York Visitor Centre is open, they will be adhering to social distancing regulations with one person / couple / family per room - with a maximum of thee people per room.
Your journey starts here in historic York, WA’s first inland town established in 1831, just 97kms from Perth.
Meander along Avon Terrace and encounter heritage buildings that encapsulate 19th century Victorian and Edwardian architecture including Sergeant’s Pharmacy, Castle Hotel, Settlers House, the Old Post Office and the York Town Hall, home to York’s Visitor Centre.
Discover York’s Residency Museum, the Courthouse Complex and York Motor Museum, just some of York’s many attractions. Dine at one of York’s cafés’ or historic hotels or take a picnic to Avon Park next to the river and suspension bridge, originally built by York’s convict colony.
York’s range of accommodation is as expansive as its history offering single rooms, family cottages, luxury packages and free RV parking at Avon Park (Lowe St).
Experience York’s many festivals, including the annual York Motorcycle Festival, The York Motor Show and YorKids winter festival. Immerse yourself in art and culture at the annual Art and Craft Awards, York’s Photographic Awards and The York Festival. Visit York’s markets in Peace Park on the second Saturday of every month.
During spring ask the Visitor Centre staff where the best locations are to see vast arrays of wildflowers or ask about one of York’s many walk trails.
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Days and Good Friday