Visit the Dryandra Woodland National Park for a weekend experience rich in Wilman Noongar Culture and stargaze under Narrogin’s stunning dark night skies.
Immerse yourself in Wilman Noongar culture with storytelling, didgeridoo music and see Aboriginal star patterns revealed overhead. Ancient Aboriginal astronomy entwines with modern astronomy as we take a close look at the Universe through large telescopes to see planets, galaxies and more.
Stargazing Event: 6.30pm – 9pm, Friday 6th October. Presented by Star Tracks Astro Events & Wilman Custodian, Ross Storey.
Aboriginal Cultural Bush Walk and Bush Tucker Tasting Experience: 10am – 12.00pm, Saturday 7th October. With Wilman Custodian, Ross Storey.
Where: McDougall Hall at Lions Dryandra Woodland Village, Dryandra Woodland via Tomingley Road, Dryandra
What to bring: BYO chairs, torches, warm clothes, comfortable footwear, fly net, insect repellent. If you have binoculars or your own telescope, bring them along. If you don’t that’s okay – there will be telescopes set up that you can share.
Bookings: This is a free Spring into Parks event supported by Lotterywest. Secure your spot by emailing your booking to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where to Stay and Camping: Gnaala Mia Campground from $7 camp fee per night per adult. Congelin Campground from $7 per night per adult. No park entry fee. For more accommodation options check the Narrogin & Dryandra Visitor Centre website. For more information, call 08 9890 0923 or email email@example.com.
Download the flyer for the event program and more information.