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Fawkes House Gardens

Perth Hills Accommodation Gardens

Explore the 1.6 acres of stunning Perth Hills accommodation gardens at Fawkes House.

 Wander through the meandering paths of the sun-dappled spinney, surrounded by camellias, rare hellebore, narcissus and primroses.

Relax within the walled, formal, heritage rose gardens with views over adjoining vineyards. Or discover the extensive native gardens.

Take tea or a cooling beverage on the wide, sheltered verandas of the main house. Maybe relax with a good book beneath rare, flowering trees.

The gardens attract many species of birds throughout the seasons.

During winter and early spring enjoy a  profusion of flowering bulbs and blossom. Autumn showcases the foliage of our deciduous trees. With winter bare branches cast silhouettes against changing skies.

Heard of the benefits of forest bathing?

Fawkes House Country Spa Retreat offers sustainable accommodation Perth Hills.

As a visitor to Fawkes House we can assure you that everything possible is done to lessen our impact on the environment. Our eco cottages are environmentally  friendly in many ways


Fawkes House Bickley Valley Gardens

Rare plants and trees, spring bulbs, spring blossom, autumn colours, views over vineyards, special quiet places beneath shady trees.

Perth Hills Wildflowers

Wildflowers are at their best in late winter early spring, August and September  in the Perth Hills.

Grab your walking boots and hit some of the trails. 

Jorgensen Park

On the outskirts of Kalamunda Town Centre you can access this expansive park, which boasts a diverse range of wildflowers and a network of trails to choose from. You can also bring your dog, as this park is dog friendly

Whistlepipe Gully

Another great dog-friendly walk accessible from either Kalamunda or Forrestfield. This walk through the Mundy Regional Park is sure to delight wildflower fans

Lesmurdie Falls

Always a highlight of a visit to the Perth Hills, Lesmurdie Falls is a great spot to take in the views across Perth. However head over the creek and up across to the northern side for the greatest selection of wildflowers

Lions Lookout

 Even just a short stroll from the lookout car park you will find an abundance of wildflowers. For the more adventurous, the Lions Lookout walk not only gives you great views over the city and Bickley Reservoir, but also some of the wildflower viewing in the region. Please note, the walk has some taxing climbs and steep descents

Rocky Pool Walk 

This Kalamunda favourite doesn’t disappoint at wildflower time, with the beauty of both the natural flora and the flowing creek and waterfalls at their best in early spring

You can also get a great view of the wildflowers without walking a trail by stopping at the South Ledge Lookout on Mundaring Weir Road (in between Kalamunda and Mundaring Weir Dam). It’s just a short walk from the car park to the viewing area.

Don’t worry if you don’t know your grevillia from your boronia or you milkmaid from your blue leschenaultia, the friendly team at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre are available every day until 4pm to help you plan your wildflower viewing, provide trail maps and point you in the right direction for a post-walk warm drink at one of Kalamunda ’s well-known cafes. Here you can also find out about some of the local tour operators offering wildflower and nature tours.

The visitor centre stocks a free leaflet displaying the various wildflowers you can see in the area and for those wanting more in-depth information, you can purchase the ‘Interactive Guide to the Flora of Kalamunda National Park’ DVD which provides images and information on nearly 500 species native to the Kalamunda region.

Check out the range of walk trails online 

Perth Hills Visitor Centre

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 9am – 4pm,Weekends & Public Holidays: 10am – 4pm 

Located: 50 Railway Road in Kalamunda 

Telephone: 08 9257 9998 Subscribe to their e-newsletter

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