Tourism

Shire of Mundaring manages the Mundaring Visitor Centre, which plays a key role in promoting tourism and businesses within the Hills region.

One third of the Shire is classified as State Forest with a bountiful selection of trails to enjoy including six of the State's Top Trails. The Railway Reserves Heritage Trail stretches 59kms through the Shire linking the charming villages that evolved alongside the old railway line. 

Other attractions to discover include charismatic restaurants, cafes and boutique wineries, open-air markets, art galleries, outdoor concerts and heritage-listed hotels, inns and taverns oozing with country charm. Idyllic picnic spots at Lake Leschenaultia, John Forrest and Beelu National Parks, plus many nature-based activities can complete your Hills experience.

 

Mundaring Visitor Centre
7225 Great Eastern Highway
Mundaring

The opening hours are:      Monday to Saturday                           9.30am to 4pm
                                           Sunday and most public holidays*     10am to 2.30pm
                                               

*Mundaring Visitor Centre is closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday.


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Mundaring Visitor Centre
9290 6645 
E: visitorcentre@mundaring.wa.gov.au

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