Feature Event: Kambarang Cultural Sound Healing Session

Sound session and didgeridoo at Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre. Photo credit: WA Gould League

Olman Walley (Boorloo Aboriginal Cultural Experiences) and Julian Silburn (Sound Alchemy) are joining forces to conduct a cultural sound healing session, set to the beautiful backdrop of Herdsman Lake at dusk.

The session is designed to welcome in the Noongar season of Kambarang, and will inform you of the changing season, acknowledging and appreciating the connection to country and our place within nature.

Olan and Julian aim to transport participants into a peaceful meditative space through a combination of digeridoo, Tibetan bowls, Crystal bowls, harp, and other sound healing instruments, cleansing and tuning the body to its optimal resonance. The evening will conclude with a grazing platter and specialty native teas. Tickets are $90 per person.

For more details and to book, click here.

This event is supported by the WA Parks Foundation as part of Spring into Parks.

Noogenboro (Herdsman Lake) is located within Mooro Nyoongar Boodja – Mooro people’s land, which is part of the greater Wadjak Nyoongar area.

The Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre is operated by WA Gould League, a local not-for-profit organisation. All proceeds contribute to ongoing environmental education for all.

Sound healing at Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre. Photo credit: WA Gould League


Entry and/or tickets charges apply


Oct 07 2022


Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre
Cnr Flynn and Selby St, Wembley

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