Architecture & Noteworthy Buildings

The many lovingly maintained & restored Homes, Buildings & Gardens from the Victorian and Federation era reflect the charm and character of the town. A leisurely stroll in and around York encapsulates the ambience generated by the living history and quaint architecture. York has a long history and a unique past, with many of its old buildings still being utilised today. It was during the period 1885 to 1900 that most of the town’s impressive buildings were constructed.

Railway station buildings (1885)
Imperial Hotel (1886)
The York Roller Flour Mill, (1892)
Post and Telegraph Office (1893)
Court House and Police Station (c. 1896)
Original York Hospital (c. 1896)
Primary School (c. 1897), designed by notable government architect George Temple Poole
Tipperary Church
St Patricks Catholic Church
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
York Motor Museum
Mt Bakewell Equine Precinct (Formally York Race Club)
York Town Hall
Settlers Inne
Castle Hotel
Residency Museum
Suspension Bridge
Gwambygine House
The Bank of New South Wales (Westpac)

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