What better place to find out about the range of things to see and do in the City of Armadale than at the Armadale Visitor Centre?
Visitors to the City of Armadale Visitor Centre will be greeted by friendly staff who can provide the latest accurate information on coming events, tours, accommodation, restaurants, tourist venues and natural attractions in the region. Anything from a vigorous walk along one of the many picturesque bush trails, a scenic drive through the hills to all of the best eating places or finding out about the best parks, coming events or booking a place to stay for a weekend retreat. Business travellers can find out more on where to access free WiFi, what cafes or restuarants offer and there opening hours.
Managed by the City of Armadale since early 2006, the Armadale Visitor Centre also provides local businesses with the opportunity to showcase their products and services. Located in the Historic Armadale Train Station with the Bert Tyler Museum which boasts a rich collection of historic telegraph and communication equipment.
The City of Armadale Visitor Centre is located at 40 Jull Street in Armadale. Opening hours are between 9am and 4pm on weekdays and between 11am and 4pm on weekends and public holidays.
To contact the Centre call (08) 9394 5410. To find out more about the range of services on offer visit www.visitarmadale.com.au
Come and discover a rare collection of twentieth century engines, including a large woodworking bandsaw used in the Western Australian ship building industry in 1876. The replica Post Office contains early telegraph and other communications equipment. On Tuesdays between 10am and 1pm, you can send a telegraph message as part of the Museum's weekly Morse Code demonstrations.
Between 9am and 4pm on weekdays, 11am to 4pm on weekends and Public Holidays
Phone: (08) 9394 5410
The Vintage Machinery Museum is located at the Armadale Tourist Centre, 40 Jull Street Armadale.