Waljin Aboriginal Gardens


Waljin Aboriginal Gardens

First driveway on the left when heading west on Peel Terrace from Causeway Road. Note: large vehicles and caravans please see the sign for the designated overflow area.
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Relax and enjoy a picnic in the Waljin Aboriginal Gardens, located alongside the Vasse River. The gardens were designed by local Nyungar, Mitchella Thompson. 'Waljin' means rainbow girls.
This is an interpretative garden, showing the use and value of native plants used by local Aboriginal people. It is culturally significant to the community for its recognition of Nyungar heritage. Don't miss the signs describing Aboriginal movement through the South West.




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Waljin Aboriginal Gardens

38 Peel Terrace, Busselton WA 6280

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