How to spend a weekend in Darch
If it’s early days in your new home at Kinmore Green with your partner family, we think there’s no better way to spend your first days then visiting and familiarising yourself with the close-knit community and surrounding areas of Darch.
We have picked a handful of ideas and activities from visiting farm animals, playing mini golf, to enjoying beautiful foreshores that will please all members of your crew.
Visit the Landsdale Farm
With family tickets available and just a four-minute drive from the Darch town centre, the Landsdale farm is a must visit for any family. Open seven days a week from 8:30am to 3pm, you and your family will have a day filled with endless fun and laughter. From daily feeding sessions and interactions with farm animals to picnic grounds, playgrounds and a coffee shop serving fresh brews, you will feel completely immersed in a day of farm life.
Wanneroo Botanic Gardens
Less than 20 minutes away from home in Kinmore Green, the Wanneroo Botanic Garden has attracted visitors from all over Western Australia. Its diverse activities include 18-holes of kid-friendly mini golf, as well as glow-in-the-dark mini golf, several walking trials and picnic areas, which are suitable for small and large groups. The gardens are open every day from 9am to 8:30pm. A word to the wise: it’s a good idea to head over online to make a booking to secure your spot at their mini golf.
(Photo credit to Wanneroo Botanic Gardens).
Illuka Foreshore Park
With its lovely foreshore and playgrounds, Illuka Foreshore Park offers an opportunity for swimmers of all ages to test their swimming abilities in a safe area. We suggest visiting in the morning for a relaxing start to your day or in the evening to view the beautiful sunset. It’s open every day and is a 19-minute drive from the city centre of Darch.
Yanchep National Park
Looking for more of a day trip? This park is a 34-minute drive from your home in Darch, with many activities offered to make the journey worthwhile. For a start, this dazzling wild park is home to the most koalas in any park in Western Australia. Several exhibits are featured showcasing Australia’s native animals and fauna and flora, bush trails along the Swan Coastal Plain, cave visits, and a flying fox display through trees! All of these activities make the park a must-visit on any families bucket list and can be visited any day of the year.
We would love to hear which places you have visited and which activities you did! Make sure you tag us in your photos and show us what you have been doing in your Kinmore Green community.
For more information or to view Kinmore Green for yourself, please feel free to contact either Debra or Lee, they would love to chat to you.
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