Attractions & Tours

There are a number of additional attractions within each of the 4 wine touring routes to round out your day in the region, heritage sites, art galleries, natural attractions and more.

There are suggested self drive itineraries within this site but if you would like to take the hassle out of driving yourself why not consider taking an organised tour.

Mundaring Arts Centre

The Mundaring Arts Centre is situated in the heart of the creative, hills community of Mundaring, only 40 minutes north east from the Perth CBD. We champion local Western Australian artists and crafts people by promoting and exhibiting their work, fostering and advocating their inclusion in the activities and cultural development of the Mundaring Shire, Eastern Metro Region and the State of Western Australia.

We aim to nurture the growth of an interactive arts environment in the Shire of Mundaring. An environment that expresses promotes and values the arts and culture as an integral to the well being and life of our unique community.

We develop, promote and produce high quality visual arts and crafts through a range of arts access and education programs in our 'B' class Gallery, Gift Shop, Studio and through community activities and events.

7190 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring
Ph: 9295 3991

Gallery Hours are 10am- 5pm weekdays and 11am - 3pm weekends, closed public holidays

Perth Hills Wine Tours

Starting life as Hills Heritage Tours & Charters the company been a part of the Perth Hills destination scene since 2004 and was initially formed to run tours of parts of the region that were relatively new to tourism such as the Bickley and Carmel Valleys. The company quickly broadened its sphere of operations to include tours covering the whole Perth Hills Region from the Chittering Valley in the north, to Jarrahdale in the south, Mundaring and Kalamunda to the east.

Complementing the recent development and expansion of existing boutique vineyards to include wine tasting / sales and catering facilities, a subsidiary of the company, Perth Hills Wine Tours was formed. Catering for the growing demand to sample the Region's beautiful scenery, serene hills retreats, fine, award-winning wine and delicious gourmet cuisine, the company now offers regular tours incorporating vineyards, cafes, garden centres, town-sites, historical sites, scenic outlooks and much more.

WA Wine Tours also provides corporate transport; private charter and taxi services, air/rail/bus terminal transfers and special events transport services, as well as long distance day/overnight tours.

WA Wine Tours – 1300 765 665

The CORE Cider House

Unwind at The CORE Cider House and experience WA's finest cider, Bio-Dynamically produced wine, coffee and scrumptious lunches whilst viewing the orchard in all its magnificence from the grand deck."

A comment from a fan: "I'm from North Devon - cider country. I've been here for 20 years and waiting all that time for a cider this good!" (John from Freo)

35 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook
Ph: 9467 8595

For more tourist information please contact one of the regional visitor centres:

Armadale Visitor Centre
40 Jull Road, Armadale
Ph: 9497 3543

Mundaring Visitor Centre
7225 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring
Ph: 9295 0202

Perth Hills Visitor Centre
50 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Ph: 9257 9998

Kalamunda History Village

Kalamunda History Village is the largest folk museum in Western Australia depicting the early years of life in the Perth Hills and the industries that developed in the area.

Stand in the old Upper Darling Range Railway Station built in the 1890s and imagine the trains transporting timber on the Zig Zag line from Canning Mills to the main line at Midland Junction. Then turn back the clock as you enter the School House, queue in the Post Office, grade fruit in the Orchard Shed and even visit the Dunny!

56 Railway Road, Kalamunda. Purchase tickets at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre in the Zig Zag Cultural Centre, next door at 50 Railway Road.

Zig Zag Gallery 

Housed in the architect-designed Zig Zag Cultural Centre, the light-filled and airy Zig Zag Gallery is the perfect showcase for local and regional cultural activities through its ever-changing exhibition programme. 

Artworks from emerging and professional artists feature strongly.  The 2014 programme has included artists Helen Norton, Dan Sheridan and Joel Smoker as well as representing all genres from print and multi-media through to photography and sculpture.

50 Railway Road, Kalamunda.