Goomalling Attractions

 

Find things to do, holiday sightseeing, shopping, cultural entertainment, dining out & tourist activities around Goomalling


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Apex Park
Apex Park

2 Grey Street Northam

Apex Park is one of several charming parklands in the historic inland town of Northam. It offers a lovely vantage point to admire the beauty and tranquillity of the Avon River whilst..

Avon River
Avon River

via Minson Avenue Northam

The mighty Avon River is famous for hosting the international annual white water rafting event, the Avon Descent. Each year, hundreds of canoeists and power boaters tackle the gruelling..

Bernard Park
Bernard Park

Heaton Avenue Northam

Located along the banks of the Avon River in Northam, Bernard Park provides a picturesque destination for a relaxing day out. Whatever time of year you're visit brings you to Northam;..

Boshack Outback
Boshack Outback

via Wattening Springs Road Toodyay

Boshack Outback is a secluded and pristine bushland near Toodyay only 90 minutes from Perth. The 350 acre Eco property of lakes, springs, local farm stay with farm animals to feed, Boshack..

Connor
Connor's Mill

7 Piesse Street Toodyay

Witness a working demonstration of the milling process using traditional methods and historic machinery at Connor’s Mill in Toodyay. The three level immaculately restored heritage..

Goomalling Museum
Goomalling Museum

Throssell Street Goomalling

The Goomalling Museum was once the Konnongorring School, a one teacher school, typical of the schools which serviced localised population between the years 1900 and 1940. The school room..

Morby Cottage
Morby Cottage

Corner of Katrine and Stack Roads Northam

Morby Cottage is one of the oldest and best kept historical buildings in Northam. It provides a captivating insight into the life of the first settler to the area. Marvel at the meticulous..

Morrell Memorial
Morrell Memorial

Corner of Goomalling Road and Gillett Road Northam

The Morrell Memorial commemorates the death of John Morrell in 1843. John Morrell’s memorial holds aesthetic value in its simple, white, rectangular structure and its prominent position..

Northam Town Hall
Northam Town Hall

Fitzgerald Street Northam

Walking through the streets of Northam, you’re eyes will be drawn to the magnificent historical building of the Northam Town Hall. Attend one of the many exhibitions and shows at this..

Old Gaol Museum Toodyay
Old Gaol Museum Toodyay

Clinton Street Toodyay

Visit the Old Gaol Museum Toodyay and you will feel like you have stepped back in time with the huge range of original artefacts on display. Explore the tiny cells and get a feeling of what..

Old Railway Station Museum
Old Railway Station Museum

Fitzgerald Street Northam

The Old Railway Station Museum offers an insight into the railway history of Northam and will appeal to rail enthusiasts and history buffs. Wander through the beautiful old railway station..

Pelham Reserve
Pelham Reserve

Duke Street Toodyay

Pelham Reserve Lookout is just half a kilometre west of town and offers wonderful views over Toodyay. The memorial and native plant garden honours James Drummond, the colony's first..

St Johns Church
St Johns Church

Wellington Street Northam

St Johns Church in Northam is a picturesque Gothic style historical church built at the end of the 19th century using locally quarried stone. Capture the perfect picture of this extremely..

St Saviours Church Katrine
St Saviours Church Katrine

Toodyay Road Northam

The historical St Saviours Church Katrine is a charming old stone building just outside of Northam on the road to Toodyay. Examine the skilful brickwork of the church, which has been..

St Stephens Church of England
St Stephens Church of England

Corner of Stirling Terrace and Coomalling-Toodyay Road Toodyay

St Stephens Church of England was built in 1862 for Reverend Charles Harper who had been given a grant of 25 pounds in 1849 to build a church. The church still has pews which were sawn and..

Suspension Bridge
Suspension Bridge

Minson Street Northam

Stretching across the Avon River in Northam, the Suspension Bridge is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in Australia. Stroll along the walk trails leading to the bridge to gain an..

The Slater Homestead
The Slater Homestead

Goomalling Dowerin Road Goomalling

The Slater Homestead was built in 1856 by George Slater, the first settler and farmer in Goomalling, Western Australia. Later in the pioneering days, it became a wayside inn; explorer John..

White Swans
White Swans

Broome Terrace Northam

A unique sight for Western Australia is the majestic White Swans that have discovered a natural breeding ground along the Avon River in Northam. Western Australia is the only place in the..

Toodyay Visitor Centre
Toodyay Visitor Centre

Corner of Stirling Terrace and Piesse Street 7 Piesse Street....

The main function of the Toodyay Visitor Centre is to pass on information regarding local businesses, events, and any information pertaining to Toodyay and also to book tours and..

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