Landforms, Soils and Vegetation

The City of Kalamunda has a rich diversity of natural environments made up of streams, wetlands, forests and woodlands, with a unique display of endemic flora and fauna, all on the City’s doorstep. Nearly three quarters of the City still remains as natural bushland, which the City is committed to preserving and enhancing.

The natural environment is comprised of following landform types:

Darling Plateau
Darling Scarp
Ridge Hill Shelf
Swan Coastal Plain
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