Due to the spread of COVID-19 along with current health and government advice, some upcoming events may have been rescheduled or cancelled. Please check status of events prior to attending with relevant event organisers.
The City of Kalamunda hold and/or sponsor many events on a regular basis within the City.
Some of these events include:
This family friendly event includes free entertainment, free barbeque hire and all the regular fun attractions of the Kalamunda Water Park.
As part of the celebrations, Belgravia Leisure and the City of Kalamunda are offering two-for-one entry for patrons
on the day.
The Bickley Carmel Harvest Festival takes place in the Bickley Valley wine region, 35 minutes east of Perth and is part of the Perth Autumn Festival.
More information, including participating venues available at:
The Bickley Valley thrives in the cooler autumn sun, presenting visitors with a myriad of colours throughout the vineyards, orchard, glorious gardens and its abundant deciduous trees. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities such as enjoying the local
artistic talent or indulging in tastings from boutique owner operated wineries with hand crafted wines.
Take home fresh local produce or treat yourself to delicious lunches, all while taking the time to admire the magnificent Bickley Valley.
Situated approximately 35 minutes’ drive east of Perth and nestled in the Darling Ranges, the beautiful Bickley Valley forms part of Western Australia's best kept secret, the Perth Hills.
Beautiful forests, extraordinary wildflowers, tranquil bushwalking trails, bird and animal life, creeks and waterfalls are some of the scenic attractions. Vistas of vineyards and orchards in the valleys make motoring a delight and driving into the Perth
Hills to sample the vintners’ wares is a very pleasant day out.
There are roadside fruit stalls, asparagus straight from the farm, beautiful open gardens and fresh flowers to delight the visitor. You can stay at any of the country style bed and breakfast facilities for the ultimate in peace and relaxation, explore
the forest from the back of a camel or buy a memento from one of the local potteries or arts and crafts stops.
All the things that make this region so special is celebrated at the annual Bickley Harvest Festival, so mark the dates in your diary!
The App offers venue information and an interactive map to help you navigate our 20 spectacular venues this year. Best of all it's FREE and available for download on your IPhone or Android. Find out how to download this app via https://www.bickleyharvestfestival.com/app/
With such a busy time of year, there are many local events which the community are invited to attend. Some events do require booking and have limited spaces available.
Further event information including how to book for various events is available by reading the full event details.
Find Christmas events happening in the City here
Explore the world in a day! Taste + See + Smell + Hear the world!!
This annual event, held in March at Hartfield Park in Forrestfield is a jam-packed program of entertainment, amusement rides, activities and workshops that offer something for everyone.
Find out more about the Corymbia Multicultural Festival here
Every Thursday: February to April
Venue: Stir Park, Kalamunda Road/Elizabeth Street, Kalamunda
The Perth Hills offer a fantastic destination that allows the public to purchase a variety fresh produce and foods direct from producers.
The markets are held at in both Kalamunda Town Centre and in Forrestfield. Many of the local eateries have events coinciding with the scheduled market events making it an ideal destination for the whole family.
Markets currently operating are: Kalamunda Farmers Market, Kalamunda Artisan Market, Kalamunda Night Market and Forrestfield Night Market.
Find out more about the markets here
This annual show has been running since 1898. It takes place on first weekend of the Term 1 school holidays. Starting Friday evening and all day Saturday the show includes a variety of entertainment, stalls, competitions, displays, sideshows and rides, a log chop competition, animal nursery, various other displays and traditional show competitions in craft, cookery, horticulture, art and photography. A very popular fireworks display on both Friday and Saturday evenings is a major attraction.
Many local community groups are involved in the Show including Lions Clubs, Scouts, the Fire Brigade and State Emergency Services. The Show is run entirely by volunteers and all profits are directed into community projects.
Find out more about Kalamunda markets here
Held each July, NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Each year has a different theme. The City celebrate and acknowledge this week of celebrations with a scheduled program of varied events.
Find out more here
As well as spectacular scenery, tempting wineries, boutique shopping and cafés aplenty, during October and November Kalamunda will be filled with a host of events and activities. Just a short drive (but a whole world)
away, Kalamunda is ‘painting the town yellow’ to celebrate the arrival of Spring and extending an open invitation to visitors to come and join in the fun.
Bringing together families with FREE fun days, movies and activities and popular events such as the ‘Kalamunda Open Studios’, the 'Kalamunda Artisan Markets’ and ‘October Feast’, the Spring Festival promises to be fun
for all ages. So whatever you’re interested in – food, wine, markets, music, gardening, photography, art or walking – the Spring Festival has it all.
Be sure to get in quick as some events require booking and
fill up quickly.
Check out the Experience Perth Hills website for any further information.
Make Smoking History Targa West is an exciting and highly prestigious tarmac rally that has established itself as one of the premier events of its type in the country for classic and modern vehicles.
The Kalamunda stage of this event includes the Kalamunda Service & Lunch Stop, Zig Zag Stage and the extended Kalamunda stage on Mundaring Weir Road.The event attracts thousands of spectators to the various venues which include Riverside Drive in the CBD and Kalamunda, Mundaring, Malaga, Bullsbrook, Toodyay, Chittering and Whiteman Park in the surrounding areas.
Find out more including a Spectator Guide containing all the information needed for the rally weekend via:
Rally enthusiasts can also keep up with the latest action at
Held during November, a wide range of activities on offer for all senior residents in the City of Kalamunda.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE but bookings are essential.
Find out more about Seniors Week here
A series of FREE outdoor movie screenings around your City. There is entertainment, kids’ activities, food vans and FREE popcorn! So bring along a blanket or chairs, pull up a patch of grass and enjoy the warm summer nights under the stars.
The 2018/9 Summer Series was proudly presented by the City of Kalamunda and Perth Airport.
Find out more about Summer Series here
Please direct your enquiries to 9291 3092 or for more information visit: www.zigzagfestival.org
Major sponsors: City of Kalamunda, Lotterywest and Healthway
Plus, due to overwhelming local business support, the Festival will finally be expanding to the Kalamunda Central Business district.
Visiting Our City
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.