Kalamunda History Village: Perth Hills – 50th Anniversary

KDHS is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary with a comprehensive display reflecting the work done by volunteers in the History Village since 1969. Also, on display is the district's important timber industry from 1860s. Children's activities are available in school holidays & weekends during the Festival.

Kalamunda & Districts Historical Society is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary this year. In the 1921 Post Office, there is a comprehensive display of work completed by volunteers over the years, repairing and renovating buildings, as the Kalamunda History Village grew from a solitary railway station in 1969 to the Village of fourteen buildings today. A walk around the village will take you back in time beginning with McCullagh Cottage of 1898 to the modern Memorial Building celebrating the life of pioneer families, their occupations and a display of their vehicles. The timber industry was important in the growth of Kalamunda with displays around the Village reflecting this during the Festival.

Maps and information will aid visitors understand how 50years of KDHS has reflected the growth of Kalamunda town site and the timber industry.

Also, during the school holidays and weekends there will be special activities for children to enjoy exploring the Village.

Group visits by appointment.

Event dates

Event Details

Kalamunda History Village, 56 Railway Road, Kalamunda, Western Australia

Perth Hills Visitors Center (payment and entrance)


Monday to Friday; 10am to 3pm
Saturday & Sunday; 10am to 4pm

Entry fees:
Adults $8, Children $4, Concession $6
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Ramps to all buildings