ReDiscover Stage One by Matt Adnate - Arts and Culture in Armadale
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Are You an Arts and Culture Lover? Armadale Perth Hills Unique Experiences to Discover

Armadale is home to some of Perth’s most enjoyable and unique arts and cultural experiences.

From the urban art renewal projects, to local arts and crafts, performing arts, Australian Aboriginal arts and culture, to activations and walking trails.

There’s so much to enjoy, here’s some arts and culture ideas to explore.

I’m an Arts and Culture Lover

Learn about timeless Noongar traditions

The Aboriginal and Interpretative Centre at Champion Lakes

Visit the Aboriginal Interpretive Centre at Champion Lakes to learn about Noongar heritage and culture.

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Discover bush tucker and medicine plantings as you explore the trails and wander through the interpretive walkway to observe local artefacts.

While discovering the walkway look up to the metal canopy to view three large scale original artworks by Noongar artists.

Add to your personal art collection at local galleries

Armadale Society of Artists – Open Studio Arts Trail

The Armadale Perth Hills region is home to several art houses and galleries displaying eclectic and unique works by local artists. Browse through galleries and discover sculptures, paintings, textiles and pottery to take home with you.

Take a class at the Armadale Society of Artists Art House and Gallery, learn about pastel painting, oil painting, watercolours and more and browse through the gallery displaying member’s artwork.

Armadale Society of Artists

View full list of classes here.

Support local artists and discover quality, locally made treasures at the ARC – Artist Retail Collective in the heart of Jull Street.

This arts community hub promotes local artists and provides the local community with the opportunity to discover and experience local art.

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Fossick at local markets

Roleystone Market

You never know what unique goodies you might find at the local markets and the Armadale region offers a bustling market scene year round.

Get your fossick on at some of our favourites and stock up on organic produce, locally made gifts and handmade arts and craft.

Roleystone Markets

Roleystone markets

Held every quarter these markets celebrate the changing of the seasons. Enjoy over 100 stalls at the welcoming, laidback traditional country market.

Escape the city to the quaint, rural town of Bedfordale on the fourth Saturday of every month. Breathe in the fresh country air and pick up local home grown produce surrounded by natural bushland.

Kalamunda Farmers Markets

Kalamunda Markets

Skip the supermarket and get your produce direct from the grower every Sunday morning in the Perth Hills. You’ll find seasonal fruit and veg, organic meat, bread, pastries, fresh flowers, cheese and loads more awesome stallholders.

Find more markets VisitArmadale.com.au

Take a self-guided arts and culture walk through the Armadale town centre

Urban Art – ReDiscover Armadale project. Work seen here by Melbourne artist Matt Adnate

Start your walk at the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre to collect a town map and local tips on what to see.

View the Centenary of Federation Memorial, commemorating Italian Settlers and their contribution to the region, particularly in agriculture.

Wander through Jull Street, learning about heritage trees along the way before stopping in Memorial Park to view the ReDiscover Armadale urban art mural by Matt Adnate.

Wander over to Pioneer Village to admire the quaint architecture of the buildings, make a wish at Ye Olde Wishing Well before ending your walk with a coffee at the Organic Circle.

New art projects are coming in the months ahead.

More on the Urban Art Projects.

Catch a show at the Roleystone Theatre

Treat yourself to a night out at the historic Roleystone Theatre, with origins dating back to the 1930’s the theatre has a rich heritage and has evolved throughout the decades to become the talented company it is today.

A range of musicals and shows are performed throughout the year purchase your tickets here.

Make a night out of it and enjoy a pre or post show meal at a local restaurant, like the award winning Roleys on the Ridge in Roleystone or the historic Manse in Armadale.

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