Autumn Leaves in Perth

Autumn has been upon us for a couple of months now, but it’s not until May when the autumn colour really comes out to play! We’ve scoured the city, and the Perth Hills to bring you the lowdown on all of the best places where the kids can kick up the leaves and crunch them under their shoes. Grab your camera, jump in the car and embark on a leafy adventure. Here are the best places in Perth to find autumn leaves.

Stirk Park, Kalamunda

 

Autumn Leaves in the Perth Hills

We think the Perth Hills is the best region for finding falling leaves in Perth! Take a scenic drive through the Bickley Valley where there’s row upon row of golden vines, or take a trip to Mundaring Weir and see the changing leaves in nearby Fred Jacoby Park. Or why not explore the lovely town of Kalamunda and kick up the leaves at Stirk Park? Here are a few more places you can spot the autumn awesomeness in the Perth Hills:

Stirk Park, Kalamunda

 

S & R Orchards Autumn Festival

S & R Orchards Autumn Festival is a must-visit event during May. Found near Kalamunda, this stone fruit orchard comes alive with vibrant autumn colours, photo props and activities offering a fun-filled experience for everyone. Be sure to capture family photos amongst the trees! Read more in our blog.

Find S&R at 46 Halleendale Rd, Walliston

 

Mundaring Sculpture Park 

Calling all art-loving families… if you’re looking to immerse yourself in a unique autumn experience, head over to Mundaring Sculpture Park. This popular Perth Hills park blends art and nature, PLUS it has an awesome playground.  As kids explore the park, they’ll find sculptures nestled among the trees. While you’re there take a walk along the Railway Reserves Heritage walking trail. Or simply sit on the grass (with a coffee from Steep Hill Coffee Truck or nearby Cafe Mojo) and enjoy the autumn leaves falling around you. See more in our blog.

Find Mundaring Sculpture Park on Jacoby St, Mundaring 
 

 

Raeburn Orchard

Looking for a place where you can immerse yourself in vibrant autumn leaves and indulge in freshly picked produce? Look no further than Raeburn Orchard. Nestled in the heart of Roleystone, this family-owned orchard offers an autumn experience. Take a leisurely stroll with the kids through the orchard – their persimmon trees have the most vibrant reds you’ll see. Plus, you can take home deliciously fresh fruit to enjoy. Read more in our blog. 

Find Raeburn Orchards at 37 Raeburn Rd, Roleystone,

Raeburn Orchards, Roleystone

 

Araluen Botanic Park

Araluen Botanic Park in Roleystone is an absolute must-visit, and not just in spring! Deciduous trees, lakes, and cascading waterfalls are adorned with golden autumn foliage. Pack a picnic, take a walk, and enjoy the beauty around you. The train runs on selected weekends. See their website for details. Read more in our blog.

Find Araluen at 362 Croyden Rd, Roleystone

Araluen Botanical Park, Roleystone

 

Other Places in Perth to Find Autumn Leaves

Hyde Park

Hyde Park, located in the heart of North Perth, is a picture-perfect spot to bask in the beauty of autumn foliage. With its lake reflecting the warm colours of the surrounding golden trees, this urban oasis is the perfect place for mums to unwind and let the kids frolic in nature’s playground. Plus, there’s an actual playground, and coffee hut there too. Not to forget Chu Bakery across the road! Pack a picnic blanket and spend a lazy afternoon under the canopy of falling leaves. Read more in our blog.

Find Hyde Park on Vincent St, North Perth


Subiaco Common Playspace

For families seeking a peaceful autumn escape, Subiaco Common is a quiet urban park that should be on your radar. Located in the vibrant inner city ‘burb of Subiaco, this gem offers up a touch of autumn magic. As well as a fun playground for the kiddos, you can take a stroll along the pathways, ride bikes, enjoy a picnic on the lush lawns, or simply find a quiet bench to soak in the peace. Read more in our blog. 

Find Subiaco Common at 260 Bagot Rd, Subiaco.

Subiaco Common Playspace

Perth is full of hidden autumn treasures just waiting to be explored. Whether you choose to wander through parks, visit orchards, or immerse yourself in botanical gardens, the kids will have a whale of a time. Gather your fam, embrace the season, and create magic memories. Happy leaf-seeking and festival-hopping!

Have we missed you favourite place to find autumn leaves in Perth? Let us know in the comments below! 

 

 

About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, "The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life" has enjoyed an exciting name change in 2021, as "The Chef's Ex-wife" embarks on new adventures with Simply PERTHfect. Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA, as well as brunching, tapas or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her son "Little Chef" in tow, Amanda always has plenty of family friendly eating options to recommend too! Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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