The Kalamunda History Village is a museum depicting the unique hills life and industries in the early years. Itís 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....
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....
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....
Tibooburra B and B Kalamunda is magnificently located on the Kalamunda escarpment of the Perth Hills overlooking the city with views all the way to the Rottnest lighthouse.
They are 15 minutes from the domestic airport and 10 minutes from the international terminals, 25 minutes from Perth central business district, and 40 minutes from Fremantle.
Tibooburra means 'place of many granite rocks'. The hillside gardens are beautifully landscaped with West Australian native plants and terraced with many granite rocks. Blended also within the beauty of the garden, is innovative quirky garden art, all complimented with breathtaking views over Perth City and Perth Airport. You can watch the planes landing and taking off without the noise, as well as enjoying the busy little honey eaters feeding from the several varieties of grevillea shrubs in the foreground of this lovely garden.
There is so much to see up here at Tibooburra! ...