Help Shape the Future of Edenvale

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Consultation has concluded

Thank you for taking the time to respond to this consultation. The feedback provided will help inform the Precinct Vision, Plan and Action List Strategy.

The historic Edenvale Heritage Precinct offers unique insight into Pinjarra’s heritage, art and cultural landscape, encouraging community connectedness and participation through a variety of current uses.

To further enhance the Edenvale experience, we’re engaging key user groups as well as the wider community to assist in developing an aspirational vision for the Precinct, one that offers a vibrant, positive and memorable experience for the community and our visitors.

Think:

  • Strengthening existing uses
  • Exploring new opportunities, whilst retaining the Precinct’s charm
  • Encouraging arts and cultural activities
  • Increasing activation
  • Supporting diverse and inclusive uses


How to get involved:

Take the quick survey below and let us know -

  • How you're currently involved with Edenvale (if at all!)
  • The values and themes you'd like Edenvale to embrace
  • Your aspirations for Edenvale's future

Or, use the idea's board to share -

  • Initial thoughts and comments
  • An example of a vibrant and thriving precinct you've visited
  • Any innovative art/activation ideas
  • Inspirational images


The bigger picture:

In 2017, the Shire endorsed the Pinjarra Revitalisation Strategy following extensive community and stakeholder engagement. This engagement process reinforced that the community highly values Pinjarra's heritage character but is seeking increased activity, vibrancy and economic vitality in the town centre and, in particular, arts and cultural experiences and activities.

In order to achieve community desires, the Shire has engaged Place Laboratory, who specialise in place-making, activation, tourism and economic development, to assist with the revitalisation of the Edenvale Heritage Precinct.

Photography: ©Visit Mandurah and Russell Ord, ©Josh Cowling Photography


Thank you for taking the time to respond to this consultation. The feedback provided will help inform the Precinct Vision, Plan and Action List Strategy.

The historic Edenvale Heritage Precinct offers unique insight into Pinjarra’s heritage, art and cultural landscape, encouraging community connectedness and participation through a variety of current uses.

To further enhance the Edenvale experience, we’re engaging key user groups as well as the wider community to assist in developing an aspirational vision for the Precinct, one that offers a vibrant, positive and memorable experience for the community and our visitors.

Think:

  • Strengthening existing uses
  • Exploring new opportunities, whilst retaining the Precinct’s charm
  • Encouraging arts and cultural activities
  • Increasing activation
  • Supporting diverse and inclusive uses


How to get involved:

Take the quick survey below and let us know -

  • How you're currently involved with Edenvale (if at all!)
  • The values and themes you'd like Edenvale to embrace
  • Your aspirations for Edenvale's future

Or, use the idea's board to share -

  • Initial thoughts and comments
  • An example of a vibrant and thriving precinct you've visited
  • Any innovative art/activation ideas
  • Inspirational images


The bigger picture:

In 2017, the Shire endorsed the Pinjarra Revitalisation Strategy following extensive community and stakeholder engagement. This engagement process reinforced that the community highly values Pinjarra's heritage character but is seeking increased activity, vibrancy and economic vitality in the town centre and, in particular, arts and cultural experiences and activities.

In order to achieve community desires, the Shire has engaged Place Laboratory, who specialise in place-making, activation, tourism and economic development, to assist with the revitalisation of the Edenvale Heritage Precinct.

Photography: ©Visit Mandurah and Russell Ord, ©Josh Cowling Photography