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Raine Square has launched an impressive First Nations Art Trail in its CBD precinct, as tribute to recent NAIDOC Week celebrations. The First Nations Art Trail has been hand-painted by local Indigenous artist Rosie Paine, who has created six hand-painted totem poles.

Each pole represents a Noongar season through inspiring symbols and vibrant colours.

In celebration of the incredible installation, the team at Raine Sqaure is inviting Perthites to test their knowledge of the six Noongar reasons for a chance to win a trip for two to iconic Uluru!

And they haven’t made things too difficult, offering THIS primer on the six Noongar reasons to read to help you complete THE QUIZ.

You can check out a video on the Art Trail below and make sure to pop in to visit Raine Square to check out the exhibition next time you’re in the CBD.

And even if you don’t win the Uluru competition, know your entry is for a good cause, with Raine Square donating $1 for every quiz completed to the Polly Farmer Foundation.

The foundation provides academic enrichment programs empowering Aboriginal students to complete school and move into successful post-school pathways.

Hurry, the competition to win closes Saturday 31 July, and that link again is HERE.

Cover Photo via structuresxx / Shutterstock