The Seniorocity Guide to Perth Hills:
Our Seniorocity guide has you covered ideas for visiting Perth Hills. Find Perth attractions, including historic and natural locations, restaurants, markets and much more!
For instance, why not head to a restaurant with a cozy open fire? The Parkeville Tavern, for example. Inside this historic pub, there’s a lovely dining area with roaring wood fire. Outside, there’s a huge beer garden for basking in the sunshine. Embers is famous in the hills for its wood fired pizzas. This Gooseberry Hill eatery has the fires roaring on a cold winter’s morning for the early risers too. The Naked Apple Cider House has not one, but three log fires! Enjoy a mulled cider over some delicious food.
If markets are more your thing, there are a few options in the Perth Hills. For example, why not go shopping at the Perth Hills Artisan Market. Discover gorgeous handmade fashion and accessories, jewellery, one of a kind homewares and decor and more. Similarly, Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills. The Market operates every Sunday morning in the Central Mall, Kalamunda.
On the other hand, if you want to bask in nature, the hills region is brimming with nature beauty. Lake Leschenaultia is a picturesque spot for a day trip about a 50 minute drive from Perth’s CBD. The calm waters of the man-made lake make it the ideal spot for small children to paddle in. A great sport for the grandchildren. This is also a pontoon to swim to for the more adventurous. Similarly, A trip to Mundaring Weir isn’t complete without a stroll along the top of the dam wall. There are car parks on both sides, for easy access. There’s usually an ice cream van or coffee truck located at the south side.
All these Perth Hills locations are listed with reviews, photos and more in our Seniorocity guide. Check it out and enjoy a wonderful day in the hills today!