Call into the Toodyay Visitor Centre for your free map and let our friendly, experienced staff help with your accommodation and tour arrangements, when planning your visit to the Shire of Toodyay. The Visitor Centre carries a variety of local products for sale as souvenirs or gifts from the creative artisans of the surrounding area.
Avon Valley National Park
The Avon Valley National Park is situated 23kms from Toodyay. The park features forests and granite outcrops with panoramic views of the Avon Valley. It provides a great opportunity to see a wide variety of birds and wildlife. For more information please see the Department of Environment and Conversation's website at www.naturebase.net
Julimar State Forest
The Julimar State Forest covers an area of 28 600 hectares and consist of extensive jarrah, marri and wandoo woodlands. Animals re-introduced to Julimar by the Department of Environment and Conservation's Western Shield program since 1992 include the chuditch, quenda, woylies and the tammar wallaby.
Historic Town Walk
Toodyay exudes the charm of yesteryear with its fine collection of 19th century architecture. Enjoy the historical buildings in the town by following the Stirling Terrace Self-Guided Tour.
Connors Mill and Old Gaol Museum
Connors Mill and the Old Gaol Museum are extraordinary points of interest, depicting early convict era history. For further information please see Connors Mill and Old Gaol Museum.