Edenvale Heritage Precinct | Mandurah Activities

Edenvale Heritage Precinct

Edenvale was built in 1888 by Edward McLarty, son of pioneer farmers John and Mary McLarty who arrived in 1839 from Campbelltown, Scotland.

Wander through the historic Edenvale Heritage precinct. The Edenvale Homestead Precinct is a delightful place to visit. For the history buffs there is the beautiful old historic homestead of the McLarty family, steeped in local history, which also houses the Edenvale Heritage Tearooms.

If you are looking for art, then look no further than the Liveringa Gallery which is the original McLarty home, circa 1890. The talented members of Murray Arts will have artwork and sculptural pieces to suit all tastes and budgets. This is a great place to see a bit of history.

Explore the beautiful historic setting at the heart of Pinjarra.


Come and see the homestead and surrounds which include

  • Heritage Tea Rooms
  • Murray Arts & Crafts Centre
  • Liveringa Art Gallery
  • Roger May Machinery Museum
  • Heritage Rose Garden

Open 7 days a week.

Location: Corners of George and Henry Streets, Pinjarra
Contact: 08 9531 1438