Perth-Andover is positioned centrally, on the western border of New Brunswick and Maine. Perth-Andover is also a member of Victoria County. Established in 1966, Perth-Andover is comprised of two separate communities that merged together. Often, Perth-Andover is referred to as the "gateway to the Tobique." Perth-Andover saw much prosperity in the late 1800s and early 1900s, following the completion of the New Brunswick Railway. Fredericton is 175 km (108.7 mi.) southeast of Perth-Andover.

Perth-Andover is quite scenic, consisting of a beautiful bridge that travels across the river that separates the community cleanly into two halves. The Old Victoria County Registry Office and Court House was built with sandstone in 1902 and is both an interpretive centre and a heritage building. An 1837 church is now a museum, and displays various artefacts for visitors to see. Perth-Andover also features a golf course, a farmers market, wildlife, many carnivals and festivals, as well as excellent restaurants, great shopping and many more activities.

Perth-Andover accommodations include bed and breakfasts, motels and campgrounds.

Fort Road Motel
111 Fort Rd.
Hanson's Lodge
Long Term
1319 Aroostook Rd.
Robert Baird Memorial Campground
12255 Route 105
The Castle Inn Restaurant and Bar
21 Brentwood Dr.
Perth-Andover Motor Inn
560 Route 190
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