Holiday houses in Toodyay

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Popular amenities for Toodyay holiday rentals

Stay near Toodyay's top sights

Toodyay Bakery12 locals recommend
Victoria Hotel Toodyay5 locals recommend
The Cola Café and Museum3 locals recommend
Toodyay IGA5 locals recommend
Christmas 3605 locals recommend
Toodyay bar and grill3 locals recommend

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Toodyay

  • Total rentals

    20 properties

  • Wi-Fi availability

    10 properties include access to Wi-Fi

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    10 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    10 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    850 reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $109 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Toodyay

All About Toodyay

Tucked away among the undulating farmlands of Western Australia, Toodyay is where people come to reconnect with nature — its very name, in fact, is derived from the Noongar word to mean “place of plenty.” As one of Western Australia’s oldest cities, Toodyay is steeped in history. With a yearly festival dedicated to a notorious bushranger and over 100 sites of historical significance in and around the city, Toodyay provides an insight into what life was like in Western Australia some 150 years ago. Check out the range of heritage trails and the original steam-driven Connors Mill.

Carpets of protected native wildflowers draw nature lovers from near and far, while the region’s clear skies make it a haven for astronomy aficionados. For those with more cultural enthusiasms, there are plenty of places around town to admire locally crafted ceramics and artwork. Scenic drives around the Avon Valley take in rolling countryside and the charming towns of York and Northam.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Toodyay

Toodyay is famous for its breathtaking wildflower display, which occurs each spring, when sweet fragrances abound as orchids, everlastings, and blue leschenaultia blanket the peaceful countryside. May means a step back in time for the residents of Toodyay and the surrounding Avon Valley. Every year the town is transformed to pay homage to its history during the popular Moondyne Festival. The event commemorates a notorious bushranger from the area, featuring a costume parade, plenty of live music, and a moustache competition. Autumn and summer typically experience warm temperatures and little rain, so be aware that you won’t be the only one in town at these times of year.


Top things to do in Toodyay

Stargazing

In Toodyay, there is virtually no light pollution to cloud your views of the cosmos. Hike up to Pelham Reserve before sunset and take in the city vista before you settle in with a meal and a drink for an amazing light show.

Living History Walking Trails

Toodyay has a network of hiking and walking trails for all fitness levels called the Living History Walking Trails. Each trail varies in length, with the shortest taking around 10 minutes and the longest about an hour. Stop in at places like the Newcastle Gaol or Connor’s Mill to learn about what everyday life was like for Toodyay’s former residents.

Avon Valley from a Hot Air Balloon

Toodyay offers exceptional sights no matter where you turn, but there’s one view you won’t soon forget. Climb aboard a hot air balloon and admire Avon Valley from above. Rolling hills and pink skies make sunrise rides a local favourite. Wake up early and watch the sun rise from above for a truly unforgettable view.

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