Living History Walk Trails

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This brochure outlines 4 self guided walks through the historic townsite of Toodyay, set in the magnificent Avon Valley. The walks take you on a path of discovery of the town's rich history.

GREEN TRAIL: takes you past Connor's Mill, Butterly Cottage and through Duidgee Park before returning via the banks of the Avon River and St Stephen's Anglican Church and Stirling Terrace. Return - 20 minutes

ORANGE TRAIL: is an optional extension of the green trail along Stirling Terrace that takes you past numerous historic sites and to the Catholic Precinct. One Way - 10 minutes

YELLOW TRAIL: takes you via the railway station and Anzac Memorial Park to the Newcastle Gaol Museum, and returns to the Visitor Centre via Duke Street North and Charcoal Lane. This walk also has sections of moderately steep hills on Clinton Street. Return - 25 minutes

BLUE TRAIL: an optional extension of the yellow trail along Duke Street, past the old hospital up to an impressive lookout at Pelham reserve. This walk will appeal to nature lovers. Please be advised that it includes steep hills and a moderate level of fitness is required. Return - 60 minutes

Please note that walking times indicated are approximate. Allow extra time to view and appreciate our heritage buildings and natural scenery.

The Living History Walk Trail brochure is available here or from the Toodyay Visitor Centre.