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Kalamunda, WA, Australia
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Quality Hotel Bayswater
Quality Hotel Bayswater
8.5 Excellent
78-80 Railway Parade, Perth, WA, Australia
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15.0 km from city centre, Kalamunda 
ExcellentBased on 503 reviews
8.5

Boasting free Wi-Fi, Quality Hotel Bayswater is located in Perth and provides comfortable accommodation. It also features an express check-in and check-out feature, luggage storage and meeting rooms.

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Quality Hotel Bayswater
Quality Hotel Bayswater
8.5 Excellent
78-80 Railway Parade, Perth, WA, Australia
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6.4 km from city centre,  

Boasting free Wi-Fi, Quality Hotel Bayswater is located in Perth and provides comfortable accommodation. It also features an express check-in and check-out feature, luggage storage and meeting rooms.

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About Kalamunda

Set in the Perth Hills, Kalamunda is a picturesque enclave surrounded by native bushland and rolling vineyards. Its town centre features charming cafes, galleries and an excellent cultural centre. Venture out of town to discover scenic bushwalking trails and boutique vineyards strung along the Bickley Valley wine trail.

Things to do

The Bibbulmun Track winds through Kalamunda and is one of the top bushwalking routes in Australia. Popular day hikes include the stretch that meanders through beautiful Beelu National Park. The 3.5-kilometre Whistlepipe Gully trail in Mundy Regional Park is another local favourite.

The Perth Hills region is dotted with wineries producing West Australian favourites such as Shiraz and Pinot Noir. Sample local varietals in laid-back tasting rooms, then enjoy lunch overlooking the vineyards.

On Sundays, the Kalamunda Farmers Market tempts visitors with homegrown produce from across the Perth Hills region. The monthly Kalamunda Artisan Market showcases handmade arts and crafts, while the Kalamunda Night Markets lure locals in with food trucks and live music.

The Kalamunda History Village occupies the 19th-century Upper Darling Range Railway Station and charts the rich history and heritage of the region. Highlights include a magnificent "G" Class locomotive and a collection of historic cottages and workshops.

The Zig Zag Cultural Centre is set in the Kalamunda town centre and moonlights as a venue for local art exhibitions. Night Sky Tours at the historic Perth Observatory offer a chance to view twinkling stars, planets and nebulas.

Getting around

Kalamunda is a 45-minute drive from the Perth CBD and 20 minutes from Perth Airport. Local buses run between Perth and Kalamunda in around one hour. Rental cars are the fastest and easiest way to explore Kalamunda and the Perth Hills at your own pace.

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    503 reviews rated Quality Hotel Bayswater with an average score of 8.5/10.