Temporary Closure | Visitor Centre and Information Point

Due to COVID-19 developments and in line with stage one Australian and State Government social distancing directions, our Visitor Serving facilities are closed until further notice.

An information service is still available. Please get in touch with our friendly staff:

Dwellingup History and Visitor Information Centre

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. Housed in a modern, timber-framed building, Dwellingup History and Visitor Information Centre is fully accessible to wheelchair users. It stocks a comprehensive selection of maps and guides as well as many locally made postcards, gifts and souvenirs and offers visitors free WIFI and a charging station for mobile devices . The friendly and helpful staff are happy to assist in any way they can to ensure you enjoy your stay.

The Centre is also home to a fascinating local history museum. Discover the stories of the early pioneers, the history of the early mill towns, the military connections to the former POW camp at Marrinup and the extraordinary courage of a town that survived the 1961 bush fire. There is also a fully restored vintage Mack truck on display.

Opening Hours


9:00am – 3:30pm

Closed Christmas Day

Services currently limited to calls and emails due to building closure


Corner George and Henry Street. 6208, Pinjarra.

Contact Details

9538 1108


Marinup St, Dwellingup


Pinjarra Visitor Information Point

Explore the beautiful historic setting of Edenvale Homestead, one of the earliest settled localities in Western Australia and the home of Pinjarra Visitor Information Point. 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 (currently closed for stop overs due to COVID-19) located adjacent to the Heritage Train Station on Pinjarra Williams Road.

Pinjarra Visitor Information Point is housed inside the Murray Arts and Crafts Shop at Edenvale Homestead. Look for the yellow flags! The Information Point is operated remotely by the staff of Dwellingup Visitor Centre.  It contains a wide selection of information on the local area and wider Peel Region. The Information Point also has a touch screen information point and a visitor computer with internet access. The Murray Arts and Crafts volunteers on duty will endeavour to answer your queries but visitors are encouraged to telephone (08) 9538 1108 should further information be required.

There is ample car parking in Murray Street car park to the rear and an adjacent public toilet facility.

Opening Hours


10:00am – 3:00pm

(excepting some public holidays)

Services currently limited to calls and emails due to Edenvale Precinct closure

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