Local Attractions

Things to do in Bridgetown

Visit Sunnyhurst or Tin Gully Winery ~ Sip soft cider and Bottlared from the Blackwood Valley Cidery ~ Have a caricature drawn at Fat Arts and Inkling ~ Eat in half a dozen restaurants ~  Dress up in Fancy Dress from Costume Magic ~ Buy pottery at Bridgetown Pottery ~ Book a massage in your room ~ Invest in some fine furniture made by Glen Holst ~ Spend a night at an award winning B&B called Ford House ~ Play tennis on lawn at the Bridgetown Tennis Club ~ Challenge your partner to a game of giant chess at the Boat Park ~ Pretend you are a pirate on the good ship “Bridgetown” in Memorial Park ~ Visit Pioneer Park and read very old gravestones for the afternoon ~ float up the river on a kayak from the Bridgetown Caravan Park ~ Keep fit doing a “Pump It” class at the Recreational Centre ~ Go to Gaol without spending $200 (The Old Gaol) ~ Complete a jigsaw at the Bridgetown Tourist Centre ~ Walk or ride along the Geegelup Brook ~ Play bowls at the Bridgetown Bowling Club ~ Gain inner peace at the Ain Karim Retreat House ~ Gain a 360° view of Bridgetown and beyond at Suttons lookout ~ Visit “Bridgedale” historic home, built 150 years ago ~ or just wander around talking to the frogs, birds or any or every Bridgetonian……..and JUST ENJOY!

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Things to do in the local district…

Walk the Bibbulmun track ~ Have a picnic at the Jarrah Park ~ See the enormous pit at Greenbushes Tin Mine ~ Go out for dinner ~ indulge in a cider or visit a vineyard ~Walk around Harvey Dicksons Music and Rodeo centre ~ feed the kangaroos and emus at Donnelly Mill ~ drive along Tweed road and have a picnic by the old iron bridge ~ Visit the lavender farm, Old Cheese factory and Llama farm in Balingup ~ take a scenic drive through the accredited most beautiful drive between Bridgetown, Nannup and Balingup ~ come for the Blues Festival, The Bridgetown Garden Festival, the Blackwood Chamber Festival ~ the Blackwood Marathon ~ The Blackwood Classic ~ follow the Blackwood River on the backroads ~ and then, and only then visit Margaret River, Augusta, Boyup Brook, Walpole, Pemberton, Bunbury, Northcliffe, Capel, Busselton… any of which are only an hour and a half away or less.