Beverley is an agricultural community 130km east of Perth. Beverley is home to 1,600 people. Wheat and sheep dominate the pastures around the attractive town of Beverley at the top of the Avon Valley.
In 1832 land was assigned in the area around Beverley when the Governor, James Stirling, and Captain Mark Currie were granted land. Beverley was established in 1838 the Colonial Surgeon at the time, Charles Simmons, named the town after Beverley in Yorkshire, England.
The Aeronautical Museum covers the history of aviation in WA and features the state’s first privately built biplane which was flown in 1930. In the local cemetery, Aboriginal tracker Billy Noongale, who accompanied the explorer John Forrest on his trek from Perth to Adelaide in 1870, is buried.
Beverley is an agricultural community 130km east of Perth. Beverley is home to 1,600 people. Wheat and sheep dominate the pastures around the attractive town of Beverley at the top of the Avon Valley. more
A nice place to picnic and barbeque among the shady trees, water and birds. There is a playground available for children to play on. more
Community Telecentres can be used to access Telephone, Fax, Email and Internet services and are independent incorporated bodies owned by the community. They provides services which stimulate the creative use of telecommunications and computer technology for information access, education, employment, training and business enterprise. more
Come and visit the oldest building in Beverley, built in 1872 as the "Wheatsheaf Inn". more
Go to the Beverley Aeronautical Museum for a chance to go back and visit times gone by in aviation history. more
Restaurant and counter meals. more
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