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