Holiday houses in Kalamunda

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Popular amenities for Kalamunda holiday rentals

Stay near Kalamunda's top sights

Kalamunda Hotel21 locals recommend
Mundy Regional Park9 locals recommend
Embers Woodfired19 locals recommend
Dome Kalamunda5 locals recommend
Stirk Park4 locals recommend
The Best Drop Tavern Kalamunda10 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Kalamunda

Guest favourite

Farm stay in Karrakup

4.98 out of 5 average rating, 168 reviews

Kangaroo Cottage - Hills Retreat BnB

25 July – 1 Aug

$1,398 AUD total
Guest favourite

Apartment in Greenmount

4.83 out of 5 average rating, 102 reviews

Quiet and Peaceful Studio Perfect for relaxing

30 Jan – 6 Feb

$1,000 AUD total
Guest favourite

Home in South Guildford

4.99 out of 5 average rating, 140 reviews

Breakfast~ Close to Airport~10% car hire discount.

11 – 18 Oct

$1,622 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guest suite in Hovea

4.95 out of 5 average rating, 134 reviews

Luxury Guest Suite in Perth Hills

21 – 28 Mar

$2,147 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guesthouse in Midvale

4.97 out of 5 average rating, 252 reviews

The Gateway to Perths Swan Valley wine region

4 – 9 Nov

$428 AUD total
Guest favourite

Cottage in Bickley

4.98 out of 5 average rating, 85 reviews

Jacarandas Cottage Bickley Valley

17 – 24 July

$1,662 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guesthouse in Lesmurdie

4.95 out of 5 average rating, 37 reviews

Affordable Accommodation (Granny flat) Perth Hills

23 – 30 July

$705 AUD total
Guest favourite

Farm stay in Carmel

5.0 out of 5 average rating, 45 reviews

*Luxury rustic farmstay in the gum and plum trees*

5 – 12 Oct

$2,322 AUD total

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Kalamunda

  • Total rentals

    10 properties

  • Wi-Fi availability

    10 properties include access to Wi-Fi

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    10 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Rentals with a pool

    10 properties have a pool

  • Total number of reviews

    620 reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $78 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Kalamunda

All About Kalamunda

Thirty minutes east of downtown Perth lies Kalamunda, a historic Western Australia town renowned for its pristine bushland, biodiverse national parks, and relaxed village vibes. Much of Kalamunda grew up along a former timber railway — now a dual-use heritage trail running from Zig Zag drive to Pickering Brook — but its trains have long since given way to modern cars and mud-spattered mountain bikes. And no wonder: With more than 40 kilometers of approved biking trails, you could spend days pedaling through dense karri forest.

In downtown Kalamunda, modern cafes offer creative menus packed with locally-grown fruits and vegetables, and a weekly farmers market sets up stalls on Sunday mornings. You can even skip the shopping and go straight to the source with tours and tastings at orchards and vineyards — just be sure to check on seasonal schedules before you plan an extended Perth Hills adventure.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Kalamunda

Mountain biking, hiking, and outdoor exploration are best reserved for cooler months — from May through September — when the sun is less intense and it’s easier to keep yourself shaded and hydrated. For cyclists, winter rain can also be a boon for trails, helping compact soft dirt and rocks into a more stable substrate.

If you’re visiting between October and April, try to catch Kalamunda’s seasonal night market on the last Friday of each month; live music, food stalls, and local goods abound. In September and October, colorful wildflowers bloom along the Rocky Pool Walk, a five-kilometer hiking loop that ends at a cooling freshwater pool. Galleries, restaurants, and museums are accessible all year long, as is the Zig Zag drive in Gooseberry Hill.

Top things to do in Kalamunda

The Zig Zag

This one-way, single-lane road winds its way down the side of the Darling Range, following a series of switchbacks — with outstanding vistas — along the former path of the timber rail line. The three-kilometer drive is open to cars, cyclists, and pedestrians, but you may need to wait in line on busier days.

Kalamunda National Park

Hike and bike through more than 300 hectares of natural forest and diverse understory. The Kalamunda National Park is home to many amazing hikes, including both the Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail and the first stretch of the Bibbulmun Track — a nearly 1,000-kilometer route winding all the way down to the town of Albany.

Weekend markets

If you’re in Kalamunda for the weekend, the markets are a must. The artisans market, open every Saturday, offers hand-crafted goods ranging from textiles to original art, ceramics, and clothes. On Sunday mornings, the farmers market brings in boxes of fresh fruit, spices, wines, and more from farms and orchards throughout the Perth Hills.

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