A romantic rural escape set in idyllic native bush, just 30 minutes from the city of Perth.
A rugged outdoor playground for adrenalin fuelled adventures, stretching from the heights of the Darling Range to the rolling dales and valleys below.
A bustling shopping, cultural and arts hub where markets promise everything, from fresh local produce to antique treasures.
An undiscovered food and wind region as rich in Noongar lore and settler heritage as it is quirky traditions and popular family-friendly events.
The Armadale and Perth Hills region is all this and more
Visit the historic sites; wander in pathways of the past, check out the museums including the Bert Tyler Vintage Machinery Museum at the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre. Cuddle a Koala at Cohunu Koala Park, taste delicious fresh fruit from orchards in the hills of Roleystone and experience the marsupials, birds and reptiles of Australia at the Reptile & Wildlife Centre.
The city is the home of events: Australia Day celebrations and fireworks, the Highland Gathering and Perth Kilt Run, Kelmscott Show, the Armadale Arts Festival, Open Studio Trails and much more.
Call into the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre where they offer:
- Free accommodation and tour booking service,
- Extensive range of free local and intrastate information and brochures,
- Good quality customer service and knowledge,
- Excellent locally made products and unique gifts.
Saturday and Sunday: 9am to 2pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Easter Friday.