Located just 40-minutes south east of the Perth CBD, nestled amongst scenic parks, undulating hills and picturesque valleys, with cultural heritage and a unique community feel – is the modern City of Armadale. Situated within the foothills of Perth, Western Australia and on the outskirts of several regional and national parks, Armadale is the perfect escape for outdoor explorers. Or for those wishing to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and get better acquainted with nature, history, and humble community attractions.
The Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre provides information on upcoming events, tours, attractions, accommodation, restaurants, tourist venues and natural sights in the region. Our friendly team are readily available to provide you with key information, helpful advice, answer any questions you may have as well as take care of all your bookings.
Places to visit in Armadale
Start the day with a bushwalk through Araluen Botanic Park or a hike up the Gorge & Wungong Regional Park. After you’ve taken in the expansive views from the top of Wungong Gorge, make use of the recreation and BBQ facilities by tucking into a pre-packed picnic at nearby Wungong Dam. Spend the afternoon on the green at Araluen golf resort or visit Cohunu Koala Park to cuddle a koala and make friends with Aussie animals. If you’ve timed your day trip from Perth well, you can spend the day wandering one of the many seasonal farmers markets or indulging your taste buds at a local restaurant.