Week 5 : 2 - 8 November

Perth Hills Spring Festival

WEEK 5

Please note, whilst every effort has been taken to ensure details are accurate, these may change. Be sure to check with the event organiser of the relevant event for any updates or queries. We will continue to update the details as they come to hand and endeavour to publish the latest information as its provided. 

Freedom Fairies Annual Fairy Picnic

Saturday, 7 November TBC

Stirk Park, Kalamunda

Location:

6th Annual Fairies Spectacular picnic at Stirk Park. Free activities, arts & crafts, sensory play and more. 

Freedom Fairies

RSL Remembrance Day Concert

Sunday, 8 November

Stirk Park, Kalamunda

Location:

Annual Remembrance Day outdoor concert, hosted by Kalamunda RSL and supported by Bendigo Bank. 

RSL

Welcome to Country Performance & Sharing of Culture

Saturday, 7 November 11am - 1pm

Kalamunda Performance Arts Centre, 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

In celebration of NAIDOC week celebrations. Performance by Olman Walley from Boorloo and the Little Doorum Dancers |

Crafts & Story Telling

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Kalamunda Farmers Market

Every Sunday

Central Mall, Kalamunda

Location:

The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills.

Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce

0437 632 126

Calamunnda Camel Farm

Every Thursday & Friday 9am - 2pm | Saturday & Sunday 9am - 4pm

361 Paulls Valley Road
Kalamunda

Location:

Pay a visit to the Calamunnda Camel Farm in the beautiful Paulls Valley. 10% OFF any Camel Rides during the Perth Hills Spring Festival. 

Bookings essential for camel rides

Calamunnda Camel Farm

(08) 9293 1156

Kalamunda Artisan Markets

1st Saturday of every Month 8.30am - 2.00pm

Central Mall, Kalamunda

Location:

Perth's Premier Artisan Market! Shop, taste and explore the best of the Perth Hills region at the monthly market, showcasing hand made products and local West Australian produce.

Kalamunda Artisan Market

Spring Garden Party

7 November 2020

51 Carmel Road, Carmel 6076

Location:

Sparkling wine and oysters on arrival followed by a spring produce focused Cocktail Menu. Rose sangria and wine tastings of our 2020 vintages . DJ and garden games for entertainment. Dress to impress!

Cost: $75 a ticket

Fairbrossen Winery

(08) 9293 5594

Kanyana Nocturnal Tour

1st Friday | 2nd Saturday Monthly 7.00pm - 9.00pm

120 Gilchrist Road, Lesmurdie

Location:

Meet some amazing animals and passionate wildlife carers on this after-dark guided tour. Experience close encounters with native animals and visit our Wildlife Hospital. See the website to book. 


Bookings Required 

Cost: Adults $20, Seniors $15, Children $12, $55 Family (2A/2C)

Kanyana Wildlife

(08) 9291 3900

Exhibition: Always Was, Always Will Be

Sunday, 8 November - Sunday, 15 November

Zig Zag Gallery, 50 Railway Road,
Kalamunda

Location:

Showcasing and celebrating Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander artists works. The landmark exhibition is based on works submitted to the theme Always Was, Always Will Be.

Exhibition Opening is scheduled for Sunday, 8 November 

Gallery Opening hours: 9–4 weekdays; 10–4 weekends

Zig Zag Gallery

(08) 9257 9998

Perth Observatory Night Sky Tour

Throughout October & November

337 Walnut Road, Bickley

Location:

Experience the amazing night sky through a wide range of telescopes. You will be taken on a grand tour of the most stunning objects in the Southern Hemisphere including nebulas, planets the Moon and star clusters. 

Perth Observatory

(08) 9293 8255

Morning Music: Country Legends

Wednesday, 4 November 10.15am

Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre, 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

Zalia Joi and Brendan Gaspari bring to you that special magic of country songs that inspire audiences all over.Playing with guitar, banjolele and ukelele they stay true to the Country Legends who who have touch and moved our heart and souls.

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 2558

Wild Flower Christmas Wreath Workshop

Various

Shop 13 Barberry Square Shopping Centre, 25 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

Workshop Dates: 

Saturday, 17 October | Wednesday, 21 October 

Wednesday, 4 November | Saturday, 14 November | Wednesday, 18 November

Workshop Times:

Wednesday: 6pm - 9pm | Saturday: 1pm - 3pm

We all need a bit of Christmas cheer! In this workshop you will be guided to construct your own handmade Christmas Wreath. Using wire techniques and florals that dry beautifully, you will be able to hang your wreath when Christmas season rolls around!

Bookings required

Cost: $120 p/person

WildSeasons Flowers

(08) 9293 2817

Bindi Bindi Dreaming Cooking

Saturday, 7 November 12 noon - 2pm

Kalamunda Performance Arts Centre Kitchen, 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

Bindi Bindi Dreaming was first established due to the high demand of people from all walks of life wanting to know and understand Aboriginal culture.

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Cultural Walk with Neville Collard

Sunday, 8 November 10am - 12noon

Falls Road, Lesmurdie

Location:

Meet at the main carpark, Falls Road, Lesmurdie. Join Aboriginal Elder, Neville Collard, at Lesmurdie Falls to hear the fascinating stories of the Noongar peoples as they moved through the hills, how they communicated, how they lived and the significance of this location to them.
🌼Meet Neville at Lesmurdie Falls car park.
🌼The return walk will be between 1.5-2km.
🌼Terrain is easy going.
🌼Grade 2 walk – no wheelchair access.

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

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