Opened to the public in 1995, the Armadale Reptile Centre houses a large variety of native reptiles (approximately 200 reptiles are housed at the Centre!!) and other wildlife with over 50 different species on display including: Venomous snakes, Non-venomous snakes, Pythons, Lizards, Fruit Bats, Wedgetailed Eagle, Frogs, Wombats, Kangaroos, Possums and Emus.
Armadale Shopping City is bringing you a new era of shopping. We offer a complete shopping experience with a great selection of stores including Coles, Progressive Supa IGA, Kmart, Target, Best & Less and over 80 specialty stores.
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Grand Cinemas Armadale offers great family entertainment for all ages. Competitive prices and discounts combined with enthusiastic and committed staff will make your visit enjoyable.
Cohunu Koala Park is located on fourteen hectares of natural Australian bushland just 40 minutes from the city of Perth in Western Australia.
Come and make friends with some of the unique Australian fauna living in the park. Stroll the bush tracks and pathways. Hand feed many of the free roaming animals. Have a chat with over 30 talking parrots, see dingoes, kangaroos, emus, deer and koalas, just to name a few of the animals that live at the park. Take a ride on the Cohunu Park Railway for $4, it zig zags its way throughout the park most weekends & public holidays. (Subject to weather conditions) .
Araluen Botanic Park is a very special place nestled in a unique deep forested valley in the Darling Range. It comprises a tranquil botanic garden of both natural and developed beauty, providing four seasons of relaxing activity. Whatever time you visit Araluen, you will find the streams flowing, plenty of grassy areas on which to enjoy a barbecue or picnic and many delightful bush walks. Heavenly gardens featuring both exotic and native species have been created in this heritage-listed setting of rich, loamy soils and high rainfall. Magnificent culturally significant terraced gardens, timber and stone structures, water features and mature trees form the basis of the park. Popular in spring for its tulips and other magnificent spring blooms, Araluen holds great attraction for wedding ceremonies, photography, bird-watching and family get-togethers. Events include children's activities during the spring and autumn school holidays, Carol’s by Torchlight and the Spring Festival in August/September. Facilities include the Chalet Healy tearooms and Roundhouse gift shop, both complete with open log fires in winter.
Located in the picturesque Perth hills, Raeburn Orchards offer the highest quality fresh fruit direct from the orchard. Purchase sweet summer fruits including nectarines, peaches, plums, cherries, and apricots, delicious persimmons along with apples, pears, oranges and mandarins. Also available an assortment of gourmet preserves, dried fruit and nuts, local pure honey, mouth watering fruit ice creams, souvenirs and much more. Stroll through the working orchard and view the dazzling transition from season to season from the vibrant autumn foliage to the stunning spring blossom. Visit and enjoy this unique experience just 35 minutes from Perth and no entry fee, open seven days a week.
The Minnawarra Historic Precinct offers a chance to absorb some of Armadale's fascinating local history. Visit the History House Museum to view a range of interesting displays. Check out the Birtwistle Local Studies Library before immersing yourself in the reverence of yesteryear at the Minnawarra Chapel. The chapel, was originally built in 1903, and was relocated brick by brick to its current location in 1987. Enjoy the calming sanctuary whilst taking in the lovely lake outlook. The Local Studies Library is housed in the old Armadale Primary School, which was built in 1900. The parklands surrounding the Historic Precinct provide a great spot for a picnic with a large lake, paved and shaded picnic areas, expansive lawns and a variety of water birds to keep you company. Armadale is a 30 minute drive southeast of the city, and is well serviced by busses and trains.
The Byford Country Market is held on the third Saturday of the month, excluding December, at The Glades at Byford on the corner of Abernethy and Warrington Road, Byford, from 9am to midday. The market has rapidly become a popular attraction for visitors to the beautiful Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, just south of Perth. The monthly market features around 50 stalls selling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, jams, pickles, and honey, to original artworks, jewellery and fine woodwork. Cakes, plants and second hand books are also available. Visitors can enjoy the free live music and a delicious brunch.