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The Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre (WACC) was envisioned by Aboriginal Custodians, the City of Walyalup, and others over the course of more than two decades.

Fremantle and important Stakeholders. Fremantle and stakeholders. Documents are gathered in this document. Everything in the background, including the most recent consultation, providing a clear path forward using modern strategic visioning for the City of Fremantle’s benefit (CoF). As a result of this, a holistic vision and framework based on sound principles

Fremantle’s Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a welcoming and inclusive space.


The Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre employs a design-yarning methodology a method of involving participants by having them complete individual and/or small group design sessions over time ultimately leading to agreement on a course of action this is how it works encourages the exploration of concepts in a secure and welcoming environment instead of forcing an outcome, use a gentle approach Using this approach include members of the community from the beginning of the design process and doesn’t ask for a list of suggestions to get started.

Important decisions are made based on a shared set of principles. framework. A Whadjuk Noongar facilitates all input into the engagement strategy, which is Aboriginalled at Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre. The Design yarning was done in collaboration with prominent Noongar residents, and greater Aboriginal community, Council of Families (CoF), and the City of Victoria stakeholders.


At each workshop, the locations were fine-tuned, starting with a large number of choices in Fremantle, which has led to the mandarin choice, located in Bathers’ Mandarin The Beach/Arthur Head neighborhood, which is currently home to the J- Structure for a shed. Because of these factors, the location has been selected as the best option a number of things that participants thought were important with the Council of Families. Manjaree will be the site of the new location having a positive impact on the entire precinct locating and interpreting, which enables the two to be connected. Fremantle Fishing Boat at the Maritime Museum of the North South of the harbour is a port. It’s possible that the Manjaree site will become obsolete in the future the site of Fremantle’s first cultural center and Other locations around the world are being developed for future facilities city.

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