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Recommended Attractions in the Bridgetown Region
Difficulty: Grade 1
This trail starts at the Blackwood River Park and is straightforward as it follows the river. You can do 6km return, or up to 8km if you include Bridgetown streets. It is a stunningly beautiful walk, espThis trail starts at the Blackwood River Park and is straightforward as it follows the river. You can do 6km return, or up to 8km if you include Bridgetown streets. It is a stunningly beautiful walk, especially during winter and spring when the countryside is at its lush green best and the river is flowing strongly.
The Rabbit Hole
It’s impossible to miss the colossal billboards, glitzy lights he Rabbit Hole Bridgetown has been designed as a space for art play…. for experimentation with the creative process in all it’s forms….and then the sharing of that art with the wider community. 9 artist studios for the public to watch artists at work and buy art direct from the creator. Plus the Foyer Gallery with an ever changing round of exhibitions of local art AND the cutest little bookshop in the south-west featuring all the best of written art in pre-loved books. Come down the Rabbit Hole and see for yourself Bridgetown’s biggest surprise.
Brierly Jigsaw Gallery
The Gallery houses hundreds of jigsaw puzzles collected since the 1940s. It is one of only two jigsaw galleries in the world, and the only collection of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
Family owned and operated boutique vineyard and winery. Awarded numerous medals. Free wine tasting. The property features an early homestead (circa 1890) which is surrounded by substantial gardens containing many beautiful plants including 700 heritage and David Austin roses. Customers are welcome to wander through the gardens. The gardens are a feature of the Festival of Country Gardens held in Bridgetown and surrounding areas in Autumn and Spring (when a small charge applies).
A mecca of giftware from all over the world, Wag Walters Emporium is an eclectic mix of styles. Situated on the Blackwood River its worth a look and a wander around.
1 Eedle Terrace, Bridgetown
Bridgetown Arts Trail
The Bridgetown Art Trail consists of a collection of street artworks – paintings and sculptures – throughout the town centre. The exteriors of selected historic and public buildings have been chosen to be painted by local artists with their interpretation of Bridgetown life. Also in chosen locations about the town are beautiful sculptures created specifically for their inclusion in the Trail.
Hampton Street, Bridgetown
Manhattan’s most iconic construction offers sweeping, bird’s-eye views of the city from Visit two of Pemberton’s national parks in one day on this 4WD adventure tour. Explore the Warren National Park and marvel at the ancient Karri trees on a guided walk through the forest. Next, take in the highlights of the D’Entrecasteaux National Park, including Dead Man’s Lake, the colorful wildflower valleys (September to November only), and the magnificent Yeagarup sand dunes.
Painting Studio and Display Gallery of Australian Landscape Artist Michael Hodgkins. Features oil paintings of the South West of Western Australia and other parts of Australia by Michael and George Hodgkins. Visitors can also enjoy a sweeping view of the beautiful Blackwood River Valley and farmlands from the country verandahs. A short 4km scenic drive from the centre of Bridgetown.
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