Community owned Motor Museum with a fascinating collection of cars and bikes that have cruised our roads and highways for over 100 years! Open since 1979, well worth a visit.
Home of the York Visitor Centre, the Town Hall was constructed in 1911 and is a significant part of Yorks townscape and a fine example of Edwardian opulence, with its columns, ornate facade and significant fanlight over the main entrance.
York's original swinging bridge was first opened in 1888 after petitioning from residents for a footbridge. In 1896 the bridge was lengthened and moved to its current position and has been rebuilt many times due to damage from flood waters.
Walk around the Courthouse Complex stepping back in time. There is also a gallery.
Open Saturdays and Sundays. Taste some award winning locally made olive oil or ice cream and learn all about how they produce their olive oil. There is also a kids playground on site.
Mt Brown is a prefect way to look over the town. Enjoy a picnic the the BBQ area or just take in the view.
See one of the last local manufacturers of socks. There is more than just socks they have a wide selection of hats, boots and other Australian made brands.
The Museum is one of the oldest infrastructure in the region. It covers much of the history in the area including before white settlers arrived.
Maintained by the York Branch of the Wildflower Society, the garden is just a short walk from town.