Combining a love of geography, painting and nature, watercolour artist Sue Cross will be showcasing her latest works in her solo exhibition Watercolour Wanderings, officially opening at the Zig Zag...
Official opening: 6:30pm 15 July 2016. A dynamic exhibition by the Glass Artists of Western Australia. Exhibition Continues Until 7 August 2016. Entry is free.
Join in the celebrations at the annual NAIDOC week exhibition "Makuru" at the Zig Zag Gallery opening on Sunday 3 July at 2:00pm.
The exhibition celebrates the Nyoongar season...
Welcome To Our Community
Located within the Perth Hills, the Zig Zag Cultural Centre features:
The Centre is situated in the 'Kalamunda Cultural Precinct' between the Kalamunda History Village and the Kalamunda Library, and welcomes visitors to the region to experience the history, culture and attractions that the Shire of Kalamunda offers.
The Perth Hills offer a glorious mix of natural bush, wildflowers, waterfalls and creeks, towering trees, sensational views, art galleries, vineyards, restaurants and cafes. And, at around a 35 minutes drive, it's all so close to Perth.
9am - 4pm weekdays
10am - 4pm weekends & public holidays
Address: 50 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Phone: 9257 9998
The Zig Zag Cultural Centre development was made possible due to funding from the Federal and State Government, Lotterywest and a contribution from the Shire of Kalamunda.
The Centre opened on 17 September 2011.