Spring is a great reason to visit the Perth Hills, and there are plenty more great reasons this month as the Perth Hills Spring Festival bursts into life throughout October.
The festival features nearly 50 events for all the family and here’s our top picks from the festival program that you just can’t miss!
Some of the highlights are:
FREE FESTIVAL FUN
Kalamunda Artisan Markets – 7 October
Kalamunda Open Studios – 8 October
Kalamunda Night Market – 20 October
Outdoor Movies in Stirk Park – 20 & 21 October
Various environmental talks, open gardens and art & photography exhibitions
FOOD & WINE EVENTS
October Feast at Core Cider House – Every Weekend
Live music and woodfired pizzas at Plume Estate – Every Sunday
Sounds of Summer at Fairbrossen Estate – 7 October
Budburst Spring Fair at Myattsfield Estate – 8 October
Blossom and Cider Festival at Carmel Cider – 14 & 15 October
Asparagus Lunch and Dinners at the Bickley Asparagus Farm – 20, 21 & 22 October
Beer Festival at Masonmill Gardens – 28 & 29 October
Long Table Asparagus Lunch at Hainault Vineyard – 29 October
SOMETHING FOR THE KIDS
Free activities each weekend in Kalamunda such as face painting, making fairy crowns, mural painting and art battles
Tours & School Holiday Fun at Kanyana – Various dates
Spring has Sprung at Elevated Grounds Café – Every Sunday
Kalamunda History Village FREE entry – 1 & 28 October
Annual Fairies Picnic – 28 October
There’s something for everyone so check out the program and make sure you book your spot for the ticketed events and tours as they are proving popular already!
Want more details? Chat through your plans to visit the hills, pick up maps and tips on where to go at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre at 50 Railway Road, Kalamunda or call on 08 9257 9998.
Alternatively, download the full program off our website.
More Spring fun There’s also the Spring into Armadale festival happening right through until the end of November which includes the ever-popular Tulip festival at Araleun Botanic Park, Armadale Open Studios, The Highland Gathering and Perth Kilt Run.