Theme (Post#12) : Heritage Building – Imperial Hotel (York, WA)
Photos of the day are all about 132 years old Imperial Hotel located at the old town of York in Western Australia. The hotel was closed down for years and its one of the national heritage building to see while walking along Avon Terrace (main street of York). During the tour, the building still closed. It was recently reopened this year after it was bought and renovated by group of farmers in the town with the spirit to revived tourism. Currently, the hotel combines restaurant and accommodation business to attract guests and visitors. Based on history Imperial Hotel was built in 1886 during the gold rush period of the state and has Victorian Filigree style. I can say that the hotel is located strategically in the town as its also near in the railway station in Juaquina Street. These photos are part of Wheatbelt Region Tour October 2016.
Photo : heritage building, hotel, Imperial Hotel (York, WA)
Location : 83 Avon Terrace, York WA 6302, Australia
1. Join Day Tours from Perth or
2. Take bus from Transwa Bay East Perth to Esperance or Albany and get off at Joaquina St in York Town
3. Take train from Perth Station to Midland Station, then exchange train from Midland Station to Joaquina St Station in York.
Official Website : None
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