"Bridgedale", the first home built in the region, has been beautifully restored and is surrounded by pleasant gardens and scenic walks.
"Bridgedale" was the first house built in the town site of Bridgetown, and as such has been acquired by the National Trust of Australia. It originally stood in ten acres of freehold land purchased from the crown by John Blechynden.
"Bridgedale", the first home built in the region, has been beautifully restored and is surrounded by pleasant gardens and scenic walks. more
Eden Spring Herbs is located in the Southwest in Bridgetown and is run by Josef and Beate Griessler. The garden is situated on a hillside with picturesque views in a peaceful and quiet atmosphere. more
The Cidery celebrates the rich history of Bridgetown's apple industry. more
Bridgetown lies on the Blackwood River 267km south of Perth. With its temperate climate and high rainfall Bridgetown is surrounded by lush forests and wildflowers. Bridgetown is a small town with a population of only 2,200. more
The Bridgetown CRC is a not-for-profit community based organisation, run by the community, for the community. The Centre offers a wide range of services such as, high speed internet, Broadband for Senior, modern computer workstation, photocopying, printing, fax services, meeting room hire and lots more. It is also a Centrelink, Medicare and DVA agent and offers access to government information at all levels. It is part of a state wide network of Community Resource Centres. more
Measuring at 963km, it is Western Australia's longest walking trail. Starting in Kalamunda, near Perth, and winding it's way down south to Albany. There are sleeping shelters located all along the track. more
It is the only gallery of jigsaws in the southern hemisphere! more