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About Toodyay

The hills of Toodyay turn green from May onwards, the flowers start budding and the trees smell beautiful after the cleansing rain.

The town of Toodyay has much to offer during the month of June. Just a short drive from Perth to enjoy the ambience of this historical town.Toodyay has the most amazing misty mornings over the hills, with the birds singing, the river flowing and the beautiful trees flowering.

This is a great time of the year to "Get Away from it all" cuddle up with a log fire, a nice glass of local wine, a selection of locally grown olives, tapenade and macadamia nuts, chocolates from the Ye Olde Lolly Shoppe and enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the Toodyay region.

Take a leisurely stroll through the historical town. There are many eating places to choose from and many activities, artisans, tours and attractions to experience. Call in at the Toodyay Visitor Centre for further information to plan your "Get Away" and to pick up your local produce.

Wander the street visiting the unique shops of Toodyay or driving to a tourist destination to view the work of the local artisans, Toodyay is a great place to be. Three hotels, four cafes and a fine dining restaurant all offering a different dining experience.

For the children, try the archery park where all ages are catered for or enjoy an emu tour, alpaca's or the miniature railway.

Toodyay is on an excellent route to experience some of the best wineries in the Avon and Chittering Valleys. So take a drive, relax and enjoy yourselves.

Follow the signs to Mountain Park

The Avon Descent

Attracting international competitors, the Avon Descent is the world's longest white water event and contains both motor boats and manual powered kayaks. Sit on the banks of the Avon River or watch from the many bridges in and around Toodyay. Feel the prickle of excitement as the competitors battle vicious rapids and harrowing tree infested shallows. Catch all the action in Toodyay.

At the same time enjoy the culinary delights of the International Food Festival at Duidgee Park on the banks of the river on Saturday 2nd of August between 10 am and 4 pm. There is plenty of parking for coaches and a heated marquee awaits you while you dine. Free children's activities, dance demonstrations, live musicians and a live race commentary - a guaranteed perfect day in Toodyay!

The Inaugural Targa West Rally is an exciting and highly prestigious tarmac rally which will be run in various Toodyay locations. This rally is one of the premier motor sport events in WA and will satisfy those seeking the thrill of a world class race. Come and watch world class rally action as it comes to the streets of Toodyay and take advantage of joining the competitors after the day's rallying to share tall stories, engage in lively debate and reminisce over an unbelievable day behind the wheel. A truly unique experience not only for the motor-sport enthusiasts.

The Toodyay Agricultural Show displays unique exhibits by local artists and crafters, demonstrations by local groups and some of the kookiest varieties of farmyard animals compete for the much sought after "best in show" awards. Experience the fun of a country fair with displays, local produce, clowns, sheep dog trials, log chopping competitions, equestrian events, musical entertainment, children's rides, the annual Ute push, Clydesdale Carriage Races and so much more. Enjoy a special fireworks display at 7.30 pm. A great day out for the whole family!!

Spring in Toodyay is an experience to travel for! Only an hours drive out of Perth you can experience the vibrant colours and smells of spring. Take a drive and "Smell" Spring in Toodyay.

The flowers abound in their magnificent colours, shapes, sizes and textures to delight. Walking down Stirling Terrace the smell of lavender permeates the air, the roses are flowering, the air is fresh and exhilarating as the mist lifts from the hills for the day.

The surrounding countryside bursts with the colours of spring, in all varieties of wildflowers, and a vast array of animals and insects. Pick up a Wildflower map from the Toodyay Visitor Centre and set off to delight your senses with this wonderful time of the year.