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Banksia Tourist Park

219 Midland Rd , Hazelmere WA 6055
Banksia Tourist Village is one of Perth s finest tourist parks on the outskirts of the Swan Valley Wine region. Banksia is set on 17 picturesque acres on the base of the Gooseberry Hill National Park This quiet and carefree estate is only 20 minutes from the city centre and 10 minutes from the Domestic and International airport. Banksia is an accredited AAA Tourism four star rated park with a great range of quality accommodation and facilities. Accommodation ranges from fully self contained chalets and cabins to shady powered sites. (Ensuite sites also available).Pets permitted at Management discretion.
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Inn Mahogany Creek

4260 Great Eastern Highway, Mahogany Creek WA 6072
Inn Mahogany Creek offers the finest accommodation, and is a four star rated venue with a reputation for providing quality, friendly service at great value. Guests can also choose to eat at the modern restaurant and bar where they have sourced some of the highest quality produce. Situated on a 3.5 acre block in the idyllic Perth Hills. Inn Mahogany Creek is less than 35 kilometres away from the centre of Perth but offers a quiet getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Its access to the Great Eastern Highway makes it both easy to get to, and gives guests the opportunity to explore the nearby town of Mundaring....
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Mundaring Weir Hotel

Lot 502 Hall Rd cnr Mundaring Weir Rd, Mundaring WA 6073
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Rosebridge House Bed and Breakfast

86 Williams Street, Gooseberry Hill WA 6076
Rosebridge House Bed and Breakfast offers all the elegance, romance and charm of the early 1900s! Nestled on the edge of Gooseberry Hill National Park and within walking distance of Kalamunda, a charming country village only a 10 to 15 minute drive from Perth airport, you'll find one of Perth's best kept secrets. This charming 1920s colonial home offers four romantically furnished bedrooms with brass beds and en suite's with spa. All the rooms have their own identity and have been carefully decorated to reflect this. With French doors opening onto wide verandas that flow into glorious gardens and water features. Enjoy a complimentary fully cooked gourmet breakfast in the garden or beside the pool. Other complimentary facilities include: a guest lounge with library, all day tea and coffee, wireless internet, television and DVD player, cable television, reverse-cycle climate control, barbecue facilities, pool towels and laundry facilities. ...
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Travellers Rest Motel

8855 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring WA 6073

Whether resting prior to your journey along the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail, or perhaps needing a well earned rest after completing the trip – Visitors are most welcome to stop by at the Travellers Rest Motel for first class family or single accommodation. The Travellers Rest Motel is conveniently located just a few minutes from Mundaring Township with shopping and fast food facilities and all conveniences. Set on 7.5 acres of beautiful bushland so there's plenty of room for parking.

Completely renovated & redecorated units available for overnight or extended stays:

Overnight units sleep 1-3 people. Units have reverse cycle air-conditioning, shower, microwave, toaster, tea and coffee facilities.

Self contained furnished units with all commodities suitable for 1-3 people, long or short term stays.

Self contained units, sleeping facilities with 2 rooms, kitchen with cooking facilities, shower, bath and laundry suitable for five people.

Disabled overnight unit contains queen size bed, spacious, specially designed bathroom, microwave, toaster, tea and coffee facilities.

Also a gorgeous new gazebo and barbeque area for use by our guests free of charge!

Darlington Estate Winery and Restaurant

1495 Nelson Road, Darlington WA 6070
Darlington Estate Winery and Restaurant is situated just 25 kilometres from Perth, set atop a beautifully wooded valley with sweeping views of eucalypt bushland. The winery offers wine tastings and cellar door sales, while the restaurant is famous for its ambience, atmosphere and rustic surroundings. This is combined with unsurpassed quality of produce and service, attested to by its many prestigious awards and positive media reviews. Dalington Estate was a Goldplate Award winner last year and is also proud to have won the Excellence Awards in 2001 and 2002. The Estate regularly hosts functions, weddings and jazz evenings in addition to its regular a-la-carte lunches and dinners. Bookings are essential. ...

