Learn about Mandurah and the Peel Region’s pioneering history and experience extraordinary stories of pioneering settlers, local characters and significant sites.
Built in the early 1830s by Henry Edward Hall who was the first person to develop a fishing industry in the Mandurah district, this limestone cottage was one of the first pioneering dwellings in the state and is now a museum of local history. Open Sundays from 10 am – 3 pm.
Location: Leighton Place, Halls Head
This beautiful heritage precinct in Pinjarra includes a heritage rose garden, the McLarty family homestead and other historical buildings.
Location: 2 Henry Street, Pinjarra
The Dwellingup History and Visitor Information Centre houses a fully restored Mack fire truck and a unique collection of historical items.
Location: 4 Marrinup Street, Dwellingup
Located in the former Road Board building, the Waroona Historical Museum has plenty of information and historic objects about Waroona.
Location: Corner Millar Street & South West Highway, Waroona
Located in Jarrahdale, only a 40 minute drive from Mandurah, the Old Post Office Museum features information on the historic timber town Jarrahdale once was.
Location: 631 Jarrahdale Road, Jarrahdale