Connors Mill

Location: 7 Piesse Street, Toodyay, WA,6566

1870's museum displays working historic machinery and an interpretative display of the mill's operations and life.

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Description

Connor's Mill, with its operational historic machinery, demonstrates for visitors the process of turning wheat into flour. It retells the stories of the many families whose lives revolved around this grand convict era building.

The triple-storey and brick mill was constructed 1870 and owned by land owner and businessman Daniel Connor from this time until 1898. The building operated as a steam-powered flour mill for around 50 years before being converted to a power house in the 1920s.

Today, this museum displays working historic machinery and an interpretative display of the mill's operations and life.

Connor's Mil will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day . New Years Day and Good Friday.Open7 days a week: 9am - 4 pm. Admission Fees Adults: $3.00, Family pass: (2 adults, 2 children) $10.00.
Enquiries and Bookings to Toodyay Visitors Centre Tel: +61 08 9 5742435 or Fax: +61 08 9 5742431
Guided tour can be provided (minimum 10 people) on weekdays at no extra charge.

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Directions

Directions: Located next to the Visitor Centre, corner Stirling Terrace and Piesse Street. Entry through the Visitor Information Centre.