A FREE weekly 5km event for participants of all standards, which takes place every Saturday at 8:00am
Meeting weekly on Wednesday - the CommuniTEA Matters sessions are always well attended and offer a great opportunity to meet new and old friends, and perhaps discuss what is happening both locally and internationally.
Meeting weekly on Fridays - visiting the gardens is a great opportunity to meet other local residents, share conversations and make new friendships, all while enjoying barista-made coffee, homemade sandwiches and delicious cakes.
Why not join our group of riders for a morning ride around our rivers or the Mundaring Rail Trail.
A series of FREE community sessions presented by the NBN Community Ambassador for WA in collaboration with the City of Kalamunda Libraries to promote digital literacy and understanding. Topics include NBN 101, Scam Awareness, Internet of Things and optimising user experience.
A dynamic exhibition by Glass Artists of WA showcasing art Glass+ another material.
Forget-Me-Not Memory Cafes provide a safe, inclusive, non-judgmental and welcoming environment for people living with Memory Loss or Dementia, their family, friends and carers.
1st Wednesday of every month Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre. Morning tea at 10.15am and show at 11am.
Held on the First Saturday of Every Month
Every Sunday morning - Farmers, producers and artisan gourmet food market.
These meetings provide the opportunity for Elected Members to be equally informed and seek additional information on matters prior to the presentation of such matters to the next Ordinary Council Meeting for formal consideration and decision.
A social club for senior men and women. Are you Retired or Partly Retired? Would you like to share some time with like-minded people? Meets every second Wednesday of the month at the Kalamunda Bowling Club Kalamunda Road at 9.30am. Speakers , morning tea, outings.
Join the Kalamunda Probus Club for Christmas Lunch and listen to the Kalamunda Ukulele Collective. Bookings essential.
Street food with market stalls at Hawaiian’s Shopping Centre Carpark, Forrestfield.
Come along to the RECOVERING MADNESS unseen art exhibition and see the extraordinary pieces all done by the Esther Foundation participants and our special guest artists.
This meeting of full Council meets to receive the reports and recommendations presented by the Standing Committees in order to determine the actions to be implemented.
Street food with market stalls on Central Mall.
Are you a user of our skate parks and want to upskill your set of tricks? Learn tips and how to improve certain moves from some of the pros! Workshops cover all aspects of the sports, whether you skate, scoot, or BMX as well as equipment maintenance and personal safety issues. Ask away at these casual, free, drop in sessions. BYO equipment and helmets!
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.
It is a requirement to register your attendance when visiting venues. To make it easier, download the SafeWA app now via the WA Government website. Please do not attend the event if you are feeling unwell.
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.