the Heart of the Perth Hills!
Drop down a gear….
Enjoy a breath of fresh air and discover a whole new world in the heart of the hills, just 40 minutes from Perth.
Immerse yourself in nature. Walk or cycle some amazing trails, take a scenic drive through spectacular State forest, enjoy the region’s arts, history and culture, or simply throw down the picnic blanket and chill out in a secluded spot, tucked away from the world.
The Shire of Mundaring covers an area of 644 sq. km and one third of its total area is State Forest. Our villages are steeped in a rich history, closely linked by the old railway line that is now the fabulous Railway Reserves Heritage Trail stretching some 59kms through the shire. The amazing engineering feat that is the Mundaring Weir with the water pipeline to the Eastern Goldfields region is also here.
The Munda Biddi Trail is the longest off-road cycle trail of its’ kind in the world, covering over 1000km from the Trail Head in Mundaring Sculpture Park all the way to Albany in the South West. There are numerous other bush walks and cycle trails to explore. We have a terrific range of accommodation on offer; fine food at award winning restaurants, country taverns, wineries, arts and wildlife, plus a range of exciting events on the calendar, including the Darlington Arts Festival, held annually each October. The Shire is also home to beautiful Lake Leschenaultia, the Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuary and the Perth Hills Discovery Centre
Mundaring Visitor Centre
7225 Great Eastern Highway
Tel 9295 0202
The Mundaring Visitor Centre
The Mundaring Visitor Centre is open 7 days a week, Mon–Sat 9.30am–4.00pm and 10.00am-2.30pm Sundays and most Public Holidays* The centre is conveniently situated in the centre of Mundaring , sharing the old school house with the Shire’s District Museum. Ample parking is available.
We have a great range of free brochures on local walk and cycle trails and we sell Munda Biddi Trail and Bibbulmun Track maps, as well as a range of local products, gifts, cards and postcards, so do come in for a browse. Our friendly staff and volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge and look forward to welcoming you.
*Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday