Lazy River Boutique Bed and Breakfast offers boutique luxury accommodation nestled within five acres of both landscaped gardens and native parkland with direct access to the Murray River.
This is no ordinary bed and breakfast, as the four luxurious spa suites and spacious communal lounge are separate from the host's homestead, therefore ensuring guests complete privacy.
The suites open on to large verandas with stunning views. All rooms have full en suite facilities with spa baths, double vanities and a spacious living area.
A large and very comfortable sitting-room and dining-room with a book library, DVD and CD library, private tennis court, fishing on your own private jetty, kayaking, croquet is available or spoil yourself with massage treatments that can be arranged by appointment.
Treat your tastebuds and enjoy a gourmet dinner prepared by Steve, a Swiss trained chef who will prepare a menu just for you. This will be a highlight of your stay!
Included in the room rate is a gourmet breakfast, home-made cookies, and a turn down service with chocolates.
Lazy River Boutique Bed and Breakfast is located in Pinjarra, a one hour drive south of Perth....
Get away for the weekend or stay for a month at the Pinjarra Cabins and Caravan Park, relax and enjoy.
Couples or families can enjoy a relaxing retreat or the local attractions of Pinjarra and adjoining areas.
We are very close to the Murray River, for fishing, boating, canoeing or picnicking. Pinjarra is a heritage town, well worth looking around. Visit our award winning bakery and many fine eating places or visit the Peel zoo, Abingdon Miniature Village. Take a river cruises down the Murray River down to the Mandurah estuary only 15 kilometres from Mandurah.
At our park we have a swimming pool, games room and grassed play area. Our onsite accommodation, that is our cabins and cottages have full clean facilities. Our caravan and tent sites are treed and grassed; some with concrete pads, there is a full camping kitchen available.
Pinjarra Cabins and Caravan Park is located a one hour drive south of Perth.
The team at the Pinjarra Caravan Park look forward to seeing you in the future. Oliver, Tao, Ryan, Melissa, Deb and Dianne.
At Pinjarra Bakery they like to say their great Australian customers come for their award-winning pies and stay for the service and the treats!
Along with their popular, freshly baked breads, pies, pastries and cakes, customers can choose from fresh wraps, baguettes and sandwiches prepared daily, and hot seasoned wedges. Whether you're in for lunch, a snack, or a cup of beautifully brewed aromatic Silvana coffee, you'll find something that appeals to you.
And just when you thought it was safe to leave, you'll be tempted back inside by their homemade gelato. Because of the owners' Italian heritage, they couldn't resist adding these sweet, creamy treats to their extensive menu. All of their gelato and sorbets are handmade on site, to authentic Italian recipes and using the traditional style.
Drop in for a snack or a meal, or just sit back and enjoy a milkshake or smoothie with one of their mouth-watering cakes. You'll find that Pinjarra Bakery is everything they promise, and more.
Today, these tourist-accredited stores offer three convenient locations - at Pinjarra, Waroona and Maddington. No matter which store you choose you're guaranteed the same Quality Assured excellence across the entire menu....
Head down to Edenvale Homestead on the Western Australia Day long weekend to enjoy the sights and delights of the Pinjarra Festival.
This festival celebrates Murray's distinctive rural history and lifestyle, parading local arts, crafts, produce and recreational activities significant to the region.
The festival boasts an entertainment line-up of headlining acts that will entice all ages, as well as an array of musicians, market stalls, amusement rides and children's activities.
Peel Zoo is a boutique, hands-on zoo, in a lush setting on the banks of the Murray River. What makes Peel Zoo really unique is the 'hands-on experience' you get here. Hand feed the animals, hold a snake, pat a fox, tickle a ferret. There are well over 100 species of birds and animals that will capture your imagination: koalas, wombats, bettongs, exotic birds, reptiles, bengal cats, spotted quolls, possums, owls and more. The huge walk-through aviary and Tasmanian Devils are star attractions.
There are also peacocks, ducks, and chickens that free-range throughout the property. And, because of the native wetland setting, they are often accompanied by spoon bills, ibis and swamp hens. Peel Zoo truly is a magnificent menagerie.
The school holidays is a great time to visit the Zoo and is an awesome location for school camps, excursions and children's parties.
