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Serpentine National Park

Scrivener Road, Serpentine WA 6125
With beautiful waterfalls, bushwalking trails and an abundance of native wildlife, Serpentine National Park is an idyllic day-trip from Perth. Located on the Darling Scarp, Serpentine National Park is known for Serpentine Falls which cascade over a sheer granite face. The steep slopes of Serpentine River valley create a stunning landscape which is home to all kinds of birds and animals. Go bird watching and you could see as many as 70 different species of birds including red-capped parrots, western rosellas, red-tailed and white-tailed black-cockatoos, and yellow robins. Kangaroos, wallabies, possums and many other animals also call the park home. A 500 metre walk trail runs along the river and leads to the falls. There are barbecues, picnic areas, and public toilets available throughout the park which covers 4,300 hectares of land. Serpentine National Park is about an hour’s drive from Perth....

Mundella Foods

46 Randell Road, Mundijong WA 6123
Mundella Foods is a medium sized dairy processing business owned and operated by Anne and Peter Hector and a family of staff. They are located in Mundijong, about 45 minutes south of Perth. Their commitment is to quality and they have won many prizes for their products including gold medals and class winner's awards at the Perth Royal Show, Dairy Industry Association annual awards, and even Grand Champion Dairy award for Bounce drinking yoghurt. Mundella Foods is open for door sales at set times. Group bookings and tastings are available by appointment. ...

Mundijong

Mundijong, Mundijong WA 6123
Take a relaxing daytrip to historic Mundijong and the beautiful waterfalls, walking trails and forest hinterland of the Serpentine Jarrahdale district, where you'll find heritage towns nestled amid rolling pastures, orchards, farmland and wineries. From the bustle of Perth, it's just 40 minutes by car to Mundijong in the Darling Range. The town was established more than a century ago to service the needs of nearby timber mills. Today, it's an important centre for the local farming industry and an ideal base for exploring some of the region's breathtaking forest scenery, abundant native wildlife and walking trails, including the mighty Bibbulmun track, which stretches over 1,000 kilometres to Albany on the south coast. Head to nearby Serpentine National Park and Langford Park for a bushwalk, followed by a picnic or barbeque. Or visit Serpentine Dam, one of Perth's largest dams - another picturesque picnic spot, with a playground, toilets and café. Alternatively, explore the area's history and heritage buildings, some of which now operate as museums charting the European settler history. After sustaining the local Indigenous peoples for thousands of years, Mundijong and its surrounds became a popular destination for pioneering farmers, drawn to the region's fertile land and abundant fresh water. You can get a taste of modern country life at the tourist farm. Hunt for treasures in the local antique shops, browse for curios at collectibles stores, peruse the art and craft galleries, or indulge in morning or afternoon tea at a tea garden. If you're looking for a more substantial meal, take your pick from the many restaurants and taverns. Or, to extend your stay, book a night or three at a traditional bed and breakfast, or enjoy a less conventional stay in converted railway carriage accommodation....

Jarrahdale

Jarrahdale, Jarrahdale WA 6124
Sitting on the Darling Scarp, surrounded by forest, Jarrahdale was Western Australia's very first timber town. Today, its scenic woodlands, parks, rivers, orchards and vineyards offer a tranquil escape from modern city life, while its National Trust listed heritage gives you glimpses of a bygone country life. This very different world lies less than an hour's drive south east of Perth city, along the South Western Highway. You can also enter its forested hinterland, the Darling Ranges, along the Bibbulmun Track - one of the world's best long distance walking trails winding over 1000 kilometres through a vast corridor of green from Kalamunda in Perth, to Albany on the south west coast. Within a day, touring the region's many attractions, you can indulge your passion for nature, history, art, fine food and local wines. Or you can take it at a slower pace and just enjoy a traditional Australian family barbecue and bushwalk in one of many parks and dam reserves. One of Perth's biggest dams, the Serpentine, is a great picnic spot with a playground, toilets and even a casual dining café. Or head into Serpentine National Park to picnic and stroll among the pine trees at Gooralong Park. Nearby, the Pipehead Dam is equally picturesque, and Langford Park takes your outdoor adventure up a pace with mountain bike trails for beginners and advanced riders alike. Exploring Jarrahdale's scenic forests and fertile coastal plains, you'll retrace the steps of one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth. The local Noongar people lived a nomadic lifestyle in these landscapes for many thousands of years before being discovered by early European pioneers and settlers. Many restored timber cottages in the town reflect its early life as an agricultural community of the 1830s and thriving timber town of the 1870s. Some house intriguing museum collections, such as the Old Post Office. Others invite you into charming tea gardens, artist studios, antique stores and bed and breakfast accommodation. For something a little out of the ordinary, stay in a restored railway carriage, or go budget-wise with a family-friendly chalet....

Millbrook Winery

Old Chestnut Lane, Jarrahdale WA 6124
Millbrook Winery is a boutique winery situated in the historic town of Jarrahdale, just 50 minutes south-east of Perth and it located at picturesque Chestnut Farm, nestled among virgin jarrah forests, with stunning vistas of the rolling landscape. Millbrook Winery has been specifically designed for small-batch, quality wine production. The flagship ranges of wines produced under the Millbrook label are made from the very best fruit, predominantly estate grown. These wines are of superb quality and produced from small batches of individually styled fruit, which are only available in limited quantities. Our tasting room has a range of wines available either for tasting or purchase by the glass or bottle. To complement our fine wines, our innovative chef offers a delicious selection of modern Australian cuisine, or gourmet picnic baskets (available spring and summer), for your enjoyment. Our menu changes on a seasonal basis to take advantage of our local fresh produce, including marron and fruit from Chestnut Farm. Enjoy casual dining in the tranquillity and beauty of Millbrook, on our deck with sweeping views, or find your own picnic spot by the lake, or in the winter, just relax by the fire in our welcoming tasting room or restaurant. ...

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