Toodyay is a small historic town nestled in the Avon region of Western Australia, approximately 80 km northeast of Perth.

For over 45,000 years Noongar tribes lived and moved across the Toodjay valley.

In fact, the area is home to three Native Title groups belonging to the Ballardong, Yued and Wadjuk people.

Noongar heritage and history are very real and alive in the region, hence the work being done of late to recognise the ancient stories of the Noongar people and places of significance, including Red-bank pool, Pelham reserve, Duidgee Park and the Gulguljar (Avon River)