About the Town
Toodyay is a Heritage listed town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. So many of the old buildings are of interest, particularly the Old Gaol, Connors Mill and St. Stephens Church. For more details about these sites contact the Tourist Information Centre on 7 Piesse St. beside Connors Mill.
Toodyay has a range of fascinating shops & galleries which include:
Uniquely Toodyay in the old Post Office which has a large range of products that are unique to the region. They are open every day from 10am to 4pm and offer produce, art, crafts, pottery and leather work, as well as alpaca wool & products, jewelry and much more.
Some Eateries Include:
Cola Cafe – Hearty breakfasts and lunches – Open daily
Wendouree Tea Rooms – Morning and afternoon teas, breakfast & lunch.
Toodyay Bakery – the Best in the West
Freemasons Hotel -Lunch & dinner
Indian Restaurant – Lunch & dinner + take away
Fish & Chips – near IGA
Toodyay also has an IGA (Supermarket) store which is open 7 days, from 7am until 7pm and a Pharmacy, which is open 7 days 9am until 6pm.
We stayed recently with three energetic boys. They had a wonderful time feeding the animals picking the oranges a tractor ride and the highlight building a bonfire. We toasted marshmallows by the fire with friends at night.
Recovering from a couple of broken ribs and in a lot of pain, I nearly didn't go away with my friends. I was comfortable, lots of soft fluffy pillows and a light weight warm quilt (which on all beds) ensured that I had a restful sleep. I was more comfortable than in my own bed at home.
We have just returned from a wonderful weekend away at the Limes. We had such a wonderful time!