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Zig Zag Scenic Drive

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October 08, 2018
one of the most beautiful scenery drives in perth must see
Adrian And Pip
Adrian And Pip
September 03, 2018
Amazing views over to the city. Once the old logging railway route.
VIP Stays
VIP Stays
August 18, 2018
awesome scenery drive with superb night view over the city not many people know about abit of a drive from city but worth it, tight road up the hill drive safe
February 19, 2018
Wonderful views and thrilling drive.
January 12, 2018
The Zig Zag Scenic Drive was originally a section of railway line built to transport timber from the top of the escarpment down to the commercial centre of Midland. The line was laid in 1903, and required a series of switching points, known as Zig Zags, to shunt trains up and down the steep…

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Jewelry Store
“Large shopping area with food court, cafes and numerous larger stores and shops. Free Parking. Late night Shopping Thursday”
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Travel Agency
“Everything you need to know about this area can be found at the Zig Zag Cultural Centre. Helpful staff have the knowledge to direct you to where you want to go, or to offer insight into the history of the area. They also have a great collection of artwork to admire.”
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“Lovely area to visit, there are scenic walks drive, picnic areas and the mundaring Weir Pub is close by too. Consider taking your push bikes for an alternate to walking.”
  • Consigliato da 17 persone del luogo
“State Heritage-listed Perth Observatory is a unique education facility and tourist attraction where science and history come to life in beautiful State forest. It is one of WA’s oldest tourist attractions and an iconic State institution, established in 1896 just before the Commonwealth of Australia was founded. Perth Observatory hosts over 200 events annually including telescope viewings, heritage tours, school programs, star adoptions, public lectures, community events, Aboriginal-led tours and global astronomy. The Observatory was recognised recently as Finalist in the Premier’s Science Awards (Chevron Science Engagement), Finalist in the Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards (Tourist Attraction) and Winner of the Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce Tourism Business of the Year. Perth Observatory’s status as a key tourist attraction is fast being cemented, particularly with renewed focus on the Australian Space Age. The Observatory offers experiences not available elsewhere and its extensive 120-year history has resulted in a heritage collection identified in by the National Library of Australia as “unique in Australia” and of “national and international significance”. Perth Observatory’s survival is testament to the power of community to save and showcase the site. This former State Government Observatory is now managed by the Perth Observatory Volunteer Group (POVG), comprising almost 120 volunteers ranging from 18 to mid-80s, who last year contributed over 20,000 hours to the Observatory’s success. Perth Observatory has an ambitious future. A recently awarded Lotterywest grant of $958,890 will establish a “Living Museum of Science and Technology”; heritage clocks will be set in motion, the museum redeveloped, photographic plates digitised, tales of scientific discovery captured, disability access improved, and interpretative signage shared. A dominant feature is the creation of an Aboriginal Astronomy Centre celebrating 60,000 years of Noongar celestial storytelling through public art in a project led by internationally renowned artists Peter Farmer Senior and Sharyn Egan.”
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Fast food
“One of the best sandwich in Australia!! It opens 5pm! And there’s wood fire outside the premises, kind of western style of supper. ”
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Gooseberry Hill, WA 6076