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Useful resources include Toodyay's Walks and Wildflowers , Wildflowers WA and the 2019 Wildflower Guide (see page 11 for Toodyay).
For a walk with a twist check out WA Detective Trails. They have a downloadable detective walk around the Toodyay town.
Wildflowers abound in spring
Area: 17ha Walk distance: 2.0 kmAccess this reserve from Balgaling Rd and park at the real estate billboard.
This marked and signposted walk track follows the western bank of the Avon River for 5.6km from Duidgee Park to the Nardie pioneer cemetery.
Access this reserve from Coondle Drive and park at the emergency water filling point just northeast of McIntosh Road.
Named after a Toodyay Naturalists’ Club founding member this beautiful, Shire managed reserve has a special conservation history.
Over the decades the word ‘Duidgee’ has become ‘Toodyay’.
This small reserve is accessed from the Toodyay-Perth Road.
The Golf course land is Shire owned covering nearly 200 ha of some of the most rugged terrain in the district.
Access this reserve from either Louisa Circle or Grevillia Place and follow the boundary fire break
7 Piesse Street
TOODYAY WA 6566
PO Box 96
TOODYAY WA 6566
Opening hours:Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am to 3.30pm
Phone Number:(08) 9574 9380
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