Mangowine Homestead

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Mangowine Homestead in Nungarin is a beautiful historic building, circa 1876. It is a significant icon in Western Australia’s history with an interesting story to be told.

Enjoy wandering the grounds comprising of 10 hectares of natural bushland and meander through the homestead which has been immaculately restored as a monument to the pioneering Adams family who built it and lived there.

The property consists of the first homestead constructed of stone and mud brick, a wayside inn, cellar, wells and a family store. It also contains interesting items of memorabilia relating to the Adams family.

Each room has been restored to its original condition, and is filled with antiques and memorabilia from this era. Mangowine is a historical Western Australian treasure and will be one of the highlights of your visit to Nungarin.

Nungarin is a 4 hour drive east of Perth. There are a range of beautiful historic buildings in the region including McCorry’s Old Hotel, the Post Office, Woolshed Hotel and the Anglican Church.


Barbeque Carpark Coach Parking Picnic Area


National Trust


National Trust


AUD4 – Adult
AUD8 – Family
AUD2 – Concession price for Students and Pensioners
AUD1 – Child or Groups – price per person

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Mangowine Homestead, Nungarin, Western Australia

Mangowine Homestead


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