Pingelly is a farming town two hours’ drive southeast of Perth. This attractive town offers a rare insight into Western Australia’s rich colonial heritage.
The Mourambine Heritage Trail starts at St Patrick’s Church which was built in 1871 and is still in use today. The trail takes you past many old dwellings that further illustrate the town’s pioneering past.
Experience the magnificence of the night sky and journey through the Milky Way Galaxy at Pingelly Heights Observatory.
The Courthouse Museum, built in 1907 is now home to historic photographs, local memorabilia and the unique ‘weather rock’.
Just 15 minutes’ drive northwest of Pingelly, Boyagin Nature Reserve is well known for it’s seasonal wildflowers and natural bushland. Climb to the top of Boyagin Rock for sensational views of the area or follow the story of ‘Wargyle’ who travelled from Boyagin to Perth.
Farm stay, Caravan Park, Hotel and Motel accommodation is available in Pingelly.
Activites and Experiences at Pingelly
- Farm/Station activity
- Sightseeing Clients view the many sights of the area.
- Animal Viewing
- Automatic Teller Machine
- Banking Facilities
- Bottled Gas
- Service Club
- Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
- Public Bar
- Mechanical Services
- Medical Facilities
- Post Office
- Public Telephone
- Sporting Facilities
- Takeaway Food
- Tennis Court
- Visitor Centres
- Places of Worship
- Aussie Lifestyle
- Flora and Fauna
- Historic/Heritage Nation’s historic buildings, monuments, countryside etc, especially when regarded worthy of preservation
- Nature based
Nearest Airport: Perth Domestic and International Airports