Lowe St, York
On the banks of the Avon River, this is a perfect picnic spot. There is a playground for the kids, free gas barbeques, shady trees, picnic tables and seats, and toilet facilities.
Chalkies on South
27 South Street, ph 96411367
English antiques & retro furniture, china, pictures & an interesting
assortment of “stuff”.
Open Fri 12noon-4pm
Courthouse & Gaol
Avon Tce, ph 96412072
Buildings date from the 1840s & include two courtrooms, police station, troopers’ cottage, gaol cells & stable yard.
Open Thursday to Monday 10am – 4pm,
March until December
Great Southern Gallery
Gt Southern Hwy, ph 95726158
The Gallery where the Fine Timber Furniture is made on-site,
plus Art Exhibitions, Pottery, Glass & Gifts.
Open 10am to 4pm
Fri, Sat, Sun & Pub Hols
Gt Southern Hwy, towards Beverley
One of the few remaining permanent pools of the Avon River, just 11 kms south of York. A boardwalk and viewing tower will take you right to the river-pool
and close to nature.
11kms towards Beverley
on the Gt Southern Highway.
Visit the oldest farmhouse, built 1836
In mud brick, lovingly restored.
Open 2nd Sat of the month 11am-3.30pm, April to November
Mount Brown Lookout
A beautiful 360 degree panoramic view of York and its surrounds. It is also a wonderful setting for a picnic & BBQ.
Only 5 minutes from the town center.
Penny Farthing Sweets
Avon Tce, ph 0448022497
Offer an extensive range of sugar free,
fat free & gluten free sweets.
Come and step back in time!
Open Daily 9am-5pm
Perts Pantry produce excellent Olive Oil, superb table olives, preserves & sauces.
Open Thurs 10-4pm & Fri-Sun
9-4pm at The Mill Markets
Sandalwood Yards &
Tipperary School Museum
Sandalwood was one of the early Colonies major exports; Tipperary School Museum was one of the very few remaining single teacher school houses in the district.
Keys available through York Information Services by appointment only.
3453 Spencer’s Brook Road, ph 94444199.
Try a Tandem skydive or learn to skydive with Skydive Express. Offering the latest
equipment, professional instruction & unrivalled facilities.
Open Thursday-Monday 7.30am-4pm.
Lowe St York (end of Avon Park)
The first temporary bridge over the Avon, built by convicts around 1853. The bridge has been rebuilt from time to time and was finally reconstructed in 1988.
The Residency Museum
Brook St, ph 96411751
Originally part of York’s Convict Hiring Depot. With displays changing regularly, there is always something new to see. Try croquet, discover the feely box, try out a stereoscope and lots more!
Open 1pm-3pm Tue-Thur.
11am-3.30pm W/ends & Pub Hols
The Sock Factory
Stephen Street, York, ph 96412122
Proudly, the last remaining manufacturer of socks in WA. Selling a range of Australian made ugg boots, blankets, scarves, jumpers, olive oil products and much more.
Open Mon-Sun 9.30am-3pm
The York Mill Gallery
Broome St, ph 9641 2900
The Old Flour Mill site known as The York Mill has its own remarkable history, and offers fine Gifts, Arts across the mediums, Crafts, Souvenirs, Bespoke Furniture & Iron works services, The Outback Store and onsite Café.
Open Wed -Sun from 10-4pm.
York Motor Museum
Avon Tce, ph 96411288
Established in ’79, the museum is recognized as one of the finest private collections of Cars in Australia.
Open Mon-Fri 10am-3pm,
Sat, Sun, Pub Hol 9.30am-3pm
York Olive Oil Company
Ashworth Rd, ph 9641 2200
Visit the factory shop for fresh Extra Virgin Olive Oil, straight from the press.
“Home of the York Ice Cream Company”
Open 10am-5pm Sat, Sun, Pub Hols,
other times by appointment.
York Town Hall
81 Avon Tce York
Constructed in 1911, the Town Hall is a significant part of York’s townscape and
a fine example of Edwardian opulence.
Available for function bookings.
Phone 9641 2233 for details