City Reveals Bumper Perth Hills Spring Festival Program
The City of Kalamunda proudly announces the 2023 Perth Hills Spring Festival program, highlighting all the beauty and diversity the Perth Hills region has to offer.
This year's program, running until Sunday 12 November, delivers a myriad of exciting activities and experiences for locals and visitors alike.
A/CEO Gary Ticehurst said the 2023 program is a testament to the vibrancy and creativity of our region.
“We have carefully curated a diverse program that invites people of all ages to experience the natural beauty, culture, and unique offerings of the Perth Hills. This festival is a showcase of the rich tapestry of our community and an opportunity to celebrate the arrival of spring,” he said.
The program is nothing short of spectacular, featuring a range of activities, from winery tours to art exhibitions, hiking adventures, and family-friendly events. Visitors can explore the stunning Zanthorrea Nursery Display Gardens, indulge in fresh produce and handcrafted items at the Kalamunda Farmers' Market, take a step back in time at the Kalamunda History Village, or gaze at the stars during Perth Observatory Night Sky Tours.
For wine enthusiasts, there are tours of local wineries, while art lovers can immerse themselves in the Zig Zag Gallery's spring exhibitions, showcasing local artists and embroidery masterpieces.
"Spring is a season of renewal and the Perth Hills Spring Festival encapsulates that spirit," Mr. Ticehurst said. "It's an invitation to explore, learn, and appreciate the rich tapestry of our region. We encourage everyone to join us and celebrate this extraordinary season together."
The festival also features community events, including the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall's Artisan Market and the spooky Halloween Night Sky Tour at the Perth Observatory. There's truly something for everyone in this program.
The Perth Hills Spring Festival is a testament to the City of Kalamunda's commitment to fostering community spirit, supporting local businesses, and promoting the region's stunning landscapes.
We invite all to come and enjoy the magic of spring in the Perth Hills. Whether you're interested in food, wine, markets, music, gardening, photography, art, or simply enjoying the great outdoors, this festival has it all.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.