NAIDOC Week 2022 at WA Museum Boola Bardip

This year's NAIDOC Week theme, 'Get Up, Stand Up. Show Up!' is a time to celebrate the many who have driven and led change in our communities over generations - they have been the heroes and champions of change, of equal rights and even basic human rights.

Join us at the WA Museum Boola Bardip as we celebrate NAIDOC Week 2022!

Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays | 1pm

Experience the diversity of Western Australia’s Aboriginal peoples, their cultures and spirituality.

Monday 4 July - Sunday 10 July | 10am - 4pm 

Join us at the WA Museum as we celebrate NAIDOC Week 2022 through fun art and crafts activities.

3 - 17 July | Daily, every half hour from 11am - 3.30pm

Uncover untold stories of Lake Monger in this new 360 VR film.

Monday 4 July | 1pm - 4pm 

Join Nyoongar artist, Charlie Colbung, through a guided art workshop, creating your own piece of art, while we celebrate NAIDOC Week 2022!

Get Up! tour
Monday 4 July | 10.30am – 11.30am, 1pm – 2pm

Stand Up! tour
Wednesday 6 July | 10.30am – 11.30am, 1pm – 2pm

Show Up! tour
Thursday 7 July | 10.30am – 11.30am, 1pm – 2pm

These three unique NAIDOC tours will focus on those who want to Get Up, Stand Up and Show Up by learning and understanding more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culture and history throughout the Museum.

Wednesday 6 July | 6pm sharp (arrival from 5.30pm)

A screening of The Final Quarter documentary, followed by a panel discussion on racism.

Thursday 7 July | 10.30am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm 

Join proud Mirning/Kokatha woman, Debra Hasledine, WA Museum's Assistant Curator Anthropology and Archaeology, in creating your own gum nut bush animal, while learning about the different animals that live on Nyoongar boodja (Country) through a hands-on experience. 

Friday 8 July | 9.30am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm 

Join Sharyn Egan, prominent Whadjuk Nyoongar artist from Perth, who is known for her beautiful painting, sculpture and weaving.

Friday 8 July | 3pm - 4pm
Saturday 9 July | 3pm - 4pm

Yirra Yaakin creates, presents and celebrates First Nations’ theatre, performance and stories. Local stories inspiring the globe.

Thursday 14 July | 6.30pm – 9pm

Get Up Stand Up Show Up is a rally cry for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to continue to push hard for systematic change.