Welcome to Gaada-Moorn-Da Katamunda

Up For Down Time?

Nestled along the Darling Scarp and stretching from Gidgegannup in the north to Serpentine Jarrahdale in the south, the charming villages and townships that make up the Hills region are just a 30 minute drive from the Perth CBD.

Escape to acres of idyllic Darling Range native bushland for adrenaline-fueled adventures or peaceful contemplation amongst the jarrah, marri, and wandoo forests.

Visit the lush valleys of award-winning boutique wineries and cideries, shop at bustling markets for farm fresh produce, discover quirky traditions and enjoy popular family friendly events.

Rich in settler heritage and Noongar lore, the Perth Hills region is something you have to experience for yourself. Why not start with with your closest Visitor Centre?

School Holiday Fun

The Perth Hills aren’t short of options for keeping the kids busy and entertained this school holidays! From horse riding to art and craft classes, and concerts to playing in the mud, the Perth Hills has something for every kid!


Winter is a perfect time of year to visit the Perth Hills. The waterfalls and creeks are flowing, and some winter wildflowers are starting to appear. The bush is rejuvenated after winter rain. Pubs, cafes, and restaurants have cranked up their fireplaces and woodburning heaters, and winter warmers are on the menu. So why not grab your warmest coat, beanie, and gloves, and head up the hill for some refreshing outdoor time, a delicious meal in a picturesque venue, or even to enjoy a visit to a market, a historic attraction, or just to take in a magnificent view. The Perth Hills – lovely all year round, but a little bit special in winter.

Want more ideas and inspo on things to do in the Perth Hills?

Explore the Region

Welcome to Gaada-moorn-da Katamunda

also known as the beautiful Perth Hills

 The Perth Hills Tourism Alliance (PHTA) acknowledge the Noongar people of the “boodja”, the land on which we stand, work and play.

We acknowledge the Aboriginal people as the First Nation People and their connection to the lands and the waters, as they are part of them spiritually and culturally.

We acknowledge their ancestors, the Elders past and present, who have led the way for us to follow in their footsteps and the emerging leaders of today and tomorrow.