The Kalamunda History Village is a museum depicting the unique hills life and industries in the early years. It’s situated in the heart of Kalamunda, in the Darling Ranges of Perth, Western Australia.
Nestled amongst the trees, the Kalamunda History Village boasts two original station buildings (listed by National Trust), seven heritage buildings dating from 1895 and three purpose built buildings.
The human endeavour of timber cutting, orcharding, quarrying, transportation, services and life are presented in reality. These evocative displays are interactive and will fascinate all ages.
Senior groups and special interest groups can enjoy a guided tour, have a guess at the mystery item, hold a quiz or finish with a sing-a-long to old gramophone records. Bring your own morning tea and enjoy a break among the trees. Free entry for carers when accompanying a group.
During the mid-year school holidays they hold an exciting hands on program for children. Numbers are restricted and bookings are essential. For further information call (08) 9293 1371.
The Kalamunda History Village is managed by the Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society. Their members are all volunteers and are constantly working in the Village to maintain, collect and preserve to make your visit enjoyable.