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!

It's that time of year when our local farmers are putting in their crops ready for the winter months.
If you are travelling through the Wheatbelt district, please be cautious of the large machinery on the roads.

Winter is a hive of activity in Beverley, we have the regular monthly markets held every first
Saturday of the month atthe local RSL Club, 50 Forrest Street. Grab a bargain from one of our local producers.

The Dead Finish Museum located on the corner of Hunt Road and Morrison Street
is open on Sunday's 11am - 3pm. The museum has a large collection of of memoribilia from yesteryear and
be sure to check out the gardens.

The winter sports season has begun with local football, hockey and netball being played in town
on most weekends. If you would like to watch a local match, check out the 'Calendar of Events' for sporting fixtures.

Check "Things to do" for more events in Beverley.
Come and visit Beverley, there's something for everyone!

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Last updated 06 July 2017 by Beverley Community Resource Centre
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