Western Australia

Visitors can get rare insights into Western Australia’s rich colonial heritage here at Pingelly. The Moorambine Heritage Trail starts at St Patrick’s Church, built in 1871 and still in use today. The Courthouse Museum was built in 1907 and it now houses historic photographs and local memorabilia. Just 26km north-west of Pingelly on the western edge of the Central Wheatbelt, the Boyagin Nature Reserve is an important remnant of natural bushland offering picnic and bushwalking activities.

Pingelly Attractions

  • Pingelly Community Craft Centre
  • Court House Museum
  • Pioneer Park
  • Apex Lookout
  • Cross on the Hill
  • Tianco Emu Farm
  • Moorumbine Heritage Townsite and St Patrick’s Anglican Church
  • Boyagin Nature Reserve
  • Tutanning Flora and Fauna Reserve
  • Dryandra Woodland
  • Pingelly Recreation & Cultural centre (PRACC)
  • Pingelly Age Appropriate Accommodation (PAA)
  • Pingelly Primary Health centre (PPHC)

Facilities in this Town:

  • • Bank
  • • Information Centre
  • • Medical Facilities
  • • Nature Reserve
  • • Petrol Station
  • • Pingelly Age Appropriate Acommodation
  • • Pingelly Primary Health Centre
  • • Pingelly Recreation & Cultural centre
  • • Pub/Tavern
  • • Public Toilets
  • • Supermarket

Connect with this town

Local Information Centre:

Pingelly Community Resource Centre

18 Parade Street
Pingelly WA 6308
Phone: (08) 9887 1409

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 4:00pm

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