Boya Kaarla (Point Peron) Walking Tour

Discover the Beauty of Cape Peron (Boya Kaarla) 90-minute Cultural Tour.

Experience the Boya Kaarla (Point Peron) Walking Tour, an enriching journey led by your Whadjuk guide, Steven Jacobs. Hear about the ancient connection to Country through the Dreamtime stories of the Derbal Naraa.


Approximately 1.5 hours


1km (Mostly flat ground with some sand and uneven surfaces. Please get in contact for any accessibility concerns.)

Meeting Point:

Point Peron Carpark East. Point Peron Road, Rockingham, Western Australia

Ending Point:

Same as the starting point at the Point Peron Carpark East

What to Wear/Bring:

Comfortable shoes, sun protection, hat, water bottle, camera. Check the weather on the day and wear suitable clothing.

Access and Inclusion:

If you have any accessibility requirements, please contact us, and we can adapt the tour to best meet your needs. We are happy to accept Companion Cards.


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Tour Highlights:

Welcome to Point Peron 

Steven Jacobs presents a Welcome to Country and an introduction to the Noongar culture. Learn about the significance of Point Peron in Noongar lore and its role in traditional ceremonies and practices.

Noongar Significance of the Cape 

As you explore the rugged beauty of Point Peron, Steven will share stories of the Noongar people and the deep spiritual and cultural connections they have with this land.

Natural Beauty 

Take in the breathtaking views of the coastline, rocky outcrops, and serene waters as you walk along the cape. Steven’s guidance will help you appreciate the natural beauty of Point Peron while connecting it to the cultural and historical significance it holds.


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