Boyup Brook is rich in history and the people of the district have contributed much to the development of Western Australia.

The museum celebrates the rich heritage and pioneering spirit of the region and is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the fascinating history of the Boyup Brook district and its early settlers.

Exhibits and Collections:
The museum boasts an extensive and diverse collection of artifacts, memorabilia, and displays that offer visitors a glimpse into the lives of the pioneering families who settled in the area. The exhibits are thoughtfully curated and organised to provide a comprehensive narrative of the district’s evolution over time.

Pioneer Life: One of the museum’s main attractions is the insight of early pioneer life. Visitors can step back in time and discover period furnishings, tools, and household items. This immersive experience offers an in-depth understanding of the challenges and triumphs faced by the early settlers as they built a community from scratch.

Agriculture and Farming: Given the importance of agriculture in the development of the Boyup Brook district, the museum dedicates significant space to the history of farming and agricultural practices. Visitors can learn about the history of agriculture in the area, the evolution of farming techniques, and the machinery used throughout different eras.

Local Industries: The museum sheds light on the various industries that contributed to the district’s growth and prosperity. From logging and timber milling to mining and other enterprises, the exhibits explore the economic activities that shaped the region’s development.

Whether you are a history enthusiast, a student, or a curious traveler, a visit to this museum promises an enriching and memorable experience.


The Boyup Brook District Pioneersā€™ Museum is located on the site of the old Masonic Lodge and is open on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10am to 3pm. To arrange a viewing for groups or if not open, please call John Walsh: 0439 651 560 or John Imrie: 0439 310 044