Tours & events

Make the most of your Museum visit with a special tour or event.


Entry to WA Museum Boola Bardip is free. The Museum is open daily from 9.30am to 5pm.

1. Book a ticket online or by calling 1300 134 081. This is recommended if you wish to visit on a particular day.
2. Walk-up entry is available each day — no booking required! However, you may experience a wait time during busy periods such as weekends.

If you register for a tour or an event, admission is included in your booking.

Two-day workshop

Saturday 8 & 15 May | 9.30am - 1.30pm
Saturday 7 & 14 August | 9.30am - 1.30pm
Saturday 16 & 23 October | 9.30am - 1.30pm
Saturday 13 & 20 November | 9.30am - 1.30pm

Everyone's got a story. What's yours?

Explore four important aspects of the fashion process: design, ecology, business and marketing.

First Saturday of every month | 3pm - 4pm

Showcasing WA Museum Boola Bardip’s architecture and contemporary art works.

, Wednesday 11 August 2021

Wednesday 11 - Friday 13 August | 9.30am - 3pm

Join us at the WA Museum Boola Bardip as we celebrate NAIDOC Week 2021!

Bush supermarket workshop
Wednesday 11 August 2021 | 10.30am & 1pm

Art workshop
Thursday 12 August 2021 | 10.30am & 1pm

Come and experience the bush supermarket or create your own art piece in these facilitated workshops with Andrew Beck, a proud Ngadju, Mirning, Nyungar man.

Explore French fashion, music, cinema and theatre.

Explore French fashion, music, cinema and theatre.

Friday 13 August 2021 | 10.30am - 12pm
Friday 13 August 2021 | 1pm - 3pm

Join proud Mirning/Kokatha woman, Debra Haseldine, WA Museum's Assistant Curator Anthropology and Archaeology, and create your own gumnut bush animal while learning about the different animals that live on Nyoongar boodja (Country).

Monthly | 9.30am - 10.45am

Join an expert-led yoga flow experience in the Museum.

A 21st-century reimagining of Italian Baroque arias presented by UWA Conservatorium of Music and English and Literary Studies.

A five-hour piano cycle for solo piano composed by Alvin Curran and performed by Gabriella Smart.

A night of radiance, ambience and immersive music featuring acclaimed Australian improvisational icons, The Necks.

Join permaculture workshops that focus on the creation of living environments that are sustainable and productive.

A unique merging of science and sound. A visceral listening experience that reenacts the shifting of tectonic plates to form the Flinders Ranges.

Create your own beautiful miniature gardenscape in this DIY terrarium workshop.

Designed for our 18+ visitors, this is the raunchiest tour you can take at the Museum. 

Part of the Museum Member program, this series of engaging seminars focuses on akin subjects examined from two different perspectives.