York Visitor Centre, located inside the York Town Hall, is a nationally accredited tourism business providing a full range of visitor services including:

Local knowledge and expertise
York's EAT SHOP STAY PLAY information
Town and regional maps
Festival and Event information
Heritage and nature walk brochures
Wildflower and Canola information

The Town Hall is York’s most photographed building. Visitors are welcome to view the main hall floor, jarrah staircase and upstairs dress circle. Built in 1911, the Town Hall is one of WA's finest examples of Edwardian opulence, featuring elaborate columns, facades, pressed tin ceilings and original clock face.

York Visitor Centre now offers two bespoke Guided Tours.
The Town Hall tour enables you to get up close to one of WA's most iconic buildings, visiting areas not generally available for public access. Join their guide whilst they take you on a journey through the past history of the Town Hall, reimagine days of prosperity, find the meaning behind the listing of names on the honour boards, and feel the presence of persons unknown as they recount tragic tales surrounding the legendary "permanent residents" of the Hall.
Avon Terrace Walking Tour (60mins) explores York's captivating past, historical streetscapes and diverse architecture. This walking tour will discover York's significant landmarks, rare convict- built buildings, and hear tragic tales of feuding families.