Places to stay & things to do

* Accommodation *

Perth has plenty of accommodation choices, and is an ideal base for attending all events.

Alternatively, check out some options in York:

or Northam:

* More orienteering? *

Orienteering weekend in Albany

Extend your stay with a weekend of orienteering in Albany at WA's South Coast after the carnival Oct 14th-15th!
See Eventor for information on events at Denmark SHS and Albany Historic Forts.

Find out more about Albany:

Anytime orienteering

Try one of our permanent Anytime Orienteering courses in Perth and around the south-west WA.

 * Wildflowers & cultural experiences *

Aboriginal experiences

WA has many Aboriginal tourism operators who offer tours and cultural experiences to fit any expectations.


As promised by the theme of our Carnival, Kambarang season is the best time to see wildflowers in WA!

 * Other things to do *

Giants of Mandurah

Thomas Dambo is the world’s leading recycle artist, exhibiting in Australia for the first time. He's hidden six giants constructed of recycled wood around Mandurah (& Perth) in an interactive scavenger hunt called "The Giants of Mandurah". To play the game, download your free guide and journey into the extraordinary beauty of the wetlands, waterways, bushland and wildlife on the lands of the Bindjareb Noongar people:

Feeling brave?

Matagarup Bridge Zip + Climb
Optus Stadium rooftop tours

Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island, a 30-minute ferry ride from the mainland, is a perfect destination for a day trip, or a longer stay.
Rottnest is also home of Australia's largest Quokka population.

* General tourist information *

This Welcome to Perth document written by one of the local organising committee members contains lots of useful information.

Find things to do in and around Perth...

... or all over Western Australia:

Kambarang Carnival Sponsors

Department of Local Government,Sport and Cultural Industries
Moira Whiteside bequest

Acknowledgement of country

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Orienteering WA acknowledges the Noongar people, the Traditional and continuing Custodians of the land on which we gather to enjoy our sport, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.