A fascinating experience when you’re coming to Perth is to see the Western Lights in Yagan Square. A digital tower and digital canopies illuminate the night with an interactive experience of colour and light for all visitors to enjoy.
A Wondrous and spectacular light show!
The digital canopies cover a surface area of more than 1000 square metres and together with the digital tower, embraced within the horseshoe bridge, a wondrous and spectacular art in light installation is presented to its audience through day time hours and in the evenings.
Spend some time at Yagan Square
A meal is momentus at Yagan Square! You can enjoy a bush tucker pie or some Japanese street food, a paddock to plate experience or even gluten free donuts; to name just some of the culinary choices on offer!
Yagan Square forms part of the Perth City Link , Perth Western Australia. It is situated between the Perth railway station, Horseshoe Bridge and the Perth Busport in the Eastern part of the Perth City Link precinct, occupying 1.1 hectares of land.
Makuru at Yagan Square
Makuru is the Noongar season of fertility and first rains being celebrated at Yagan Square until the 21st of July 2019. With craft workshops, Winter storytelling and live ice sculpting there’s something for everyone.
Check out the NAIDOC Week celebrations at Yagan Square between July 7 and 14. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. Immerse yourself in virtual Whadjuk for a Noongar culture and landscape tour via virtual reality headset!
A place to connect and celebrate WA is Yagan Square, Perth’s new heart for community meeting and celebration! Who needs Northern lights? See Perth’s very own ‘Western Lights’ in Yagan Square!
Yagan square is easily accessible by public transport from just about anywhere. Our closest places to stay are Maylands or South Perth. We’d love to assist with accommodation so contact us when you’re planning your next trip to Perth.