Sixth annual Karajini Experience launched

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NewtonGanska_KarajiniExperience_BLOG_8.jpgGuests from Government and media were treated last Thursday evening to a taster of the food that will star at the Pilbara's sixth annual Karijini Experience. The event was hosted by James Jarvis, CEO of the Karijini Experience organisers, Tom Price's Nintiirri Centre, at the delightful riverside Scented Gardens in Sir James Mitchell Park in South Perth.

Nyiyaparali and Nyamal man Bradley Hall, from Marble Bar entertained guests while Paul Iskov's team from Fervor treated media to titbits like half marron tail cooked in paperbark and blood root, and kangaroo sliders with youlk pickle, bush tomato and wattleseed. Guests were served mocktails using native ingredients.

The event was held to promote next year's Karijni Experience - being held from April 17-22 - which has become one of WA's must do events.
The event, with its opera in the gorge, degustation meals and celebration of Aboriginal culture will be held in WA's second biggest national park for five days from April 17 to April 22, 2018. In the heart of the Pilbara, around 1400km from Perth and 80km north-east of Tom Price, the Karijini Experience gives visitors an opportunity to stay and camp in the park or to glamp it up at the Karijini Eco Retreat to experience both the unspoiled nature of the region and to share in a series of unique events.

As well as many free, family friendly activities and workshops focused on art, culture and enrichment there are plenty of opportunities to indulge in culture, music, food and art as well as becoming immersed in the stunning Karijini landscape.

To keep abreast of new activities or for ticket bookings go to the Karajini Experience website or the Facebook page.


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