Just 40 minutes from Perth, Mundaring is a place where you can immerse yourself in nature. Walk or cycle some amazing trails or take a scenic drive through national parks including John Forrest National Park. You can also enjoy the region’s arts, history and culture, or simply throw down the picnic blanket in a secluded spot.
Shire of Mundaring covers an area of 644sqkm, with one-third of its total area being state forest. Our villages are steeped in a rich history, closely linked by the old railway line that is now the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail. The amazing engineering feat that is the Mundaring Weir is a popular tourist destination and picnic spot.
The Munda Biddi Trail is the longest off-road cycle trail of its kind in the world, covering more than 1000km from the trail head in Mundaring Community Sculpture Park to Albany in the South West.
There is a terrific variety of accommodation, award winning restaurants, country taverns, boutique wineries, arts, wildlife, plus a range of exciting events. The shire is also home to beautiful Lake Leschenaultia, the Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuary and Perth Hills Discovery Centre.