Australia's Golden Outback Holiday Planner 2022/23


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Memorial Park In the heart of Pingelly, Memorial Park now features purpose-built play spaces encompassing an early year’s playground, an adventure and nature playground for all-ages, an expanded children’s playground, as well as BBQ, picnic and toilet facilities. Pingelly Community Resource Centre Pingelly CRC offers a wide range of services, including Pingelly Public Library, public access internet facilities, printing, desktop publishing, fax and email services to name a few. Pingelly Community Craft Centre Purchase local art and crafts, gift lines, souvenirs, and book and pay for overnight stays at the caravan park while obtaining tourist information. Open from 9.30am. Further tourist information and Shire location maps are available from all retail outlets in town. ANNUAL events

Pioneer Park

Pingelly 158km south-east of Perth along route 120 Pingelly is a pleasant 90-minute drive from central Perth, close enough for an overnight stay or a day trip. Pingelly was settled from the 1860’s, and the Shire is a rich and diverse cropping and grazing agricultural region contributing significantly to the state’s wool and grain exports. The town is picturesque, with many parks, free BBQ facilities and picnic areas, playgrounds, gardens and two RV Dump points. Facilities include a 24/7 medical centre, chemist, supermarket (open seven days), butcher, ATM, community crafts and giftware, op shop, swimming pool (November – March), and dine-in and takeaway food options. Petrol and diesel are available 24/7. Accommodation options comprise of two hotels, a motel and a caravan park. The caravan park has a BBQ area as well as standard park facilities on Sharow Street. Pingelly is a RV Friendly Town with plenty of parking. Places of Interest structure built in Western Australia since World War II. This amazing facility was built using 1,000 tonnes of yellow stringy bark, and contains a bar and bistro, and is open from Wednesday to Sunday each week. The PRACC The PRACC is the largest timber

Cross on the Hill This 15m tall cross was erected by a local farmer and is illuminated by night symbolising peace and hope. Moorumbine Heritage Townsite This picturesque site was originally settled in 1864. Many of the original houses and buildings survive which were built by convicts, such as St Patrick’s Church, which was consecrated in 1873 and is still in use today. Boyagin Nature Reserve Boyagin Nature Reserve is a designated flora and fauna reserve with picnic, bushwalking activities and wildflowers in season. Boyagin Rock rises 50 metres above the surrounding countryside, and is of immense spiritual and cultural significance to Noongar people. Apex Lookout located on Ironstone Hill Offers panoramic views of the town and countryside. Access and parking off Balfour Street. Tutanning Flora and Fauna Reserve Tutanning is world renowned as a sanctuary for the endangered Tammar wallaby, and for hundreds of wildflower species and native orchids.

Australia Day 26 January Anzac Day 25 April

Pingelly Spring and Autumn Markets Further information available from the Community Resource Centre. Tel: (08) 9887 1409.

Pingelly Community Craft Centre and Tourist Information

28 Parade Street Pingelly WA 6308 T: (08) 9887 1295

Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre

Somerset Street Pingelly WA 6308 T: (08) 9887 0092

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