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The Pioneer Way - Route 120

York

Accommodation


Settlers House
Settlers House brings back the elegance and style of yesteryear log fires, cobbled courtyards, fully licensed Bar and Restaurant. Accommodation in any one of our suites is second to none.
Phone     9641 1884     EmailWebsite




Caravan Park
Mt Bakewell Caravan Park Eighth Road, York WA
Phone     9641 1421    




Visitor Centre - Accommodation
York's range of accommodation is as expansive as its history, offering over 350 accommodation beds from family cottages and farm stays to share facilities and free RV parking.
Phone     9641 1301     EmailWebsite




Hillside Country Retreat
Hillside is the perfect holiday and weekend venue for couples, families and groups in getaway or celebratory mode to avail of our fabulous self-catering cottages. Highly recommended by the Grafjag Team on the Pioneer Challenge.
Phone     0411199541     EmailWebsite


Activities


York Visitor Centre - Play
Play at one of York's famous annual festivals (Event Calendar) or enjoy York's adventure activities such as skydiving, hot air ballooning, mountain biking, geocaching or simply appreciate the towns historic charm with a leisurely stroll along the terrace
Phone     9641 1301     EmailWebsite


Events


Visitor Centre - Events
York hosts a rich array of events with the list maintained by the York Visitor Centre which can be viewe from the web link below.
Phone     9641 1301     EmailWebsite


Food


York's Eating Out Guide
York is renowned for its alfresco dining along the terrace with a plethora of cafes, restaurants and pubs within proximity of the town centre. Further afield there are more hidden treasures to uncover such as the Mill Café, Greenhills Inn
Phone     9641 1301     EmailWebsite


History


Cemetery Historical Walk Trail
A York Society booklet documenting 27 pioneers with photos and accounts of their lives is available from the Tourism Office. There is a map in the booklet, and the walk trail is also signed
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York Visitor Centre - History
The year 2006 marked the 175th anniversary of the State’s oldest inland town of when it was first settled by Europeans in 1831
Phone     9641 1301     EmailWebsite




Ballardong Noongar Budjar
Healthy Country - Healthy People. This document has been developed with the view to representing the perspective and the period of time that Noongar people have been occupying and caring for their Country. A pdf
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Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the York Cemetery
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History of York 1834-1880
Over The Hills. A very detailed history of the first 50 years of York by Rodger Jennings. 363 pages. $72. Order from Peter Bridge, PO Box 317, Victoria Park 6479
Phone     93618667     Email


Museums/Art


Residency Museum
4 Brook St - It's an ideal way to soak up some of York's great atmosphere and find out fascinating stories about local people and places. The Museum is full of lively, colourful new exhibitions, professionally designed and covering a diverse range of theme
Phone     9461 1751     EmailWebsite


Places


Visitor Centre - Attractions
Play at one of York's famous annual festivals (Event Calendar) or enjoy York's adventure activities such as skydiving, hot air ballooning, mountain biking, geocaching or simply appreciate the towns historic charm with a leisurely stroll along the terrace
Phone     9641 1301     EmailWebsite


Useful Links


The Pioneer Way Web Site
A comprehensive web site of what to do and see, where to stay and to eat, and other features in York
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Mingor Photographs
A comprehensive gallery of photographs with links to other town photographic collections
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Aussie Towns Web site
Aussie Towns - York
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