Yass Heritage Town Walk & Drive Heritage Buildings

Explore the town and wonderful architecture that give Yass its alluring charm.

Europeans first entered the Yass area in 1821 and settlement started on the south bank of the Yass River following the Hume & Hovell expedition in 1824.


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The area had a high Aboriginal population and it is believed the name Yass derived from the Aboriginal word “Yharr” meaning “running water”

Maps for both the walk and drive are available at the Yass Valley Visitor Information Centre, alternatively you can undertake a VIRTUAL TOUR of the Yass Valley Town Walk or Town Drive Map.

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Physical address

Comur Street Yass NSW 2582

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Accessible at all times, Most heritage buildings of significance also have a blue plaque that tells you more about its past.

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