Warriparinga Wetlands And Living Kaurna Cultural Centre

Galleries, Museums and Collections

‘Warriparinga’, a windy place by the river, is an important and sacred place for the Kaurna people, the Aboriginal custodians of the Adelaide Plains. It is the beginning of the Tjilbruke Dreaming Track, which follows the coastline to Cape Jervis. It is a peaceful reserve and wetland with an abundance of the bird and wildlife. On the pathways you will travel, the land tells about Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, the bush, animals, plant foods and the river. Come in, go near, listen, explore, and look around.

The Living Kaurna Cultural Centre is integral in ensuring that Kaurna culture and the Dreaming Story of the Land, is passed on from generation to generation. The Living Kaurna Cultural Centre offers group tours and programs for schools on Kaurna culture and the wetlands environment. Guided tours are available by arrangement.


Carpark Coach Parking Conference/Convention Facilities Interactive Centre Interpretive Centre Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet


Birdwatching Walk

Indigenous Culture

Authentic Aboriginal Arts and Crafts

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