Western Australia's many culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities have contributed significantly to Perth's development and have helped make it the vibrant city it is today. As communities evolve, our shared cultural heritage will continue to grow and be enriched.
Many locations around Perth have historical or current significance to WA's CaLD communities. The Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI) has prepared three trails to help you discover this abundant and diverse heritage.
Each map notes the approximate time and distance for each walk.
If you know of any sites of significance to Perth's multicultural heritage, please email OMI.
Many cultures have contributed to Fremantle’s development, discover some of this abundant and diverse heritage.
For information visit Explore Fremantle.
The Office of Multicultural Interests respectfully acknowledges the past and present traditional owners of the land depicted in the Discover Multicultural Perth maps and trails.
The Office of Multicultural Interests would like to thank: City of Perth, Heritage Perth, Chung Wah Association, Department of Aboriginal Affairs, National Trust of Western Australia, New Norcia Monastery, Royal Western Australian Historical Society, Swan Genealogy, The Colour H Photography, Western Australian Museum and the State Library of Western Australia.
Downloadable versions of the Maps are available in PDF format