Giants of Mandurah

Shhhh! Can you keep a secret? We’ve found Thomas Dambo’s Giants of Mandurah! While we usually love sharing all of Perth’s secrets… but on this occasion, keeping the secret is all part of the fun because it keeps the adventure alive for everyone else. 

Giants of Mandurah

In an Australian-first renowned Danish recycle artist Thomas Dambo has created his larger-than-life wooden sculptures in secret locations throughout Mandurah. The free outdoor exhibition will be on display for at least 12 months, from November 2022 to November 2023.

Giants of Mandurah

The Giants of Mandurah is a self-discovery adventure trail that starts at the Mandurah Visitor Centre, where you collect a 52-page Giants of Mandurah Travellers’ Companion Guide. The guide can also be downloaded online. The Travellers’ Companion Guide is also filled with information and activities. 

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There are six amazing giants to discover, all made from recyclable materials such as scrap wood, old pallets, twigs and debris.

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Using the information within the Giants of Mandurah Travellers’ Companion Guide, you’ll be able to unlock the location of five out of six of the Giants. 

Giants of Mandurah

To find the location of Dambo’s top secret Giant, you will need to collect symbols from the other five Giants and enter them in the correct order into the ‘code machine’ located at the Mandurah Visitor Centre.

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You will need to make sure you are well-prepared before going Giant hunting. You will need to wear good walking shoes, bring bottled water, snacks for hungry kids and insect repellent.

Giants of Mandurah

Thomas Dambo’s Giants of Mandurah are located in natural settings, therefore it is important to note that some trails are more accessible than others and you should be on the lookout for snakes, spiders and other wildlife you may encounter. The Giants are also not accessible by public transport, you will require a car to drive to each location.

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Keep a lookout for signs that display stories of the land on which each Giant is placed from the Traditional Custodians of the Peel region, the Bindjareb People of the Noongar Nation.

Giants of Mandurah

Giants of Mandurah

For more information about the Giants of Mandurah visit the official website; www.giantsofmandurah.com.au

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About Kellie Elliott

Kellie Elliott is a busy mum of four who enjoys adventuring around Perth with her children and sharing her journeys and experiences on Instagram at Perth Mum Adventures.

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1 Comment
  1. Pav 2 years ago

    Let me get this straight, you gotta study a 52 page guide to try to figure out the locations of these puppets?

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