About Toodyay WA
Historic Toodyay – the jewel in the Avon Valley
The town-site of Toodyay, WA is located approximately an hour’s drive east of Perth. The name is believed to be derived from the Aboriginal word “Duidgee” meaning “place of plenty”.
Founded in 1836 the town today still displays fine examples of 19th century history including the Old Courthouse, Connors Mill and Newcastle Gaol.
Toodyay accommodation boasts a variety retreats, chalets and cabins to shady caravan parks with beautiful views. Stay in one of Toodyay’s charming old style hotels or spend a night or two in one of our delightful B&B’s.
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Things to do in Toodyay
The main street of Toodyay offers a range of cafes, heritage pubs, gift and antique shops. Don’t miss out on a visit to the new speciality shops in the heart of town. Catch a ride on the miniature railway and don’t forget the numerous attractions and activities just out of town.
Sit back and have a coffee or lunch at one of Toodyay’s cafés, tempt your taste buds with unique traditional European cuisine or enjoy a hearty country meal at one of our pubs. Duidgee Park on the Avon River offers picnic areas with gas BBQ’s.
Toodyay Tourist Information
To find out more about accommodation in Toodyay contact the visitor centre:
Toodyay Visitor Centre 7 Piesse St Toodyay WA 6566 Ph: 08 9574 2435 Fax:08 9574 2431 E; firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.toodyay.com