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Smokers Ceramics Exhibition a HighLight for Gallery

An exhibition of ceramics and pastel drawings by Joel Smoker reflecting the colours, textures and scale of the Australian landscape will officially open in the Zig Zag Gallery at 6:00pm on Saturday...

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Are We There Yet?

The latest exhibition at the Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda "Are We There Yet?" has been described as a load of old rubbish! But South West artist Chris Williamson doesn't mind one bit -- because his...

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Hands, Head & Heart Exhibition

Hands, Head & Heart featuring works by Gordon Mitchell and Stephen Castledine will open at the Zig Zag Gallery on Friday 21 February. The exhibition will feature paintings, drawings and...

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Welcome To Our Community


Located within the Perth Hills, the  Zig Zag Cultural Centre is a major community asset within the Shire of Kalamunda.
The Centre was designed as a multi purpose facility and has been developed to encourage greater community involvement and to assist with the growth of visitation to the Shire of Kalamunda and the Perth Hills as a tourism destination through the following key areas:


The Centre is situated in the 'Kalamunda Cultural Precinct' and is located in between the Kalamunda Library and the Kalamunda History Village. The centre has been strategically placed to draw visitors to the precinct to experience the history, cultural and attractions that the Shire of Kalamunda offers.

The Centre opened on 17 September 2011 at 10am.

Opening hours:
9am - 4pm weekdays,

10am - 4pm weekends & public holidays.

Please note Dates for the Upcoming Easter Peiod:

Good Friday (18 April)                    CLOSED

Easter Saturday (19 April)             10am-4pm

Easter Day (20 April)                       10am-4pm

Easter Monday (21 April)              10am-4pm

ANZAC Day (25 April)                      10am-4pm
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 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.