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Toodyay - Cities, Towns and Localities
Toodyay is located just 85 km north-east of Perth’s CBD, on the Avon River and is one of Western Australia's oldest inland towns.

Classified as a ‘historic town’ by the National Trust, Toodyay has examples of 19th century architecture that hark back to the colonial and convict past. You can enjoy the history by following the Stirling Terrace Self-Guided Tour, information available from the visitor centre.

The local government area is the Shire of Toodyay, bordering the north eastern edge of the Perth metropolitan region, and spanning an area of 1,683 square kilometres. The region encompasses plenty of cultural heritage, as well as some magnificent natural attractions, that include the Avon Valley, Avon River, and the Avon Valley National Park. There are numerous reserves that along with with national park, put on a beautiful wildflower displays during the spring months.

Check out our listing of Toodyay accommodation, Avon Valley accommodation and Wheatbelt Region accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Toodyay Visitor Centre
7 Piesse Street
Ph: 08 9574 2435


MSN Map of Toodyay, Western Australia
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Toodyay Attractions

Historic Town Walk
• Enjoy the historic buildings in the town by following the Stirling Terrace Self-Guided Tour. Information available from the visitor centre.
Hoddywell Archery Park
• 1027 Clackline Rd, TOODYAY WA 6566 • Ph: 08 9574 2410 • Email
• Established in 1978 is Hoddywell Archery Park. Australia's first Public Archery Park, located 85km from Perth in the Shire of Toodyay. Hoddywell offers 3 public shooting trails, shooting range, caravan park, gas BBQs, food and drink kiosk, archery pro shop and more!
Connor’s Mill
• Built in 1870 by by George Hasell, Connor’s Mill is a steam driven flour mill. The mill was also used to generate electricity and was saved from demolition in the 1970’s. now restored and is within the museum section of the Toodyay Visitors Centre.
Newcastle Gaol Museum
• The Old Gaol Museum was built in 1862 using convict labour. After extensive restoration and renovation, the Newcastle Gaol provides a unique look at Toodyay's history.
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Toodyay Events

Western Australia Events
Moondyne Festival
• First Sunday in May
• A celebration of the darker side of Toodyay’s history with re-enactments, period costumes, and the arrest and subsequent escapes of Moondyne Joe. There are also street stalls, live entertainment and the charm of an olde world carnival atmosphere.

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Toodyay Distance

Distance to Toodyay
• Following are some approximate distances by road to Toodyay:
Albany 477
Bolgart 38
Fremantle 101
Joondalup 100
New Norcia 87
Northam 27
Perth 87
York 62
Distances given are only approximation, they should be verified with the appropriate maps.
The Australian Automotive Motoring Associations also offer select access to travel trip planners.

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