York Town Hall 

81 Avon Terrace, York 

Home of the York Visitor Centre, the Town Hall was constructed in 1911 and is a significant part of York’s townscape and a fine example of Edwardian opulence, with its columns, ornate facade and significant fanlight over the main entrance.

Available for function bookings, phone 9641 2233 for details.

York Town Hall Tours

Step back in time and explore the magnificent York Town Hall. Gold rushes in Southern Cross, Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie from the 1880's onwards meant boom times for York as it was the last point to buy supplies for the long journey.

Businesses prospered and York became an important place which resulted in the town's growth, while creating civic pride and prosperity in the community. York consolidated its identity in 1911 with the construction of this magnificent Town Hall. 

Join us whilst we take you on a journey through the past history of the Town Hall, reimagine the days of wealth and prosperity, it's halcyon and hey days, find out the meaning behind the listing of the names on the honour boards, and feel the presence of persons unknown as we recount tragic tales surrounding the legendary "permanent residents" of the Town Hall. Accessing all areas, this tour enables you to get up close to one of Western Australia's most iconic buildings including visiting areas not generally available for public access. 

Bespoke Town Hall Tours can be conducted by prior arrangement.  Group Bookings - min. 4 persons max. 25 per tour. Available 7 days a week $7.50 adults/ $6.50 concession. Accompanying group guides and companion card holders Free of Charge.

For further details and bookings phone 9641 1301.

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