Boasting some of Western Australia’s most unique heritage sites, Pinjarra is the central hub of the Shire of Murray and was founded in 1834 by Sir Thomas Peel.
The Pinjarra Visitor Centre is housed in the historical Edenvale Heritage Complex, a beautiful Homestead built in 1888 and includes activities such as arts & craft, the machinery museum, quilt display and sales, an art gallery with artists at work and beautiful heritage rose gardens.
The beautiful Murray River flows through the town and offers many picturesque sites in which to picnic and barbecue. There is a large variety of community services and businesses in Pinjarra which makes the town a thriving community.
Cruise the tranquil waters of the Murray River, or coast along one of Australia’s leading canal developments, enjoy bushwalking or one of the many wineries. Whether you're a local, a business person or a visitor to the Region, Pinjarra has something to offer you!
- Suspension Bridge
- Cantwell Park beside the Murray River
- Peel Zoo
- Heritage Rose Garden
- Old Blythewood
- Fairbridge Village
- Hotham Valley Tourist Railway - Pinjarra to Dwellingup
- Horse Racing and Pacing
- Heritage Walk Trail
Shire of Murray: http://www.murray.wa.gov.au/