Week 5

3 - 12 November 2023

Lesmurdie Falls Sunset & Sparkling Hike

Friday 3 November 6.15pm

Ignite your senses and calm your mind by experiencing the magic of Lesmurdie Falls during sunset, dusk then darkness! As we lead you on a 4km hike you will witness the Perth City skyline and surrounding valley of Mundy Regional Park transition from an outstandingly scenic wonderland of things to see to a utopia of sounds and scents. Complete this with a glass of bubbles and some delicious cheese and artisan crackers, lots of smiles and a guaranteed good time.

Bookings Essential
Adult $45
Child $25

Off the Beaten Track
Web: offthebeatentrackwa.com.au
Meeting point: Lesmurdie Falls, Falls Road, Main Car Park

Ultimate Perth Hills Wine, Gin & Cider Tours

Saturday 4 November 9.40am

Graze and sip your way through FIVE amazing venues on the Bickley Valley Wine Trail on this small group guided tour. Meet the winemakers, distiller and locals, taste premium wines, award-winning Gin, artisan Cider and gourmet produce. All tastings and lunch included. Pickup/drop off at Perth City, Crown or Lesmurdie.

Up Close and Local Tours
Email: hello@upcloseandlocaltours.com.au

Bickley Valley Wine, Gin & Cider Tours

Saturday 4 November 10.00am

Spoil yourself and spend a delightful day out in the Perth Hills tasting quality wine, gin and cider whilst revelling in the visual beauty of the Bickley and Carmel Valley. 

Visit two wineries, one gin distillery and a cider house tucked away amongst vineyards and orchards in the picturesque Perth Hills. We take you to the best hidden gems on the Bickley Valley Wine, Gin and Cider Tour. 

Bookings essential
Tickets $155 plus booking fee

Hidden deTours
Email: info​@hiddendetours.com.au | Phone: 0437 050 252
Address: various venues

Fred Smith: Sparrows of Kabul

Saturday 4 November 7.30pm

Great songs, vivid images and some cheeky Aussie humour combine to offer a vivid account of Australia’s Afghanistan story told through the eyes of someone who was there.

Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre
Email: performingarts@kalamunda.wa.gov.au | Phone: 9257 2558
Address: 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Make Your Own: Wine Blending Tour

Sunday 5 November 10.15am (Departs City 9.30am)

Get a taste of what its like to be a winemaker! Go behind the scenes on this ‘hands – on’ wine tour where you will take to the blending bench to create a bottle of your own signature blend alongside the winemakers. Full day tour including lunch, workshop and wine tastings. Pickup/drop off at Perth City, Crown or Lesmurdie.

Bookings essential
Tickets $199

Up Close and Local Tours
Email: hello@upcloseandlocaltours.com.au
Address: Various venues

Perspectives on Provenance

Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November 10.00am - 4.00pm

Indulge your senses in a captivating fusion of art and wine at "Perspectives on Provenance", an exhibition by Italian-born artist, Silvia Busetto (www.shionart.it)

With Tonon Vineyard & Winery as a picturesque backdrop, let Silvia’s evocative water colours transport you to the rustic landscapes and timeless vignettes of her beloved homeland whilst tasting the estate grown artisan wines produced by award-winning winemaker, Dan Tonon.

Join us in celebrating this rich tapestry of culture, both on canvas and in the glass.

FREE ENTRY (For groups of 5+ people bookings are essential and tasting fees apply)

Tonon Vineyard & Winery
Web: Tonon Vineyard & Winery (tononwines.com.au)
Address: 44 Carmel Road, Carmel Western Australia 6076

Heritage of Bickley Valley Guided Hike

Sunday 12 November 8.00am - 10.00am

A 7km guided hike exploring Australia’s pioneer heritage through the Mason & Bird Trail.
The hike trail combines the New Victoria DamWalk Trail with the Mason & Bird Heritage Trail and explores Australia'spioneer heritage through the Korung National Park.   From Australia'

Bookings essential
Adult $39
Concession $19
Family $99

Hike Collective
Website: hikecollective.com.au
Meeting place: Car park Masonmill Road, Bickley Valley

NRPG Forest Festival

Sunday 12 November 12.00pm - 84.00pm

Taking advantage of the spectacular forest scenery at Jorgensen Park, the Nature Reserves Preservation Group will for the second year present a huge range of folkcraft stalls, food vans and fun kids activities, in a celebration of the City's amazing forests. And this year, there will be a schools art exhibition, a running talk on local wildlife and an interactive display with Kanyana in the Mirda-Yoont room of the Kalamunda Community Centre entertainment, music &dancing from the "Boorloo Little Doorum Dancers" group and to cap it all off the Eco Fairies will be on hand to keep the kids entertained.


Web: The Forest Festival - Experience Perth Hills
Address: Kalamunda Community Centre, Jorgensen Park, Kalamunda


Sunday 12 November 2.00pm - 3.00pm

Toe-tapping swing, breakneck gypsy classics, wistful French ballads and re-worked jazz standards in a vibrant and engaging mix of acoustic music, all performed with the dazzling virtuosity and passion that is intrinsic to the gypsy jazz tradition.

Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre
Email: performingarts@kalamunda.wa.gov.au | Phone: 9257 2558
Address: 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Please note, whilst every effort has been taken to ensure details are accurate, these may change. Be sure to check with the event organiser of the relevant event for any updates or queries. We will continue to update the details as they come to hand and endeavour to publish the latest information as its provided.

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