Beverly is one of Western Australia's oldest settlements.

This rural heritage town in the wheat-sheep belt sits on the banks of the Avon River in the Avon Valley, surrounded by tranquil rolling hills, pastures and native bushland. Take a two hour drive east of Perth, through picturesque farmland, paddocks and forests and be transported back in time.

Stroll down the main street and admire the variety of heritage architectural styles. Visit the Dead Finish Museum (open from March to November), which chronicles the early settler history of the town.

Beverly is also the ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and towns, from York to Northam to Avon Valley National Park. Select from a range of accommodation, including bed and breakfasts, hotels and authentic farm stays - the perfect way to immerse yourself in the rural experience.

Beverley Railway Station

Beverley Visitor Centre

The staff at the Beverley Visitor Centre will help you plan your trip with information on accommodation, attractions and tours as well as stocking a range of gifts and locally made products. 

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Explore the Avon Valley

Northam Town Hall, Northam

Northam

Located just over an hour east from Perth, Northam is WA's largest inland town and is home to over 185 heritage listed buildings and provides the perfect base to explore the region.

Toodyay Shopping

Toodyay

Nestled in a valley between scenic hills and on the banks of the Avon River, Toodyay presents some perfect examples of 19th century architecture, while retaining its own unique country charm.

Canola York

York

The township of York, established in 1831, was the first inland European settlement in WA and is renowned for its colonial architecture and heritage precints.

New Norcia, Avon Valley

New Norcia

A true escape, this unique hamlet 130km north east of Perth is Australia's only monastic town. Everyone, regardless of their beliefs, will be stilled by the soul of this tranquil community.

Beverley, Avon Valley

Beverley

Beverly is one of Western Australia's oldest settlements. Take a two hour drive east of Perth, through picturesque farmland, paddocks and forests and be transported back in time.