The historic countryside of the Avon Valley provides an exquisite range of wildflowers in spring.
The areas surrounds Toodyay are particularly beautiful and the Toodyay Visitors Centre provides a local wildflower brochure which includes all our trail maps for you to explore.
Bilya Walk Track
The Bilya Walk Track follows the Avon river for 7.2km from Duigee Park to Nardie Cemetery in Toodyay. There is a grand array of birdlife and scenic vistas of the Avon River. The diverse range of habitats provide for an exquisite range of wildflowers with some unique species.
Created by the Toodyay Friends of the River this marked and signposted walk track follows the western bank of the Avon River for 6.5km from the Toodyay Caravan Park to the Nardie pioneer cemetery. Follow the orange markers as the track passes many features of interest.
It is the best way to access river viewpoints, especially at Avon Descent time. Picnic facilities and seating have been installed along the way. Allow at least 2 hours one way. Conditions may vary according to the season. Bilya means river in Noongar language.The Avon River (Gulgulga Bilya) is a place of great cultural significance to the Ballardong people. Please respect the environment and wildlife. Find out more.
Toodyay Reserve Trails
Visit Toodyay's reserves including Dawn Atwell Nature Reserve, Rugged Hills Reserve, Majestic Heights Reserve, Panorama Reserve and Pelham Reserve and follow their walk trails to experience the regions spectacular flora and fauna. Wildflower sightings include a variety of Orchids, Blue Lechenaultia, Fringed Lily, Cat's Paw, fields of everlastings and more! Click here to find out more about these trails or download the brochure.