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Core Cider is a fourth generation orchard with a long history – grappa in the 40s, wine in the 60s, and now artisan cider straight from ‘orchard to glass’. It is venue unlike any other in Perth, offering a tasty farm-to-table bistro, Orchard Tour & Tastings, fruit picking adventures, catered…
A beautiful spot for a Sunday drive and great for kids... the wood fired pizzas and cider paddle are fantastic!
The Bickley Valley Wine and Cider Trail: Boutique wineries and cideries are dotted throughout the Valley, with an abundance of outstanding wines and ciders on offer. Vistas of vineyards, orchards and the forest beyond make driving a delight.
Restaurant, cidery and winery all in one. An award winning venue with a great eating area overlooking the orchards in Pickering Brook. The ciders are varied, and many, and a wee bit too easy to drink. Live music on the weekends.
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“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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“The tree-lined village of Mundaring is one of the major towns of the Perth Hills and makes a wonderful day trip or weekender for visitors to the region. In town, you can stop off at the Mundaring Visitor Centre where you can learn about the history of the region and pick up a variety of maps highlighting the large amount of activities and attractions to be found. Just out of town you will find the vast water reserve of the Mundaring Weir and the Perth Hills Discovery Centre where you can learn about native flora and fauna. You can also picnic at any number of stunning parks in the area.”
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“Great homemade food made on premises on demand. Go to wine tastings while you wait. ”
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“The gallery boasts a purpose built space full of natural light with access to an artist in residence area. Exhibitions are held throughout the year combining professional exhibitions with emerging artist shows. The Zig Zag Gallery seeks to provide a diverse range of cultural activities in a boutique-style gallery environment. The space encourages, stimulates and promotes local and regional cultural activities through an active and diverse exhibition programs. Zig Zag Gallery actively develops exhibitions and partnership projects to enable broader engagement with communities in the region. ”
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