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Celebrate WA Day Long Weekend at The Parkerville Tavern

The Parky Kitchen will be open all day, every day over the long weekend, with new Winter Menu options sure to warm the cockles of your heart, plus wood-fired pizzas, log fires and mulled wine!
Saturday 2 June
Live music from The Ant & Ness Duo
Sunday 3 June
Live music from T.J O'Donovan 3pm-6pm
Monday 4 June WA Day
Live music from Funkoustic 3pm-6pm
618 Owen Rd, Parkerville. Tel: 9295 4500. Visit Facebook to find out more!

Mundaring Arts Centre - Current Exhibitions

Friday 01 June through to Sunday 15 July 
Gallery 1 | Woldendorp A Black and White Retrospective 
Spanning three continents and almost twenty years, ‘Woldendorp: A Black and White Retrospective’ is a celebration of the early photographic life and career of Richard Woldendorp AM.  

Gallery 2 | Silent Synchronicity
Born in Belgium and based in Perth, Stephanie Reisch is an early career artist who explores mystical and shamanistic precepts through notions of trace and essence. Grounded in animal alchemy and prehistory, her practice spans across drawing, painting, sound and digital media.
Open Tues-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun 11am-3pm. Closed Monday and Public Holidays. 
Mundaring Arts Centre, 7190 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring.  Tel. 9295 3391.  View website.

Parkerville Tavern - Winter Warmer Special Event

Saturday 9 June
Head into the Parky for some toe tapping jazz, rhythm & blues with Adam Hall & The Velvet Playboys, playing from 7pm-10pm.
The kitchen is open all day/evening until 9pm so make sure you sample one of the delicious dishes from their new winter menu!
Parkerville Tavern, 6-18 Owen Rd, Parkerville. Tel: 9295 4500

Mundaring Sunday Markets

Sunday 10 June
Mundaring Sunday Markets has a great range of stalls, including seasonal fruit & veg, jewellery, scarves, bags, clothes, a plethora of craft items, garden ornaments, plants, soap, honey, chutneys and preserves! Once you've snapped up a bargain, relax and enjoy a bite to eat at the Mundaring Hotel, just a few steps away, or head over the road to Mundaring Sculpture Park, for a picnic or BBQ and awesome kids playground. Markets open 9am-2pm, Nichol Street, Mundaring.

Making Music at Cafe Mojo Mundaring

Every Thursday in June
If you love making music, then dust off your ukulele or cabassa and bring it along to the Cafe Mojo Making Music group any Thursday in June between 10am-12pm. If you prefer, sit back (with your favourite coffee) and just enjoy the ambience!   
16 Craig Street, Mundaring.  Tel: 0433 252 037.  Find out what else is happening at this funky cafe Facebook events.

Short Street Kitchen - Fermentation Workshop

Sunday 10 June
Join Short Street Kitchen for a day out away from the busy city hustle. Learn all about these delicious drinks and take away everything you need to get started at home. During the workshop there will be a break for a long-table lunch in the beautiful garden (weather permitting!) where you can feast on the delights of the signature Short Street platter plus dessert and enjoy a wander around the gardens and orchards. 9.30am -3.30pm. Visit website.

Darlington Chamber Music Series 2018 - Concert 2

Sunday 10 June
Concert 2 features The Darlington Quartet with Semra Lee-Smith on violin 1, Zak Rountree on violin 2,  Sally Boud on viola and Jon Tooby on cello. Enjoy an unforgettable concert, then stay and indulge in a sumptuous afternoon tea.
Concert starts 3pm. Boya Community Centre, Scott St, Boya (while Darlington Hall is under renovation). Visit website.

Mundaring Folk 'N' Blues Club

Friday 15 June
On the third Friday of every month, the Mundaring Folk 'n' Blues Club presents a wide variety of music, nominally in the "folk and blues" genre, but there is a wide variety of music, played LIVE. Entry $10 (sometimes higher for special acts).

The Sports Club run a bar and there is often a home cooked meal.
Doors open 7pm.
Mundaring Sporting Club, Coolgardie St. Mundaring. Visit website.

Chidlow Hall Village Markets

Saturday 16 June
Browse the beautiful range of local, handmade crafts, artworks, giftware, skincare, homemade jams, chutneys, cakes and other delicious goodies, plus there's locally grown fruit and veg, plants and more! Markets are on from 9am-1pm at Chidlow Hall, Old Northam Rd. Tel: Irene on 0427 772 712, or view Facebook event for more information.
When you've finished perusing all the local delights, why not hop across the road to the Chidlow Tavern for a hearty meal beside the open fire and check out their collection of railway memorabilia.

Short Street Kitchen - Creating a Healthy Home

Saturday 23 June
This workshop is all about raising awareness and introducing small, positive changes that will have a big impact on the health and well-being of you and your family. Leave with practical suggestions that are easy and inexpensive, to empower you to make wiser lifestyle choices. Morning tea and a delicious long table lunch featuring beautiful food made from scratch, plus a selection of sparkling kefirs and Kombucha.  9.30am-3.30pm. Visit website to find out more!

Black & White Photography Today Seminar with Nick Melidonis

Saturday 23 June
Composing an image looking at form rather than subject is no better illustrated than through black and white photography. Nick Melidonis discusses tonality and composition in black and white photography and how using today's digital tools, such as Lightroom and Photoshop, can open the scope of creativity within an image compared to the ‘dodge and burn’ of the dark room.

