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We picked up a leaflet for the historical village whilst visiting family in Perth so took the drive out.
The village is in a lovely setting high in the hills of Perth heavily surrounded by woodland.
The village itself comprises of a number of historic...More
This historic village is fantastic for family with little kids.
It has original classrooms from the early days and usually have activities for the children over school holidays.
Staff are very knowledgeable about the local history and very friendly and helpful.
Further to my earlier review on the market, you can also pick up maps from info counter nearby to check out all the wineries and nice restaurants. We had lunch at Core Cider. They had the best ciders in different flavours.
We had the pork...More
We were pleasantly surprised - first the cost only $5.00 each for concession, the staff were very friendly and helpful and told us so much about the village. We spent several hours browsing all around, it's so well kept with lots of information, we had...More
At only 10 dollars a visit for concessions well worth a visit. 19 old buildings and ancillary equipment give a great insight into the history or the area. Well preserved and with numerous information sources , very helpful visitor centre adjoins plus ample toilet facilities....More
Looking to keep the kids entertained for the morning. Both were free (under 6). $7 entry for adults. Had a good selection of local history (settler onward). Self walking tour so able to wander at your own pace. Would recommend for those with younger children!
We have visited the Kalmunda History Village a number of times with our grandchildren and it's always fun and ineresting.
An engine similar to those used to pull the trains on the Zig Zag Railway is on display in front of the station.