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In line with WA Government and Department of Health directives, City of Armadale facilities including AFAC and the Libraries will be closed from 6pm, Friday 23 April 2021.

School holidays are here and the City of Armadale is home to loads of fun and family-friendly activities to enjoy with kids. Step back in time at our local museums, get lost in the world of books at our local libraries, or adventure into nature and marvel at the wonders of the great outdoors.

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Crisp mornings, mild days, seasonal produce and the golden colours of the changing seasons create the perfect backdrop for a weekend escape. Right here… in our backyard.

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Deliciously local takeaways for every day of the week

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1 February 2021

Sharing a meal is one of the oldest social rituals of all time, it brings us together and this year we’re appreciating that connection more than ever.

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12 December 2020

This far into 2020 we’re over the Netflix and couch situation we’ve had going for the last few months and now the weather’s playing nice we’re ready for some outdoor adventures.

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15 September 2020

Springtime in Armadale brings with it so many joys, and the wildflowers have to be one of our favourite. From August through to November, pockets of colour burst to bloom throughout the Perth Hills, blooming flowers in all shapes, sizes, colours and varieties. 

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20 August 2020

Our artists are opening their studios to the public for an intimate view of their inspiring spaces and creative processes. On the Trail you’ll discover an extraordinary range of art practices and art people nestled amongst the stunning natural beauty of the Armadale Hills.

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20 August 2020

6 Aussie animals and where you can spot them in Armadale

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We can finally step out of our dressing gowns and slippers and into something a little less comfortable… dining out is back!

With 20 patron limits and social distancing in place, eating out at your favourite restaurant is going to look and feel very different from what we’re used to. But if we know our local eateries (and we’re pretty sure we do) you’ll still be able to count on warm welcomes, delicious meals and great service.

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