The next Kalamunda Garden Festival will be on Sunday May 9th (Mother’s Day) in the Kalamunda town centre (off Barber Street) from 8am to 12 noon.


Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome. Wheelchair accessible.

The Kalamunda Garden Festival is an exciting free community event that is staged four times a year (spring, summer, autumn and winter). Each festival is tailored to the respective season and offers festival-goers relevant advice and ideas on how to get the most out of their gardens.

The Kalamunda Garden Festival is foremost a celebration of gardening and sustainable gardening practices. With loads of interesting guest speakers, varied gardening-related stalls and activities for children, the festival brings the community together and showcases the beautiful Perth hills.

The Kalamunda Garden Festival was created by the Kalamunda Plant Company. By presenting this innovative festival free to the public, they hope to create an important and dynamic event on the hills calendar and attract visitors from all around the metro area to share in this potentially iconic flagship event, right in the heart of Kalamunda.

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Guest Speakers from Kings Park

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August 22, 2018

Music by Courtney Murphy

Come along and enjoy total legend Courtney Murphy, performing from 9:30am.
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Mundaring Garden and Farmers Market

A weekly gardening event, every Saturday from 8am to 12 noon. Estimated start date, May 15th. Near Sculpture Park in Mundaring.

Stall holders appearing at the Kalamunda Garden Festival. This is being updated.

The Kalamunda Plant Company

Growing Gardens Fremantle


Daisy Chain Eco Nursery

The Little Ink Pot

Crystal Planters Australia

Mr Potplants

Back n Chime

The Little Plant Stall

Succulent Crazy Sisters

The Herbal Queen

Walkers Steel Art

Luma Flow

Battsenby’s Wildlife Habitats

Wild Seasons Flowers

That Citrus Guy

That Brick Pot Guy

Kalamunda Community Garden

Supreme Plants

Dee’s Metal Garden Sculptures

Pacific Knot


Craft Partners Fairy Gardens

Vintage Garden Creations

EarthWhile Australia

Fire Pits and Garden Features

Tra-Mi’s Plants

A big thank you to the Kalamunda Plant Company. Without their support, the Kalamunda Garden Festival wouldn’t be staged.

The Kalamunda Plant Company grow all their own plants and sell them online via www.kalamundaplants.com.au.
They offer over 200 varieties of culinary herbs, medicinal herbs, sacred and ritual herbs, native food plants, edible flowers and vegetables.
The Kalamunda Plant Company are also very proud to grow the beautiful Sabrina Hahn range of plants, called Sabrina’s Selection. These plants will help attract beneficial insects into your garden. They’re all grown in natural, bio-degradable coir pots with bio-degradable paper labels (no plastic).
Facebook: KalamundaPlants.

Festival Partners

The Kalamunda Garden Festival is very grateful for the ongoing support provided by the Good Gut Crew.

Locally owned, the Good Gut Crew mentor customers on the highly successful, month long, Ph@tt gut health weight loss program.

Facebook: @GoodGutCrew.


Thanks to

Some of the highlights from our past garden festivals…

Come and join us!

We hope you can join us at the Kalamunda Garden Festival on Sunday May 9th. The event organiser, stall holders and participating community groups are all looking forward to presenting you with the very best garden festival they can.

The Kalamunda Garden Festival is always welcoming new stall holders and sponsors to join this significant initiative and to benefit considerably from an affiliation with it’s carefully planned success.

Thank you for visiting our website. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Andrew Osenton from the Kalamunda Plant Company below.

See you at the Kalamunda Garden Festival!



    Email: info@kalamundaplants.com.au
    Kalamunda Town Centre, Barber Street, Kalamunda.