Kalamunda History Village

56 Railway Road, Kalamunda WA 6076
The Kalamunda History Village is a museum depicting the unique hills life and industries in the early years. It’s situated in the heart of Kalamunda, in the Darling Ranges of Perth, Western Australia. Nestled amongst the trees, the Kalamunda History Village boasts two original station buildings (listed by National Trust), seven heritage buildings dating from 1895 and three purpose built buildings. The human endeavour of timber cutting, orcharding, quarrying, transportation, services and life are presented in reality. These evocative displays are interactive and will fascinate all ages. Senior groups and special interest groups can enjoy a guided tour, have a guess at the mystery item, hold a quiz or finish with a sing-a-long to old gramophone records. Bring your own morning tea and enjoy a break among the trees. Free entry for carers when accompanying a group. During the mid-year school holidays they hold an exciting hands on program for children. Numbers are restricted and bookings are essential. For further information call (08) 9293 1371. The Kalamunda History Village is managed by the Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society. Their members are all volunteers and are constantly working in the Village to maintain, collect and preserve to make your visit enjoyable....

Perth Hills Visitor Centre

50 Railway Road, Kalamunda WA 6076
The friendly staff at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre will provide you with a range of information on local attractions to help you enjoy your visit to the Shire of Kalamunda and Perth Hills, a premier tourism destination within Western Australia. Situated in the Zig Zag Cultural Centre, the Visitor Centre offers up-to-date information on where to go, where to stay and what to do within the Shire of Kalamunda, including local maps, bushwalking guides and a comprehensive range of brochures on local attractions. The Visitor Centre also offers a diverse selection of quality locally-made merchandise including pottery, woodwork, bags, books, cards, arts and crafts, maps and information on local wineries and tasting tours, and is the entry to the Kalamunda History Village. The visitors Centre prides itself on customer service, the promotion of the region, supporting local arts and craft groups, promoting local tourism operators. Space is available for hire to local and regional tourism operators and associated businesses to promote their product or service. This service includes promotion on the LCD screen in the centre and can be booked for month long blocks. Fees apply. Open 9.00am to 4.00pm weekdays, 10.00am to 4.00pm weekends and public holidays....

Darlington Arts Festival

3 Owen Road, Darlington WA 6070
A wonderful day out in the beautiful Perth hills for all the family.  The Darlington community invites you to join the fun and experience all that our unique festival, now in its fifty-third year, has to offer.  There are five art exhibitions: the inaugural Robert Juniper Landscape Art Prize, Open Art featuring leading hills artists, Hans arkeveld retrospective, Youth and Junior Art.  Plus lots of things to do: relax with continuous entertainment; treat yourself at the food stalls; find hand crafted art, craft and produce; learn a new skills at the art workshops; entertain the kids with lots of activities also watching quick flicks....

Eagle's View Walk, John Forrest National Park

Rangers Office, Darlington WA 6070
Eagle's View Walk Trail is a 15 kilometre moderate loop walk around John Forrest National Park, Western Australia's oldest national park, with impressive views across the Swan Coastal Plain to distant Perth the track passes through varied vegetation types, including heath lands, open wandoo woodlands and mixed jarrah-marri-wandoo forest. This Top Trail takes walkers away from the picnic areas, initially following Jane Brook down the valley. It then climbs up the valley wall to great views of the city and ocean. The trail then weaves its way up and down valleys, creek lines and hills before heading back to the brook. There are different ecosystems along the way and spring wildflowers are spectacular. Hovea Falls is a pretty place for a picnic lunch when water is flowing. The trail follows Jane Brook back to the main visitor's area. Signs every two kilometres advise how far you have walked and how far to go. The trail can be tackled clockwise or anticlockwise. The walk trail brochure is available from the ranger's office, along with the walker's log book. Walkers must register before they head off and on their return....

Parkerville

Parkerville, Parkerville WA 6081
Escape to Parkerville and discover the striking Perth Hills hinterland of the Darling Range. Explore the Railway Reserve Heritage Trail on foot, bike or horseback, or enjoy the beauty of Western Australia's oldest conservation area - John Forrest National Park. Situated in the Shire of Mundaring, just 45 minutes from Perth by car, Parkerville is an easily accessible base for a day exploring the breathtaking scenery, flora and fauna of the Hills. Originally a quarry area, today Parkerville is a quiet, laidback country town with the pristine natural woodlands of John Forrest National Park on its doorstep and the Railway Reserve Heritage Trail inviting you to explore. Ideal for bushwalking, cycling or horse riding, the Heritage Trail retraces 70 kilometres of the old Fremantle to York Eastern Railway, constructed in the 1880s. In addition to the history of the small settlements that sprang up along the railway line, you'll discover a diverse range of native animals and flora in the forests and bushland, from abundant bird life, to kangaroos, echidnas and carpets of colourful wildflowers in spring. You'll also discover a range of refreshment options here, including Parkerville's restaurant and heritage country pub. Fill up with a hearty country lunch and continue exploring the Darling Range countryside in the afternoon. Alternatively, book a table for dinner and an overnight stay at a cosy bed and breakfast, or a self-contained cottage or chalet, and extend your Hills adventure....

