Zig Zag Cultural Centre Kalamunda

The Zig Zag Cultural Centre is found right between the Kalamunda Library and the Kalamunda History Museum. If you want to find out more about what the beautiful Perth Hills has to offer, enjoy some local art or a top-notch brunch, you can do it all at the Zig Zag Cultural Centre.


Zig Zag Gallery

The Zig Zag Gallery is a must stop for art lovers. Their ever-changing line up of exhibitions and featured artists at the boutique gallery makes for an interesting visit each time.

Visitors can enjoy a vast range of art, created in so many different mediums – oil paintings, glass, ceramics and more.


Perth Hills Visitor Centre

Here you can get local knowledge on the best of what the Perth Hills has to offer – bushwalking, markets, wildflowers, waterfalls, views, art galleries, vineyards, restaurants, cafes and more. If you’re on the lookout to buy something a bit different, there are lots of giftware and local souvenirs to purchase.


Mason and Bird Café

Feeling like something delicious? One of the very best cafes in the hills, Mason & Bird, is found here. The modern café, which is filled with lots of beautiful timber furniture, has a tasty menu, good quality coffee and excellent food. Read my review on Mason and Bird here.

The Wagon

Just around the corner you’ll find the quaintest little gallery you’ll ever see. In “The Wagon”, an old converted train carriage, you’ll find a huge range of locally made arts and crafts.

Here there’s an Aladdin’s cave full of treasures to buy, using a whole lot of techniques like knitting, woodwork, and lots more.


The Details

Address: 50 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Phone: 9257 9998
Website: www.zzcc.com.au
Disabled Access: Yes, there is disabled parking and toilets.
Distance from Car Parking area: There is a car park next to the Library.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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  1. […] I love the village feel of Kalamunda. The small town is full of cafes, gift shops, second hand bookshops and more. Stroll around the shops and visit the Zig Zag Cultural centre. This is where the information centre is located – handy if you’re not familiar with the area. Read the Seniorocity review on the Zig Zag Cutural Centre here. […]

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