The Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society manages the largest local museum in Western Australia, depicting the unique hills life and industries centred around the development of the Kalamunda area.
The History Village, which is owned by the Shire and run by the local Historical Society, is located on the site of the old Upper Darling Range Railway Station. Its buildings include the district’s first state school, the original Post Office (1901), a settler’s cottage and two original railway stations – one dating from the 1890s and the other from 1927. A replica sawpit and a working windmill are also part of the display.
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