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Kalamunda History Village

The Kalamunda History Village is the largest open air museum in WA. It sits on the site of the Zig Zag Train Line, built to transport timber from Canning Mills to the main line at Midland Junction. The original station buildings are still in place and, along with the station platform, are on the National Trust List of Heritage Places.

The Village features other heritage buildings which have been moved to the site from their original Hills’ locations, and faithfully decorated to represent early Hills’ life. A visit to the school house, blacksmith’s shop, corner shop, and post office will take you back in time!

Climb aboard a fully restored locomotive, old school bus, and vintage fire engine! Watch the old-style fruit grading machine in action.

There’s so much to see and do at the Kalamunda History Village.

Purchase your tickets at the Perth Hills Kalamunda Visitor Centre. For further information, visit the website.

Please note that dogs are not permitted in the Village, with the exception of assistance dogs.

Kalamunda History Village