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Top Free Things To Do in Armadale

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As one of the state’s earliest settlements, Armadale is home to some of Western Australia’s most fascinating history. You may not be aware, but it’s also home to a heap of free things to do in and around the city – from free playgroups to great parks, plus museums dedicated to Armadale’s historical significance and early settlement, there’s a lot you can do without having to get out your wallet. Here are the top free things to do in Armadale.

Playgroup in the Park – Free playgroup
Address: Location details vary. See the website for more information.
Phone: 9394 5000.
Operating hours: Monday to Thursday 9:30am to 11:30am during the school terms.
Website: For more information, read on here.

If you want to meet other mums in the Armadale area, this free playground is a great place to start. Location details do vary, so check the website before you go.



Top Free Things To Do In Armadale


Free library activities
Address: Armadale, Kelmscott and Seville Grove.
Opening hours: Varies. See website.
Website: For more details, click here.

From baby rhyme time to activities for school kids and teens, the City of Armadale libraries at Armadale, Seville Grove and Kelmscott offer a heap of free, fun activities for adults and kids alike.



Top Free Things To Do In Armadale
Image: Armadale Libraries Facebook page.


Minnawarra Park
Address: Corner of Orchard Avenue and Armadale Road, Armadale.
Website: For more details, read on here.

Minnawarra Park is linked to Armadale’s Minnawarra Historic Precinct and is a simply lovely place to visit. It has a gazebo, bridge and seating, plus is in close proximity to the cafes along Jull Street.



Top Free Things To Do In Armadale
Image: Experience Perth website.


History House Museum
Address: 11 Jull Street, Armadale.
Phone: 9394 5670.
Opening hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am to 4pm, weekends 1pm to 4pm.
Website: For more details, click here.

History House Museum tells the story of the people and historical events that have shaped Armadale, from the arrival of European settlers to the present day. There are a number of exhibitions on show, along with objects, artefacts and displays.



Top Free Things To Do In Armadale
Image: Armadale Libraries Facebook page.


Bert Tyler Vintage Machinery Museum
Address: Located at Armadale Vistor Centre, 40 Jull Street, Armadale.
Opening hours: Museum open weekdays from 9am to 4pm and weekends from 11am to 4pm.
Website: For more details, click here

The Bert Tyler Vintage Machinery Museum is home to a collection of rare twentieth century engines, including a large woodworking bandsaw used in the Western Australian ship building industry in 1876. The Museum also contains a replica Post Office with an early telegraph and other communications equipment. Every Tuesday from 10am to 1pm, the Museum holds Morse Code demonstrations, where the kids can learn to send a telegraph message.



Top Free Things To Do In Armadale
Image: Creative Spaces website.


Armadale Settlers Common
Address: 39/63 Observation Circle, Bedfordale.
Website: For more details, click here

Armadale Settlers Common in Bedfordale is 383 hectares of bushland that contains a huge array of flora and fauna, including many rare species, which can be observed year-round form the network of walk trails. It is the perfect spot for walking and hiking, orienteering, nature appreciation, picnicking, exercising and even photography.



Top Free Things To Do In Armadale
Image: Creative Spaces website.


Wungong Dam
Address: Admiral Road, Bedfordale.
Website: For more details, click here

Wungong Dam is a great spot for a family picnic or barbeque, with free gas barbeques, picnic tables, toilets and a grassed are – all while enjoying magnificent scenery.

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