Yagan Square is a place to meet, connect and experience Western Australia’s culture, heritage and landscape in the heart of Perth city. The square offers a range of experiences – from green spaces and wildflower gardens, to a children’s play space and engaging public art.
Sample some of the best Western Australian produce in the Market Hall or Horseshoe Lane, or head outdoors and enjoy cultural programs, digital art and light shows on the Digital Tower and canopies. The square, which is named after prominent Noongar leader Yagan (c1795-1833), reflects Aboriginal culture and offers an insight into Whajduk history.
Accessibility features at Yagan Square include:
- Ramped pathways linking the upper and lower levels
- Lifts available in the Market Hall and Horseshoe Lane buildings
- Accessible wayfinding and signage to help people navigate the area
- Handrails at stairs
- Accessible toilet facilities, a Changing Places toilet for people with profound disability
- ACROD parking bays nearby at City of Perth Citiplace carpark at Perth Train Station (5 bays), City of Perth Cultural Centre carpark 2 Roe St (5 bays), and Wilson Parking Queens Complex carpark Corner Wellington & Queen Streets