Precinct Fast Facts

  • In 1893, the railway was extended from Perth to Pinjarra and was a catalyst for the development of the town and surrounding areas
  • Today, the Pinjarra Railway Station operates as a tourist railway and is served by Transwa’s twice daily Australind service
  • Pinjarra was the halfway point on the South West Railway to Bunbury
  • In 1910, the railway line was extended to Dwellingup
  • By 1911, Pinjarra Railway Station become had become an important junction station with the opening of the Pinjarra to Narrogin railway
  • In 1976, the engine shed at the Pinjarra Railway became the headquarters for the Hotham Valley Railway
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