Connor's Mill Museum
Connor's Mill is an icon of Toodyay and the legacy of one of the town's most prominent businessmen, Daniel Connor. It is a testimony to Toodyay's busy agricultural industry.
Connor's Mill, with its historic machinery, demonstrates for visitors the process of turning wheat into flour. It retells stories of the many families whose lives revolved around this grand convict era building. There are a number of hands-on activities through the displays.
The Connor's Mill is open 7 days
Monday to Friday from 10.00am – 3.30pm
Saturday & Sunday from 10.00am – 3.00pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday.
Entry via Toodyay Visitor Centre
7 Piesse Street, Toodyay WA 6566
Admission: $5 per person, $4 concession
A family ticket (2 adults & 2 children): $12
FREE ENTRY for Toodyay residents, children under school age, and for Toodyay District High School students
Guided tours can be arranged for groups of 10 or more
Keep updated with news about our activities, visitors, historical information and upcoming exhibitions at Connor’s Mill and the Newcastle Gaol on the Toodyay Museums Facebook group.
Video courtesy of Sean Manwaring Photography
Connor's Mill 150th anniversary
2020 is the 150th anniversary of Connor's Mill. Below are some videos outlining the different era's of the building's history.