Rock and Roll Mountain Biking Tours

361 Paulls Valley Road, Paulls Valley WA 6076
Rock and Roll Mountain Biking offers all things mountain biking. They allow you to experience the enjoyment and thrills of a true mountain biking adventure. From a mountain bike skills clinic to a scenic outdoors tour of the bushlands of Western Australia, they can provide an all-in-one mountain biking experience in a safe and controlled situation. Your guides are qualified mountain bike coaches that can show you the best trails that allow you to experience the peace, beauty and serenity that Perth has to offer. They can tailor riders to suit all levels of experience. Rock and Roll Mountain Biking Tours are located at the trail head in the Kalamunda Hills. You can hire a bike and explore yourself or sign up for one of their tours. What you ride is up to you! ...

Mundaring Weir

Mundaring Weir Road, Mundaring WA 6073
As well as being an idyllic place for a scenic drive, a picnic with friends, or bushwalking, Mundaring Weir is also an important part of Western Australia's heritage. Located in natural bushland in the Perth Hills, Mundaring Weir is one of the world's greatest engineering projects. Completed in 1903, the Weir was the start of the water pipeline that pumped water to the Kalgoorlie goldfields, some 700 kilometres away. At the foot of the weir is the Number 1 Pump Station Museum where you can learn more about the brilliant engineer behind the project, C.Y. O'Connor, who endured much public criticism and tragically took his own life. A drive trail that follows the pipeline called the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail starts at the museum. There are several walking trails around Mundaring Weir that take you deep into virgin bush. You'll see beautiful native plants, animals and plenty of birds. You can also walk across the massive concrete Weir wall. Pack a picnic and enjoy the barbecue facilities, grassed areas and shady trees. While improvement works are underway, there will be limited access both above and below the Weir wall. Mundaring Weir is about a 40 minute drive from Perth....
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Grandview B and B

30 Girrawheen Drive, Gooseberry Hill WA 6076
Grandview B and B is nestled on the escarpment overlooking Perth city and surrounding areas. It is situated just 15 minutes from both the international and domestic airports and transfers can be arranged. At Grandview you can expect immaculate executive style accommodation within beautiful bush surroundings. The house is in a quiet and tranquil location offering guests the opportunity to relax and unwind and enjoy some of the most wonderful sunsets you will ever see. Once you enter this spacious and gracious home you will be charmed by its character. Guests are welcome to wander throughout the communal areas of the home and appreciate the antiques and curios of bygone years. Wander outside onto the deck and curl up in the sumptuous day bed with a book or just enjoy the magnificent views. From the deck take the spiral staircase down to the outdoor ‘rooms’ that look onto the swimming pool and, of course, the fabulous views....

Fred Jacoby Park

North Ledge Road, Mundaring WA 6073
Fred Jacoby Park is a great spot for picnics, watching wildlife, photography or just relaxing before, or after heading off, on one of the numerous walk trails within the Beelu National Park. Fully equipped with picnic facilities, free barbecues and a children's playground, you will enjoy communing with nature in this beautifully landscaped park. The park features a range of trees from many parts of the world including one of the biggest English Oak Trees in Western Australia. A boardwalk enables visitors to get in under the canopy of this 140 year old heritage listed tree, whilst protecting the tree roots from compaction. Beelu National Park has over 3,000 hectares of park land abundant with flora and fauna that is native to Western Australia. See possums, echidnas, kangaroos and wallabies as well as Jarrah trees, Marri trees and Banksias. Mundaring is located less than an hour's drive from Perth via Kalamunda or Midland....
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Kalamunda Carriages and Three Gums Cottage

