Museum in Toodyay

Newcastle Gaol Museum

Built in the 1860s using convict labour, this stone complex includes a courtroom, cells and stables, and operated as the Toodyay (then Newcastle) lock-up until 1907. The whole place then fell into ruin until it...

National Park in Toodyay

Avon Valley National Park

Featuring granite outcrops, forests and bountiful fauna, the Avon Valley's eponymous national park is most easily accessed vie Toodyay on Morangup Rd, 23km to the southwest. The Avon River chugs through the...

Museum in Toodyay

Connor's Mill

Start at the top of this stately stone flour mill (1870) on the main street and descend through three floors of fantastical chugging machinery and explanatory displays that cover the milling process, along with...

Church in Toodyay

Church of St Stephen

Tinged with Gothic influences, this rather austere red-brick church opened to all souls in 1862. The old timber floorboards and pews are original – as is the sprawling gum tree out the front, reckoned to be...

Winery in Toodyay


Operating continuously since the 1870s, this trad winery zeroes-in on sticky fortified wines: port, sherry, muscat and Marsala. It's 6km out of town, on the road to Perth.