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York Attractions


York Mill Markets
York
Come and enjoy the experience at the all new York Mill Markets. The York Mill Markets are located within the East Shed of the Old York Flour Mill site which was established in 1892.
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Categories: Markets;
York Town Hall
York
York Town Hall was built in 1911 and is a significant part of York
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Uniting Church - York
York
The historic Uniting Church - York is a charming gothic style granite stone church which was built in 1888. Driving down York Street, your eyes will be drawn to the magnificent building, which holds a prominent position in the town and adds to the beauty of the streetscape.
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Categories: Landmarks and Buildings;
The York Residency Museum
York
Convicts, ceramics and Chinese market gardeners are just a few of the fascinating subjects revealed at The York Residency Museum, York's treasure-house of history.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
St Patrick's Church
York
The present St Patrick's Church's foundation stone was laid on St Patrick's Day, 1875, and completed in 1886. The church was built of local stone in Gothic Revival design and features imported stain glass windows which were imported from Italy.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Sandalwood Yards and Tipperary School
York
Sandalwood Yards and Tipperary School is the site of the depot for sandalwood, which was transported to Fremantle, then shipped to Asia for incense and oil. Hundreds of cutters made a living bush felling the wood in the mid 1860s. Very little sandalwood, an extremely slow growing plant, remains today.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Mount Brown Lookout
York
Mount Brown Lookout which is 342 metres above sea level is within five minutes of the York town site and is reached via Pioneer Drive.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Holy Trinity Church
York
Holy Trinity Church in York is one of the oldest Anglican churches in Western Australia. The historic church was built using handmade bricks in the 1850s and sits amidst picturesque grounds overlooking the Avon River.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Gwambygine Park
York
Gwambygine Park is on one of the few remaining permanent pools of the Avon River, just 10 kilometres south of York along the road to Beverley. Permanent pools are vital for the survival of local wildlife during Western Australia's long, dry summers.
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Categories: Parks and Gardens;
Avon Park
York
Avon Park is situated in Low Street on the banks of the Avon River. This park is ideal for visitors to relax and enjoy a barbecue or picnic. At one end of Avon Park is the Suspension Bridge built in 1906. The bridge provides a foot crossing over the Avon River.
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Categories: Parks and Gardens;

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