Pinjarra Courthouse – National Trust Property
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About this site: Built on the site of the original 1864 courthouse, the one we see today was constructed in the mid 1930s by the Public Works Department. It is a key heritage building on the main street of town along with the adjoining Post Office and Police Station. Its use as a court building ceased in 2003. It continues to be used for community purposes and can be viewed externally.
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