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Our Community Celebrates Philippine Independence Day
Posted 18 June 2021 Our Community Celebrates Philippine Independence Day

Our Community Celebrates Philippine Independence Day

Noongar Burial Ground signage
Posted 18 June 2021 Noongar Burial Ground signage

Noongar Burial Ground signage

Tell us your happy place! 
Posted 18 June 2021 Tell us your happy place! 

Tell us your happy place! 

Julimar Road, West Toodyay – Update
Posted 15 June 2021 Julimar Road, West Toodyay – Update

Works continue to progress on the 800m portion of Julimar Road under construction with spray seal, kerbing, guideposts, mulch and signage being installed over the last couple of weeks

Transcend Trails
Posted 14 June 2021 Transcend Trails

Transcend is a Trail Run through the entire Avon Valley. Starting at Walyunga National Park and finishing at Cobblers Pool, near Toodyay.

Hoddys Well Residents - Notification of Hazard Reduction Burn
Posted 08 June 2021 Hoddys Well Residents - Notification of Hazard Reduction Burn

Subject to final assessment of conditions, hazard reduction burns are planned today (08/06/2021) for parts of Panorama (View) Reserve, Hoddys Well. Residents in Panorama View, Twitlight Brae and Roberts Vale may see smoke nearby.

TOODYAY STREET/TOODYAY WEST ROAD ROADWORKS
Posted 28 May 2021 TOODYAY STREET/TOODYAY WEST ROAD ROADWORKS

As part of the Shire of Toodyay’s Capital Works Program, an 850m section of Toodyay Street (Continuing on to Toodyay West Road) will be reconstructed. Works involve the installation of piped drainage, road widening and adjusting levels to prevent water ponding. The existing footpath will be extended along Toodyay Street to Reserve Road, and a walkable gravel shoulder will then be provided for the remaining distance to Harcourt Street.

Dog Wash and Sausage Sizzle!
Posted 26 May 2021 Dog Wash and Sausage Sizzle!

Toodyay DHS Parents & Citizens Assoc.
Posted 25 May 2021 Toodyay DHS Parents & Citizens Assoc.

Students at Toodyay District High School can play more safely in the sun thanks to the installation of shade sails over the nature playground on the oval.

Visit from Department of Transport
Posted 25 May 2021 Visit from Department of Transport

The WABN Grants program is one of the key actions detailed in the Western Australian Bicycle Network Plan 2014-2031 which sets out a framework for the provision of a safe and sustainable cycling network across WA

Community Development Grant Funding Information
Posted 25 May 2021 Community Development Grant Funding Information

In updating our community and sporting groups, “The AMP Foundation is now seeking talented and innovative Australians who are working hard on a project or passion but are in need of a financial boost so they can take it to the next level.”

Moondyne Festival
Posted 25 May 2021 Moondyne Festival

It has been an active time in the Community Development space with the popular Moondyne Festival returning to Toodyay.

Museum Items Re-homed
Posted 25 May 2021 Museum Items Re-homed

In our December 2020 Shire Community Newsletter article we spoke about our efforts to find a home for some of the agricultural objects that had been gathered at the museum site over the years. These had been identified as being in poor or incomplete condition and had an unknown history.

Successful ‘Famil’ tours  between surrounding Shires
Posted 25 May 2021 Successful ‘Famil’ tours between surrounding Shires

The VC team have been busy visiting surrounding Visitors Centres over March and April. These Famil Tours have been attended by Toodyay, Northam, Beverley, York, Goomalling and Chittering.

Monitoring Feral Pigs in Toodyay
Posted 25 May 2021 Monitoring Feral Pigs in Toodyay

The presence of feral pigs within the Toodyay Shire is well known especially in the Department of Bio-diversity and Conservation Reserves.

Can I have horses without first checking with the Shire?
Posted 25 May 2021 Can I have horses without first checking with the Shire?

One of the most common and enduring planning queries is the keeping of livestock – particularly horses. We also look at sheep and goats for ‘mowing’ purposes from time to time and alpacas because they make for interesting dinner conversation.

A Message from the Shire President - May
Posted 25 May 2021 A Message from the Shire President - May

The big question being asked is what did our new Toodyay Recreation Centre cost?

Toodyay Achieves Wildflower Friendly Town Status
Posted 25 May 2021 Toodyay Achieves Wildflower Friendly Town Status

Toodyay recently achieved the status of a recognised Wildflower Friendly Town. Although in its infancy, the scheme is designed to increase nature based tourism in Western Australia by encouraging local governments to protect our valuable wildflowers and native vegetation along roads and in nature reserves for the enjoyment of visitors and locals.

Census Jobs available
Posted 21 May 2021 Census Jobs available

19,791 jobs available

ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE: Bindi Bindi - Toodyay Road.
Posted 07 May 2021 ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE: Bindi Bindi - Toodyay Road.

The Shire of Toodyay wishes to advise that Bindi Bindi Toodyay Road, between the intersections of Bindoon-Dewars pool Road and Telegraph Road will remain closed until Friday, 14 May. The temporary closure is due to severe damage to the bypass track at the current bridge replacement project.

Social Sports are coming!
Posted 29 April 2021 Social Sports are coming!

Fast Friendly Fun

Moondyne Joe
Posted 29 April 2021 Moondyne Joe

Manager Corporate and Community Services
Posted 23 April 2021 Manager Corporate and Community Services

An excellent opportunity exists at the Shire of Toodyay for an experienced, dynamic professional to join the senior executive team at the Shire.

Toodyay International Food Festival Local Stallholder Applications
Posted 23 April 2021 Toodyay International Food Festival Local Stallholder Applications

Stallholder applications for the 2021 Toodyay International Food Festival are now open. If you are a food business and would like to trade at the festival please email edc@toodyay.wa.gov.au for an application form.

Toodyay Recreation Centre
Posted 23 April 2021 Toodyay Recreation Centre

We have had a fantastic first swimming season at the Toodyay Recreation Centre and it is hard to believe the last day the pool will be open for this season is Sunday, 18 April. Make the most of the last of the warmer weather and come down for a swim or enjoy a BBQ lunch on Sunday.

WANTED Moondyne Joe
Posted 20 April 2021 WANTED Moondyne Joe

Toodyay Road Update
Posted 16 April 2021 Toodyay Road Update

Main Roads continues to upgrade sections of Toodyay Road to improve road user safety and reduce road trauma.

DOG AND CAT REGISTRATIONS
Posted 16 April 2021 DOG AND CAT REGISTRATIONS

Toodyay Rangers are Currently checking dog and cat registrations throughout the Shire.

DO YOU OWN LIVESTOCK?
Posted 16 April 2021 DO YOU OWN LIVESTOCK?

Identification of all livestock is required by law under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management (Identification and Movement of Stock and Apiaries) Regulations 2013 [BAM (IMSA) Regulations].

A PROBLEM SHARED IS A PROBLEM SOLVED
Posted 16 April 2021 A PROBLEM SHARED IS A PROBLEM SOLVED

As Toodyay has developed with more sealed roads, car parks and housing the resulting increase in volume and velocity of stormwater run-off discharge has created a range of environmental issues.

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