The Perth Ken

קן פרת


Welcome to

Habonim Dror Perth


Peulot (activities) are run once a week. 



 Wednesdays from after school until 5:30pm


Sundays from 5:00 until 7:00pm


The current Mazkir is Ella Tairy, who can be contacted by email at, or by mobile on 0420 877 633

You can find the Perth Ken at

61 Woodrow Avenue, Dianella


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Perth Camps


Habonim Dror Perth runs a number of camps and seminars throughout the year. Our camps are insanely fun, and have engaging educational content. No one does a Jewish youth camp like Habonim Dror!


If you want to stay in the loop with the latest info regarding our incredible machanot, check our Facebook page regularly and subscribe to our weekly newsletter!  


2020 Machane Choref (Winter Camp):
7-10 July for Years 3-8


Nesher seminar: 6-8 July 

2020 Senior Camp 

25th- 27th September for Years 9-11

2020 Kayetzet (Summer Camp):
20-24 December for Years 3-8

20 December for Year 2s

2021 FED Camp:
11th - 20th January 2021

Nesher sem: Dates TBC 




Join The Parents and Friends!

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The parents and friends (PnF) are an amazing support network for the youth movement. Comprising of parents of chanichim, Habo bogrim and general Habo enthusiasts, these guys do great work supporting the movement through fundraising, community development, legal advice and more!


If you want to help out Habo in any way, shape or form - be it fundraising, community engagement or general advice - please click here to head to the brand new PnF website!

ASM Sign Up and Membership 2020


Sign up here for ASM 2020

Sign up here to become a member

of Habonim Dror Perth!



  • Great discounts on all camps and events!

  • Members don't pay for ASM (Junior Peulot)

  • Support Habo

  • Allow us to keep doing what we are doing!


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We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First People of Australia and pay our respects to the elders past and present with whom we share this great country