Armadale regional tourism guide to sell area’s venues and natural attractions to visitors


City of Armadale tourism co-ordinator Suzy Parravicini with the new Armadale tourism guide.
City of Armadale tourism co-ordinator Suzy Parravicini with the new Armadale tourism guide.

A NEW Armadale regional tourism guide containing details of tours, accommodation, restaurants, tourist venues and natural attractions has been released.

The updated, full colour brochure has been produced by the City’s visitor centre and showcases the colourful attractions and natural beauty that the area has to offer for local and regional visitors.

Mayor Henry Zelones said Armadale was a growing regional centre at the heart of a bustling urban community.

“Where else in Perth do you get that alongside scenic parks, undulating hills and picturesque valleys,” he asked.

“It is a place in which you can relax, unwind and reconnect with nature.”

Activities include walks or bike rides along a bush trail, a scenic drive through the hills or enjoying spectacular wildflowers that flourish along the Darling Scarp.

“We hope to see many more people visiting Armadale and enjoying all our attractions, especially through spring and summer when our parks and reserves come alive with wildflowers,” Cr Zelones said.

More than 25,000 copies have been produced and distributed to key tourism outlets such as Experience Perth and throughout Western Australian visitor centres.

The guide is available from the Armadale Visitor Centre in Jull Street or any of the city’s libraries and online.