Pinjarra Bakery (Waroona)
Where pie lovers come together
We didn't start out as pie makers or bakers. But our Italian roots have long inspired a love of food and coming together as a family. The same passion you'll find in every lip smacking mouthful of a Pinjarra Bakery pie, pastry or dessert we create.
Since more than 20 year, our family has been producing award-winning goodness. We're proud of what we've achieved and stand by our belief in creating simple, feel good food to be enjoyed. Our signature pies are distinctive and unique, crammed to the brim with tasty fillings you can see and flavour combinations that have become crowd favourites.
Waroona is a town located in the Peel region of Western Australia along the South Western Highway, between Pinjarra and Harvey. The town is the seat of the Shire of Waroona. At the 2016 census, Waroona had a population of 2,934. == History == The town was originally known as Drakesbrook, and was first settled by John Fouracre in 1891. A railway station on the Pinjarra to Picton Junction railway line with the name "Drake's Brook", named after William Henry Drake, an Assistant Commissioner General and original landholder in the area (1847), opened in September 1893 and the town was surveyed and gazetted by March 1895.