Mount Brown Lookout, York WA, Australia
Mount Brown Lookout
Pioneer Drive, York
Mount Brown, which is 342m above sea level, is within five minutes of the York town site. Mt Brown provides a beautiful 360 degree panoramic view of York and its surrounds.
It is also a wonderful setting for a picnic and barbecue. Free gas barbecue, toilet and picnic table area is on the right just before the top of the lookout.
Avon River, Western Australia, Australia
Avon River Walk
A great walk central to York Central Business District the whole family will enjoy.
Commencing at the historic swinging (suspension) bridge, this 1.5 kilometre walk trail meanders along the Avon River and features fantastic views towards Mount Bakewell.
Parking is located on Lowe Street at Avon Park, which is also the start of the walk trail. Toilets, barbecue facilities and playground areas are all within close proximity to the trail's starting point.
York's historic Holy Trinity Church is also located on the other side of the swinging bridge. Built in 1854, the church features stained-glass windows designed by Western Australian artist Robert Juniper and an Albert Pease pipe organ of which there are only four remaining in the world.
254 Ashworth Rd, Daliak WA 6302, Australia
York Olive Oil Factory
The York Olive Oil Companyinvites you to visit their factory shop on Ashworth Road, just off the Great Southern Highway. They are located approximately 8kms west of York, and just 90kms east of Perth. Large road signs ensure you don’t miss Ashworth Road.
You will be welcomed by Arnaud, Jenny or Matt who will answer all your questions regarding olives, olive oil and its numerous uses. In addition to their own products, they stock a selection of pickled olives, gourmet foods from France and elsewhere, interesting cookbooks, honeys, olive oil based cosmetics and soaps. Small Stainless Steel tanks, olive wood products and much more…
Inspect their wood fired pizza oven and find out how to build your own and how to use it.
5 Stephen St, York WA 6302, Australia
York Sock Factory
The Sock Factory is a wholly owned and operated Western Australian company that produces an extensive range of high quality socks at very competitive prices.
The main feature of their retail outlet located in Stephen Street, York, is their beautiful quality socks, manufactured entirely in Western Australia. In fact, The Sock Factory is now the only remaining manufacturer of socks left in W.A.
The Sock Factory also sell a wide variety of products which are all Australian brands. The focus is on natural - pure wool, cotton, lanolin & olive oil products & leather goods.
Joaquina Street, York
York Town Hall
York's historic Town Hall was built in 1911.
It is well worth a visit to view its jarrah floors and balustrading and pressed tin ceilings.
The Visitor Centre is located in the entrance.
151 Avon Terrace, York WA, Australia
Located in the historic Old York Fire Station, Barclay Books sells new, secondhand and rare books. Online sales also available through their website. If it's not in stock they will find it for you.
125 Avon Terrace, York WA, Australia
Penny Farthing Sweet Shop
Unique Old time lolly shop with local and imported sweets from all over the world. Very interesting unique display of York history, photos and handmade souveniers.
Lowe Street, York York, WA, Australia
Lowe Street, York
The banks of the Avon River offer a perfect picnic spot with free gas BBQs, picnic tables, shady trees and public toilet facilities. Take the kids to the newly established skate park, stroll down to the Swinging Bridge and walk along the Avon Walk Trail.
York’s original swinging bridge was first opened in 1888 after petitioning from residents for a footbridge. In 1896 the bridge was lengthened and moved to its current position and has been rebuilt many times due to damage from flood waters.