Pinjarra Heritage Trail – self guided walkMurray Districts Historical Society in partnership with the Shire of Murray

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Pinjarra Heritage Trail – self guided walk

Embark on a journey of discovery as you explore the tales of yesteryear, and gain a deeper understanding of the rich heritage of Pinjarra along the 1.2km Heritage Walk Trail.

As you wander through the town centre and along the Murray River, keep an eye out for interactive QR codes that offer captivating stories and photographs from days gone by.

The Pinjarra Heritage Trail is an easy 1.2 km walk along the main street of town visiting historic buildings and locations that played an important role in early settlement of Pinjarra.

Starting from the Edenvale Heritage Precinct, the trail includes multiple stops of interest informed by interpretive signage that shares the significance of these important places and sites.

Highlights include the old Post Office (1895) and Court House (1935), St John’s Church (consecrated in 1863 and deconsecrated in 2019), the Old Schoolhouse (1896), the former privately owned Liveringa (1885) and Edenvale Homestead (1888) which was home to one of WA’s early Premiers, Sir Ross McLarty and his family.

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1 Henry Street, Pinjarra, Western Australia

Heritage Trail begins and ends at the Edenvale Heritage Precinct, Pinjarra WA


The self-guided Pinjarra Heritage Trail Walk is available all year round, just download your guide here -

Pick up a copy from the Visitor Point, located at the Edenvale Homestead or from the Shire of Murray administration building, 1915 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra - Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm.

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