If you can't make it to the Zoo, they can come to you. Ask about their Zoo2U mobile display....
The Pinjarra Race Club conducts thoroughbred racing at Pinjarra Park, Western Australia’s most picturesque racecourse. It is the perfect venue to spend a superb day out with your family and friends.
The Darling Range Scarp forms the backdrop of the racecourse and completes the idyllic country style image. Just a 50 minute drive south-west of Perth and you will experience the excitement of horse racing at its best. If you are looking for somewhere special to spend the day with your family, a place to go on your holiday or just an escape from the city, their shady trees and expansive lawns provide a beautiful relaxing atmosphere.
With their variety of on-course facilities they are able to cater for all your needs. Enjoy a variety of entertainment and activities throughout the racing season which runs from October till May. Themed race days, live music, free children's entertainment, special events, race day competitions, promotions, draws and more are on offer to entertain you!
Get up close to the race track, hear the pounding hooves, and see the silks flash by and experience horse racing at its best. Just relax in a country atmosphere and - catch the spirit!...
The historic homestead of Edenvale in Pinjarra offers an enlightening glimpse into the life of the former Premier of Western Australia, Sir Ross McLarty. This influential Western Australian politician lived in the homestead throughout his childhood and for much of his political life.
The homestead was initially built by McLarty’s father, Edward in 1888. He too had a strong political career, which began six years after moving into the home. Wander around the 17 rooms of the Victorian style house that is considered typical of its era. Examine the quality craftsmanship of its builder and explore the remaining outbuildings surrounding the homestead.
Edenvale is now home to the tourist centre, Murray District Arts and Crafts Society and the Heritage Tearooms. Enjoy a snack or lunch in the tearooms before examining the local works on display in the art gallery.
The picturesque town of Pinjarra is home to many unique historic sites, including the only heritage rose garden in the southwest. Pinjarra is a 90 minute drive south of Perth....
History, nature and adventure can all be found in equal measure in the township and tall-tree forests of Pinjarra - one of the oldest towns in Western Australia.
Taking the Kwinana Freeway or South Western Highway south from Perth, you'll find yourself in Pinjarra in just one hour. From Mandurah, it's just a 20 minute drive to the south east.
Settled in the early 1830s, Pinjarra has retained much of its scenic countryside and timber milling heritage for your enjoyment today, including the Edenvale Heritage Precinct. There, you can browse the Roger May Machinery Museum, Murray Arts and Crafts Centre, Liveringa Art Gallery and Heritage Rose Garden.
Another memorable way to take in the region's history is by hopping aboard the lovingly preserved steam engines of the Hotham Valley Railway (running from May until October) for a nostalgic ride along the old timber milling route between Isandra Siding and Dwellingup.
Pinjarra is also home to Peel Zoo - a unique boutique zoo offering a 'hands-on' feeding, holding and patting experience. There are more than 100 species of birds and animals to encounter there, including koalas, wombats, dingos, Bengal cats and spotted quolls.
After good Winter rains, you can step up the pace with a paddle down the Murray River rapids in a kayak, while year-round thrills can be found by taking the plunge with a skydiving experience. Or join the locals for race day at the historic Pinjarra Race Club, which has played host to an array of thoroughbred and harness racing events since 1891.
Catering to all who stop to enjoy Pinjarra's hospitality, many of the town's beautifully restored historic buildings now house cafes, tearooms, restaurants and charming accommodation. You'll also find budget-friendly options at the caravan park, motel and chalets.
Visit in November, and you'll also be treated to some country-style fun at the annual rodeo. Or plan your trip for June to coincide with the popular Pinjarra Festival.
The Pinjarra Motel accommodation is clean, neat and tidy, and has all of the conveniences that will make your stay in Pinjarra an enjoyable and comfortable one.
The motel has a cosy licensed restaurant, an outdoor tropical pool, and a covered veranda area for barbecues and get-togethers. Each of their rooms is self-contained, with big screen televisions, modern bathrooms, miniature kitchens and a guest information pack. The motel also has laundry facilities.
Pinjarra is located one hour from Perth, in the heart of the Peel Region, and central to many of the area's attractions, and ten minutes from Mandurah. Lush green surrounds, small town charm and a host of great activities, are what makes Pinjarra a great place to holiday, or even just visit for the night....