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Toodyay

Visitor Centre:
Toodyay Visitor Centre
7 Piesse Street
Phone: (08) 95742435
Visitor website: www.toodyay.com
General:
Toodyay, just 80 kms from Perth, is ideal for a great day trip or weekend getaway. This relaxed region is where you'll find lush natural bushland as well as wineries, country gardens and food producers. Make a visit to our historic museums Connor’s Mill and Newcastle Gaol. Accommodation is plentiful and will cater for all preferences. Lunch at one of our beautiful picnic spots or stop for a bite at one of our restaurants and cafes. Check out the local Visitor Centre which offers all types of souvenirs including Indigenous art, pottery, local produce, jewellery and much more!
Attractions:
Avon Valley National Park
The woodlands, river valleys and beautiful wildflowers of the Avon Valley National Park are always a popular attraction.
Nestled in the hills of Toodyay this area of natural tranquil bushland, boasts the most magnificent bird life and is home to the native kangaroo, emus and peacocks. The lights in the bush at night give this park a very magical and relaxing feel.
Connors Mill
Built in 1870, Connors Mill was owned by ex-convict and businessman Daniel Connor, operating as a flour mill through to the early 1900’s.
It was converted into a powerhouse in the 1920’s. Today the museum displays working historic machinery complemented with interpretative displays of the mill’s operation and life.
Old Gaol Museum
Toodyay boasts some of the finest examples of 19th century history in WA with the architecture of the town still reflecting the early convict era.
The town’s colourful past comes alive when you visit the convict-built Old Gaol Museum, or explore Connors Mill.
Call into the Visitor Centre to find out more about the many other attractions. Discover the peace and tranquillity of Toodyay, truly ‘a valley for all seasons’.
Newcastle Park
Stirling Terrace. See the unique stone monument to Charlotte Davies, the first white female to set foot on the soil of the Swan River Colony.
Old Police Stables
Opposite the Old Newcastle Gaol in Clinton Street are the old police stables which house a variety of old machinery from the Toodyay district.