Wadjemup Bidi Trail Head

The Wadjemup Bidi Trail Head marker on Rottnest Island forms an entry statement to the many walk trails on the island. These trails expose Western Australia’s beloved island’s visitors to many aspects of its unique identity.

Two local Noongar artists, Aurora Abraham and Sandy Abraham, were commissioned by the Rottnest Island Authority to create artwork that symbolised various aspects of the island, that would become a part of the trail head marker.

Publik worked closely with Aurora and Sandy to incorporate their artwork into the trail head, which represents the different flora and fauna found on the island, its unique landscapes and historical and cultural significance. The trail head displays safety information, educates visitors on the traditional Aboriginal six seasons, and provides ecological and environmental information to ensure that visitors to the island continue to protect the land whilst enjoying it.

Click here to discover more about Rottnest Island’s Wadjemup Bidi walk trails.

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CLIENT: Rottnest Island Authority

LOCATION: Rottnest Island, Western Australia

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