Enjoy this spectacular expanse of water lying in the peaceful Helena River Valley. Mundaring Weir provides the water for ... More
Enjoy this spectacular expanse of water lying in the peaceful Helena River Valley. Mundaring Weir provides the water for farms, mines and towns inland as far afield as Kalgoorlie. The pristine beauty of the weir has made it a popular spot to visit. Rolling lawns and natural bush surround the weir and it is along the route of the Bibbulmum Track . The weir is a wonderful day's walk from the track's starting point at Kalamunda. There is a history museum on site, the C.Y. O'Connor Museum, named after the engineer who masterminded the original water pipeline.
the pub lunch is really value for money and the bird life is fantastic at the pub, we saw a blue tongue lizzard and the 28's kept us entertained all arvo, the walks are exhuasting so if you have weak knees be carefull but overall excellent time
I went on a school trip to Mundaring Weir and I enjoyed it. Unfortunately I was too young to relax - I couldn't wait to get back to the City lifestyle! All in all it was well worth it.
I will go back one day, just for another chance to look down the Weir and view the loooong way down!
The Perth Mosque is conveniently located in the busy Northbridge , an area famous for its restaurants and cafes. The
mosque was extensively renovated in the late 1990s and its white Middle Eastern architecture is especially well suited to ...
A favorite with outdoor enthusiasts, this is one of the longest walking tracks in Australia. It stretches 598.38 miles (963
kilometres) from Kalamunda to Albany. The track winds and climbs through spectacular scenery including Jarrah and Karri forests unique ...
Climb aboard a wooden replica tram that resembles the first trams to operate in Perth. Friendly drivers provide a commentary
as the tram passes by historic points of interest, like Barracks Archway . The journey travels to Kings Park ...