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Calamunnda Camel Farm

#822 of 1,611 things to do in Western Australia Features Animals
361 Paulls Valley Rd | Kalamunda, Western Australia 6076, Australia
+61 8 9293 1156
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Nice Coffee Spot

Stopped here for a coffee after following the Bibbulmun track out from Kalamunda. Nice spot to rest... read more

Reviewed 17 April 2017
Perth, Australia
Camel trail ride. Fun!

My 2 girls and I booked a 1-hr trail ride. We got saddled up and was sitting on our camels. The... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
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Camel treks and rides are available all year round or take a stroll through the forest. These activities evoke the soothing effects of the Australian bush, which never fails to work its relaxing magic, whether seen from the back of a camel or on foot. Corporate facilities available for hire for day events, workshops, family events, outdoors experiences or just a great day out. Light refreshments at our Kiosk & BBQ facilities available.
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  • Average13%
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361 Paulls Valley Rd | Kalamunda, Western Australia 6076, Australia
+61 8 9293 1156
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Reviewed 17 April 2017

Stopped here for a coffee after following the Bibbulmun track out from Kalamunda. Nice spot to rest and recharge before walking back or going on. Busy with lots of cyclists.

Thank Swampgirl001
Reviewed 2 March 2017

My 2 girls and I booked a 1-hr trail ride. We got saddled up and was sitting on our camels. The guide actually walked the entire way while coaxing our camels along the way. We had a rather greedy lead camel. She liked to munch...More

2  Thank ragammuffin
Reviewed 3 March 2016

I took my six year-old granddaughter to see the camels and have morning tea. I wanted to find a venue suitable for a group of seniors. The area for Mountain Bike Riding was busy and seemed very popular. We wandered down the path towards the...More

Thank Terry B
Reviewed 6 February 2016

A number of great mountain biking trails lead off from the camel farm including a beginners practice loop. The hiking, Bibbulmun Track also passes through the area. The cafe at Calamunda Camel farm serves a good long black coffee at $5.00, however, considering the mountain...More

Thank leanne_pearc
Reviewed 18 September 2015

good ride, informative and the guide had lots of local knowlege would of liked to have seen hair nets for the shared helmets and some help with the fitting of helmets other than that it was good

2  Thank unhappycamper255060
Reviewed 1 May 2015

We are training for a long hike. We parked at the Camel Farm and took off on the Bibbluman track which runs past the Camel Farm. When we returned the manager, Chris had just taken fresh scones out of the oven. We couldn't resist and...More

Thank 711happytraveller
Reviewed 8 January 2015

Had a wonderful informative ride into the West Aus bush with the lovely and very knowledgeable Rebecca. She is worth her weight in gold! After an amazing ride on the Camel's who all seemed to have such fascinating personalities and temperaments we had a nice...More

3  Thank Judy F
Reviewed 4 January 2015

Went to the cafe. Not sure how to take up 100 characters about scones and a milkshake, but here goes: amazing, awesome, fantastic, worth the trip out!

2  Thank Chris B
Reviewed 24 April 2014

We went on the 1 hour camel ride through the bush over part of the Bibbulum track. Seeing the bush was nice, and being on a camel was a bit of a novelty as it's years since I've ridden a camel. But the saddles were...More

3  Thank picina
Reviewed 25 January 2014

We've done the 1-hour camel trek twice now and thoroughly enjoyed it both times. We particularly enjoyed the guide we had the second time, Steve, as he was extremely knowledgeable about camels and Australian plant life. If you've never ridden camels, it's really worth experience....More

1  Thank CPGetaways
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