The Mangowine Homestead in Nungarin is a beautiful historic National Trust property which was built in around 1876.
Mangowine is located 14.5 kilometres north of Nungarin on Karomin Road. It is accessed via well maintained bitumen roads. The property consists of the first homestead constructed of stone and mud brick by the Adams family, a wayside inn, cellar, wells and a family store. Each room has been restored to its original condition, and is filled with antiques and memorabilia from this era.
Enjoy wandering the grounds comprising of 10 hectares of natural bushland that also includes a 1 kilometre tourist trail featuring illustrated interpretive signage at nine different points along the route.
There is also a 1 kilometre wildflower trail around the property for people who are more interested in the local flora and fauna.
Why not grab a delicious real coffee and some lunch from Wegner's Rural on the way through to Mangowine Homestead and make a day of it?
Students, Pensioners & Concession $2
Children & Groups $1 / head
Mangowine Opening Hours
Monday 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Tuesday 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Thursday 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Friday 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Sunday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Public Holidays 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Please be aware that the Caretaker does take a week off around Christmas so if you are looking at visiting Mangowine at this time please contact the Caretaker on 9046 5149 or 0427 190 795 in advance.
Group Bookings by arrangement. A building can also be made available to groups wishing to have morning tea at Mangowine.
Ph: 9046 5149 or 0427 190 795 (Caretaker - please leave a message & the Caretaker will return your call as he is not always in the office).
Mangowine boasts an onsite caravan park. with serviced sites and public toilets available at only $12.50 a night for a powered site or $7.50 a night for an unpowered site. Some shady sites are available - contact the Caretaker on 9046 5149 or 0427 190 795 for further information.