Dwellingup History and Visitor Information Centre
Now open with normal operating hours – 9:00am to 3:30pm daily. Temporarily located in the Dwellingup Hall due to Dwellingup Trails and Visitor Centre works.
The historic town of Dwellingup is located within the beautiful state forest of the Darling Range, nestled between the South Dandalup and Murray Rivers. Adjacent to the Bibbulmun Track and the Munda Biddi, as well as the natural beauty of Lane Poole Reserve, Dwellingup offers wonderful opportunities to relax, unwind and explore.
Pinjarra Visitor Information Point
Closed due to COVID-19, however an information service is still available. Please get in touch with our friendly staff. Pinjarra Visitor Information Point is operated remotely by the staff of Dwellingup Visitor Centre. Visitors are encouraged to telephone the number below for information required.
Explore the beautiful historic setting of Edenvale Homestead, one of the earliest settled localities in Western Australia. Edenvale (established 1860) is the former home of the McLarty family and most notably the childhood residence of Sir Ross McLarty, a previous Premier of WA. The bustling country town of Pinjarra is a delight to explore. Enjoy a riverside walk through Cantwell Park, check out the famous pedestrian suspension bridge or follow the Pinjarra Heritage Trail. Pinjarra also has a free RV Dump Point and 24 hour stop over area located adjacent to the Heritage Train Station on Pinjarra Williams Road.
Pinjarra Visitor Information Point is operated remotely by the staff of Dwellingup Visitor Centre. Visitors are encouraged to telephone (08) 9538 1108 for information required.
There is ample car parking in Murray Street car park to the rear of Edenvale Homestead and has an adjacent public toilet facility.