Multi-sensory EverNow event coming soon
The exciting and imaginative EverNow festival planned for Perth (Noongar name Boorloo) this Spring will ignite the senses and celebrate Aboriginal culture and WA’s biodiversity. It will light up the city with five nights of sound, light and fire.
EverNow will run from October 4 to 9 during the Noongar season of Kambarang – when wildflowers are putting on spectacular displays across the regions.
The free evening events (some ticketed) will be held at several locations, including the Supreme Court Gardens, Perth’s Government House Gardens and Kings Park (Kaarta Koomba).
Kings Park will become home to the bold reimagining of Boorna Waaginy: The Trees Speak, transforming the park with a captivating display of light, sound and projections telling the stories of Noongar culture and the beauty and biodiversity of the region.
EverNow has been developed by Perth Festival and supported by the Western Australian Government through Tourism WA. Find out more here.