The Chalets on Stoneville offer a touch of the rustic charm set on a rise in a unique setting surrounded by tall gums.
Located on a 7 hectare (approximately 20 acres) property, the Chalets on Stoneville offer guests a quiet secluded getaway, an environment which allows you to wander through nature's beauty if you so desire or simply sit under the verandah and listen to the birds enjoying the tranquility.
The location in Stoneville is less than 1 hour's drive from Perth.
The Chalets on Stoneville offer the choice of 1 or 2 bedroom chalets. All chalets come equipped with colour TV, video player, DVD/CD player, tea/coffee making facilities, cutlery and crockery for 4, microwave and large fridge for those extra long stays, all towels and linen provided. Some chalets also have a washing machine.
There is also a complimentary outside barbecue for use by guests. Note that the chalets have limited cooking facilities ie. microwave inside and gas barbecue outside only.
For heating and cooling, all chalets have reverse cycle air conditioning and each comes with its own relaxing spa.
To give you total privacy, each chalet is located at least 20 metres from each other.
The Mundaring Weir and Lake Leschenaultia are a short drive away and are perfect spots for having a barbecue, picnic or a leisurely walk.
For dinner, there are a number of excellent restaurants only minutes away in Mundaring such as the Loose Box, Ming etc. to choose from.
As well as Brian Aylward's work there are paintings and sculptures by selected artists, with an emphasis on local input. Open Saturday 1.00pm to 5.00pm, Sunday 11.00am to 5.00pm for other times please phone.
Bears by Barbara
Collector bears, hand made memorabilia bears.
Bears of all types, custom made from school blazers, or your favourite garment. Wednesday to Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Unique craft and garden shop, a treasure trove of gift ideas, plants, bird feeders, terra cotta and handcrafts. Open 7 days 10.00am to 5.00pm.
These beautiful gardens cover around 3 acres of land-scaped gardens and water features, the lake has many water birds. Open Thursday and Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm.
El Caballo Golf Resort
Nestled in the Linley Valley this resort is well worth a visit for keen golfers. 8 lakes, ponds, doglegs and elevated greens are hallmarks of El Caballo golf course, offering a challenging 18 holes for both professionals and beginners.
Everbloom Garden Centre
A wonderful collection of plants, garden ornaments and ornamental garden furniture. From native bush plants to formal to cottage, vegetables and herbs.
Walks picnics and treks with llamas twilight dinner, luncheon on the hill, morning tea. Afternoon tea, self catered walks, visits tailored to suit.
John Forrest National Park
Situated on the Darling Scarp, picnic areas, barbecues. Bushwalking, wildlife, wildflowers, old railway tunnel. Best in winter/spring. No domestic pets allowed. Tavern in park.
Karakamia is a privately funded sanctuary established to help save endangered animals indigenous to the Darling Scarp. The public is admitted for a number of pre booked guided walks each day. Guided nocturnal spotlighting tours are also undertaken.
Bookings are a requirement.
Movies under the stars in the hillsforrest in comfortable deck chairs. November to April. Gates open at 6.30pm, movies commence at 8.00pm.
London Cab Charter
Nostalgic tour with a difference, Studio Sojourn visiting artists studios. Wild spaces, quiet places, enjoy the real bush. Fruits of the vine wine tours.
Mundaring Arts Centre
Monday to Friday 10.00am to 5.00pm. Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10.00am to 4.00pm. Varying art exhibitions, displays, demonstrations and sale of artworks.
W A Mountain Bike Tours
Half day tours in the Darling Range. Tuesday and Thursday includes lunch. Great way to experience the hills. Bookings essential.
The Mundaring District Museum and the Mundaring Visitor Centre
Both situated in The Old School. Open 7 days 10.00am to 4.00pm
And, of course, Perth is only less than 1 hour's drive away.