Workshop suitable for 16+ years. 10am-1pm. Visit website here.

Mundaring Arts Centre, 7190 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring. Tel: 9250 8062.  

Midland Tourist Park - Winter Escape Special

Midland Tourist Park is a tranquil park with native gardens conveniently located to explore Swan Valley, Perth Hills, heritage Guildford and Perth. The Park is easily accessed via major highways and is close to shopping centres, restaurants and cafes. Midland Tourist Park offers free WiFi, BBQ area, recreation room and friendly relaxing environment.
SAVE 15% on 2-night minimum stays in selected deluxe chalets until 31 August 2018. Book direct on website or quote when booking. Visit website here.
Open Mon-Sun 8am-6pm. Tel: 9274 3002
Midland Tourist Park, 6 Toodyay Rd, Middle Swan 

Live Music at Malmalling Vineyard

Malmalling Vineyard is a boutique winery/restaurant located in the village of Parkerville, adjacent to John Forrest National Park. The stunning setting and casual dining environment is a perfect spot to relax, plus there's a tasty serve of live music on the menu this month. 
Friday 1 June Ben Graham - 6pm-8pm
Sunday 10 June Blake Skinner - 1pm-4pm
Saturday 23 June Jazz & Shiraz Night with music from Gumnut Stompers (from 7pm), 3025 Beacon Road, Parkerville. Tel: 9295 5691. See Facebook

Perth Trail Series - Trail Running at John Forrest National Park

Sunday 24 June
The Eagle and Child event is the first of the 3-part Winter Series of Trail Runs around the Perth Hills. This event offers a 10km course and a 22km trail half marathon, so get outdoors, unplug and experience nature! Each race is themed, so have fun and dress up! Receive a medal after every race. John Forrest National Park, Park Road (off the Gt Eastern H'Way, Hovea.  See Facebook

Bike Hire Service - electric and standard bikes now available!

Fancy a ride around Lake Leschenaultia, or one of the many bike trails in Mundaring and surrounds, such as the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail (recognised as one of WA's Top Trails)? Well, now you can enjoy the experience of riding in the Perth Hills without putting in the 'hard yards'!  Hire an electric bike from Camp Leschenaultia (located opposite Lake Leschenaultia, Rosedale Rd, Chidlow). Prices start from $20/hr. Standard bikes also available. Can also deliver the bike to you. Tel: 0409 104 817

Marloo Theatre presents The Lion in Winter

29 June through to Saturday 14 July 
It is Christmas time at the palace of Chinon and Henry has released his wife Eleanor from prison to share the family festivities. Henry’s three remaining sons, Richard Lionheart, Geoffrey and John, are constantly vying with each other over who will be king after Henry. Add to the mix, Henry’s mistress, the Princess Alais Capet and her half-brother Philip, King of France, and you set the scene for intrigue, power struggles, villainy, and treachery. How will it end, if indeed it does?
Marloo Theatre, 20 Marloo Rd, Greenmount. Tel: 6270 1465.  Book online here.

Mundaring Weir Hotel - Sunday Sessions

The Mundaring Weir Hotel provides the perfect laid-back atmosphere for a Sunday Session. Now offering a new winter style lamb spit roast, served at 1pm, with garlic rosemary potatoes, roast carrots, roast pumpkin, buttered peas, bread roll, gravy and condiments. The aroma and flavours are sensational!!
No bookings or pre-orders taken. You just line up for this one!!  Mundaring Weir Precinct. Tel: 9295 1106. Visit website.

Sundays are sorted at The Parkerville Tavern

The beautifully restored “Parky” is ideal for families, with cosy log fires inside and great outdoor spaces, plus they have an awesome line up of live music at their regular Sunday Sessions (3pm-6pm).
Sunday 3 June: T.J. O’Donovan
Sun 10 June: Monty Cotton & The Threads
Sunday 17 June: Empire Acoustic
Sunday 24 June: Nathan Gaunt Duo

Now you can enjoy a traditional home-cooked Sunday Roast with all the trimmings each and every Sunday for lunch or dinner!  
Don't forget to try the delicious homemade mulled wine as well. It'll put the rosy tint back in your cheeks!  Owen Rd, Parkerville. Tel: 9295 4500 Visit website

Free courtesy bus service for local Hotel and Taverns

Mundaring Hotel 
The FREE courtesy bus operates on Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm until midnight within a 10km radius of the hotel.  Bookings required for pick up - no need to book for drop off.
Enquiries to Mundaring Hotel. Tel: 9295 1006

Sawyers Valley Tavern
FREE courtesy bus operates Friday and Saturday 6pm-midnight and Sunday Session 2pm-7pm. Tel: 6394 2486 to book.


Mount Helena Tavern & Restaurant
FREE Bus pick you up and take you home every Friday, Saturday Nights and Sunday afternoons. For more information call the Tavern. Tel: 9572 2121

Mundaring District Museum - Earth Watch Exhibition

Through to Tuesday 4 September    
Earth Watch: Mundaring's Geophysical Observatory
, tells the story of one of WA's more interesting scientific sites. From 1959 until 2000 Mundaring's Geophysical Observatory played a significant role in gathering and disseminating magnetic, seismic, and ionospheric data for use in scientific research, as well as for every-day and commercial purposes. 

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