A Night at the Museum to unite the global transplant community in Perth

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Transplant Australia has revealed the Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip will be the venue for the Cultural Night of the 2023 World Transplant Games.

Along with the exciting sports program, the special events are memorable highlights of the Games. The Cultural Night is the opportunity to celebrate and unite the diverse cultures of our global transplant community.

With exclusive, after-hours access to the museum, the Cultural Night will be your very own ‘Night at the Museum’. Guests will be able to choose their own adventure, explore the exhibitions, enjoy the music and local hospitality, and celebrate with old and new friends from all around the world.

The Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip, is a landmark building situated in the heart of Perth’s cultural centre, which re-opened in 2020 following extensive restoration of historic buildings and an award-winning new design.  Boola Bardip, which means many stories in Whadjuk Nyoongar (the language of the traditional custodians of Perth), is the place to explore Western Australia’s many stories.

You can find out more about the museum at WA Museum Boola Bardip

Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip, Image: Michael Haluwana, Aeroture

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