Free Entry Weekends at Old Blythewood

Wander through the lovely gardens at the old homestead overlooking the Murray River.

Learn more about John and Mary Anne McLarty who were amongst the first Europeans to settle in the Murray district, developing the property as a farm, hotel and post office. Ask for a guided tour through Blythewood’s beautiful gardens.

Enquiries to Old Blythewood on 08 9531 1485.

Enjoy free entry during weekends to National Trust properties in WA during the festival. Take advantage of this offer to discover Wonnerup in Busselton or Ellensbrook in Margaret River.


Event dates

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Old Blythewood, 6161 South Western Hwy, Pinjarra

Sat 10.30am-3.30pm, Sun 12.30pm-3.30pm

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