Mangowine Homestead is an historic homestead in Nungarin Western Australia built by Charles and Jane Adams. It comprises a cottage built in approximately 1876 and has an adjacent building that was constructed in 1889 as an inn. In 1968 the granddaughter of Charles and Janes Olive Warwick handed the property over to the National Trust of Australia and was later opened to the public in 1973.
The Homestead offers parking at a cost of $7 per vehicle per night for an unpowered site and $12.50 per vehicle per night for a powered site. The time limit is negotiable.
Please note Opening times can be subject to change confirm with the property or National Trust Headquarters in Perth ph 08 9321 6088.
Karomin Rd Nungarin WA
Ph 08 9046 5149
Unpwr $7 pvpn Pwr $12.50 pvpn
Mon Fri 1pm to 4pm
Sat Sun 10am to 2pm & 1pm to 4pm
Opening times can be subject to change confirm with the property or National Trust Headquarters in Perth ph 08 9321 6088