30 Mundaring Weir Road, Kalamunda WA 6076
Kalamunda Carriages and Three Gums Cottage provides semi rural self-contained getaway accommodation, and bed and breakfast accommodation in the delightful Perth Hills Wine Region. With the option of romantic honeymoon accommodation in well-appointed railway carriages, or fully self-contained accommodation in a beautifully furnished cottage, this delightful Perth Hills getaway accommodation is perfect for those looking for a getaway escape or weekend accommodation that is not too far from home, or from the Perth City centre. It is also suitably located accommodation near the Perth Airport. Surrounded by a private rambling garden, stunning scenic views, and just minutes from award-winning wineries, cafes, restaurants and other attractions, this Perth Hills accommodation is perfectly situated for midweek getaways, weekend escapes and romantic couple's weekends....
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Valley Camp at Avon Valley National Park

Avon Valley National Park, Mundaring WA 6073
Valley Camp is located in the stunning Avon Valley National Park. Close to jarrah, marri and powderbark forest, the valleys themselves are forested with wandoo, making for peaceful bushwalks through the area. It's also a great place to see a wide variety of wildflowers and birdlife in the Spring. The campground itself is popular for launching canoes into the Avon River, and features picnic tables, fire rings, toilets and water (untreated). It is suitable for tents and small caravans or camper trailers only. Bookings cannot be made. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's ParkStay website....

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail

Mundaring Community Sculpture Park, Mundaring WA 6073
Located within the picturesque Perth Hills in Western Australia, Railway Reserves Heritage Trail retraces 59 kilometres of the old Eastern Railway that formerly linked Fremantle to York in the late 1880s. This popular walking, cycling and horse riding rail trail begins its journey at Bellevue forming a unique 41 kilometre loop at Mount Helena entirely on railway formations, before extending to Wooroloo Reserve. The Trail is the perfect place to relax and unwind as it takes in the peace and tranquillity of the attractive flora, fauna and natural landscapes of the Darling Range and John Forrest National Park. Enjoy the pleasures of time with family and friends, connecting with nature or simply appreciating the fresh air. Whether you explore the Trail by walking, running, jogging or riding, fulfil your appetite for activity by choosing from different sections, challenges and lengths. While on your journey, take in the romance of the rail era as you discover the history and character of the many charming settlements that evolved alongside the railway line, including Darlington, Parkerville and Mundaring. Railway Reserves Heritage Trail is accessible from many of the town sites within the Shire of Mundaring, a 40 minute drive east of Perth....

Mundaring

Mundaring, Mundaring WA 6073
Mundaring invites you into the heart of the hills to wander through some of Western Australia's oldest conservation areas, marvel at one of the world's great engineering feats, Mundaring Weir, or hit the epic Munda Biddi Bike Trail. An easy daytrip from Perth, just follow the Great Eastern Highway and you'll arrive in Mundaring within 40 minutes. From here, it's a leisurely drive through the forests to reach Mundaring Weir, engineered by C Y O'Connor in the 1890s to feed freshwater to the goldfields 560 kilometres to the east. To continue your historical journey, head for the original steam pumping station or follow the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail into the outback. Other adventures await at the start of the Munda Biddi BikeTrail, one of few places on Earth where you can cycle hundreds of kilometres off road through stunning biodiversity hotspots. There's also the Railway Heritage Trail that retraces the 70 kilometre Fremantle to York railway line, passing through Western Australia's first conservation area, John Forrest National Park, and revealing the unique history and character of the small settlements that sprang up along the railway line. The trail is suitable for walking, cycling and horse riding - a great way to experience the forests and bushland where native wildlife and spring wildflowers abound. An early morning walk in the cooler months can be a magical experience as the mist rises in the treetops. These are the sights that feed the souls of local artists who exhibit their works in the local galleries and Mundaring Community Sculpture Park. Lovers of landscaping can also wander through the creations of Mundaring's most gifted gardeners in spring and autumn, and on star-filled summer evenings the bush plays host to an array of cultural and music events, including the outdoor cinema. Spend the day sampling the Hill's fine wining and dining options, or stay and enjoy more of Mundaring's hospitality at a farmstay, cottage, hotel or bed and breakfast....
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Drummonds Camp at Avon Valley National Park

Avon Valley National Park, Mundaring WA 6073
Drummonds Camp is located in the stunning Avon Valley National Park. Close to jarrah, marri and powderbark forest, the valleys themselves are forested with wandoo, making for peaceful bushwalks through the area. It's also a great place to see a wide variety of wildflowers and birdlife in the Spring. The campground itself features tent sites, picnic tables, fire rings, toilets and water (untreated). It is suitable for tents and small caravans or camper trailers only. Campfires are usually permitted between 1 April and 30 November but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice. Bring your own firewood. Bookings cannot be made. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's ParkStay website....

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