About the Event

Karinga Road campsite, in Harry Perry Park, has a history dating back more than 50,000 years. The campsite was part of a network of places Bindjareb Noongar people used for camping, accessing water, and hunting for animals such as koomal (possums), yongka (kangaroos), kaarda (goannas) as well as fish from the ocean, Maali Boodja (Marlee Reserve) and the Serpentine River. Early settlers also used the campsite when driving cattle through the area.

Join us at the unveiling of a new plaque acknowledging the long-standing connection of people to this place.

  • Date: Thursday 30 May 2024
  • Time: 3pm – 5.30pm
  • Place: Harry Perry Park (Open space off Virginia Turn), Madora Bay
Activities included at this event are:
  • Binjareb Cultural Ceremony (includes smoke to cleanse the site)
  • Yarning the story of the campsite, natural spring and old well.
  • Children's games and activities
  • Afternoon tea and refreshments


All are welcome.

Access information: Temporary ACROD parking bays will be available, and a portable Universal Access Toilet

For more information please email cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au.

Travel information: If you traveling to the event by car, please note that Karinga Road / Mandurah Road Junction will be CLOSED. Follow the DETOUR Signs and turn left onto Lord Hobart Drive at the Lord Hobart Drive / Mandurah Road Traffic Lights.




Type of Event

Community Event, Museum