Heritage Walk Trails
Explore Kalamunda's fascinating history and heritage through our Kalamunda Town Centre Heritage Walk Trails.
These leisurely, self-guided walks highlight the buildings and sites of the Kalamunda township and reveal the fascinating hidden histories of this area.
Some of the sites include Stirk Cottage, which was the first permanent dwelling in Kalamunda built in 1881, and the Lesser Hall, which was the first brick building and provided a meeting place for isolated early residents.
Via the app, access extended content including slideshow images showing the way the area has changed over time. Hear the authentic voices of people who lived and worked in Kalamunda. They share their memories through short audio clips you listen to as you walk around town.
Immerse yourself in the history of Kalamunda in the days of thriving timber, orchard and guest house industries!
Download the printed pamphlet and map
Download the App
Listen to a sample of one of the voices on the tour
There is free WiFi available at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre or Kalamunda Library. Alternatively, many of our local cafés offer WiFi to customers. Why not start your trail with a refreshment while you read the brief history of Kalamunda, which is accessible once you download the tour.
Please ensure you stay hydrated and have adequate sun protection during your walk. We hope you enjoy the tour.
Brochures available at:
Perth Hills Visitor Centre (located in the Zig Zag Cultural Centre, 50 Railway Road, Kalamunda)
Kalamunda History Village (Railway Road, Kalamunda)
City of Kalamunda Administration
Download the e-brochure and map:
This project has been a collaboration with the City of Kalamunda.