place just outside...More
The idea to establish a Noongar Cultural Heritage Site in Bunbury first came about in 1994 after roadworks encroached onto a site (Pioneer Park) that was identified as linked to ancient Noongar burial grounds. Work to establish the park commenced in September 2012 and was...More