Dryandra State Forest, located 25kms north of Williams, is 22,000 hectares of timber producing forest surrounded by cleared farmland.
Famous as a habitat of the numbat, Dryandra abounds with a multitude of flora and fauna. Nocturnal tours are conducted Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday by CALM.
This trail was developed by
Williams District High School and surrounding district’s Tourist Group with funds provided by the WA Heritage Committee under the Heritage Trails School Program.
Located along the banks of the Williams River on Albany Highway, the Williams Lions Park offers free BBQs, picnic tables, public toilets and a drinking fountain.
The Agricultural Hall, built in 1898 is presently used for arts and crafts (open Tues, Fri & Sat 10am-4pm) with an Open Day held on the third weekend in October.
Millbrook, situated on Albany Highway, is arguably the oldest building in the area, the back portion being built in 1850 and the front in 1869.