The heritage wheatbelt town of Beverley is 130 kilometres east of Perth on the Avon River. Founded in 1838, Beverley is one of Western Australia's oldest settlements.

Today Beverley is a quiet agricultural town with a proud history - for visitors it is a chance to experience life in a heritage country town. Stroll down the main street and admire the variety of architectural styles. Go for a flight in a glider or try out the golf course and take the kids to explore the banks of the Avon River. Visit the Station Gallery and meet the artist in residence, then enjoy a coffee or a beer and a good country meal!

The wildflowers are starting to spring out of the ground and the crops are looking fabulous,
especially the canola crops. The drive from Perth is very beautiful during the spring months,
so why not take advantage of this time of year and go for a day trip.

Avondale Discovery Farm is now open to the public every third weekend and every long weekend from 10am - 4pm.
There is picnic grounds with free BBQs, vintage machinery museum, homestead museum,
historic oregon stables and of course the resident Clydesdales Robbie and Comet.
Saturday mornings will feature the volunteers in action repairing, maintaining and
possibly even driving some of the tractors. Why not make a day trip, Avondale is situated only 6kms from town.
For more details on the 'Things to do'

For more information on these events check out the Calendar of Events for more details and other activities.


Check "Things to do" for more events in Beverley.

Come and visit Beverley, there's something for everyone!

 
calendar of events Community Directory Business directory Contact details
Last updated 04 September 2014 by Beverley Community Resource Centre

hit counter
Sponsored by the website design guide .