Bridgetown Western Australia Accommodation

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About Bridgetown

The winding road leading into Bridgetown signals the transition from urban uniformity to the unique rural bush scape blanket this beautiful location sits on. Bridgetown is only a gentle 3 hour drive from Perth according to the map – but all that discover this pristine bushland oasis are convinced they are far, far away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Tranquillity, diverse natural flora and fauna, and the tracks throughout the Blackwood River valley offer the bushwalker, bird watcher, sight seer or recreational angler unending options for as long as you care to stay and trek about. The town also has canoeing, tennis and golf facilities for the more sporting visitors.

A-la-carte dining or value for money counter meals – as well as many tasteful cafes – all offering genuine country hospitality and the best of Western Australian produce, give those with a “culinary bias” enough choices to ensure satisfaction for all tastes and budgets.

Bestowed “Historic Town” status by the National Trust, Bridgetown remains loyal to its unique wooded backdrop, oozing rustic charm and a true sense of history with many preserved, renovated and traditionally styled buildings.

Once the fruit growing centre of the state, Bridgetown is now famous for its rolling hillsides, scenic drives, jarrah and marri forests, starry nights and the longest continually flowing river in the state... the mighty Blackwood River.

Check out the Visitor Centre website for more information on attractions and things to do in Bridgetown at

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