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      Toodyay: Stirling Terrace

      contributed by JockSwa, taken on 27 April 2015
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      Stirling Terrace is the main business thoroughfare of the wheatbelt town of Toodyay, Western Australia. Nearby was one of the earliest settlements in the state, which was moved to its present site after flooding of the Avon River in the 1850s. The town was known as Newcastle until 1910. Toodyay has an excellent collection of old buildings restored and still in use, making it a very popular tourist attraction and day-trip destination for drivers and motorcyclists. The surrounding roads offer some great riding for bikers (with care!), especially toward the coast, in a state that doesn't boast a lot of good riding country roads.

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