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Meet Edward Robinson – known for his impactful work as an explorer, pastoralist, developer, and politician, he arrived in Fremantle at the age of four.

Robinson Grove, Bellevue, statue

The Story

Historically referred to as Belle View, Robinson Grove is home to a fascinating past.

In 1886, Edward Robinson purchased 750 acres in Helena Valley, establishing himself as an early settler in the Perth Hills region. Ahead of his time, he founded Belle View Dairy Farm,  developing a dairy farm and homestead residence in 1887.

Robinson Grove, Bellevue, aerial view of the community

Now, his work lives on to inspire greatness. With two heritage-listed buildings on site, the Belle View Homestead and farm stables are a meaningful reminder of the rich past that has shaped the current vision of the estate.

Today, Robinson Grove is a place filled with hope, ready for a future of possibilities.

Robinson Grove, Bellevue, aerial view of the sales office and shed