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York is a town in the Avon Valley area of the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.


York was the first Western Australian inland town founded by the British, in 1831. Many of this picturesque town's oldest buildings have become heritage listed, making its 19th century architecture one of its key attractions.

Get inEdit

York can be either reached via Tourist Drive 254, or State Rte. 120. Both are pretty straightforward routes, with little bends and curves in them.

Get aroundEdit

Map of York (Western Australia)



York has many cafes and galleries. You can visit them during opening hours on weekends from 9am to 4pm as for week days hours are subject to change due to volunteers availability and turnover on a weekday.



  • 1 Settlers House, 125 Avon Terrace, York 6302, Australia, +61 8 9641 1884. A nice pub, and a large hotel. The 'heritage' rooms are on the nicer courtyard, and the other rooms are on a separate courtyard with a swimming pool. Both are two-storey. The pub serves the usual beers and pub food, and hosts live music (although not every night).


York has more cafes and pubs than you can poke a stick at, so go in and enjoy.



As of Jan 2023, York has a patchy 4G signal from Telstra, but nothing from Optus or Vodafone, and no signal on the approach roads. 5G has not reached this area.

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