Edenvale Homestead

COVID-19 Closure:

In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health and wellbeing of our community, especially those most at risk, Edenvale Homestead is closed until further notice.

As a valued community facility, we understand how important the precinct and associated user groups are to the vibrancy of Pinjarra. The situation is ever-evolving and as such we will continue to monitor the situation closely in order to reopen the precinct as soon as possible.

About This Location

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

Come and see the homestead and the surrounds which is now home to the Pinjarra Visitor Information point, Roger May Machinery Museum, Murray Arts and Crafts Society and the Pinjarra Patchwork and Quilters Club.

Information about all opening hours and brochures are available from the Pinjarra Visitor Information Point.

Location

Corners of George and Henry Streets, Pinjarra

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