Bridgetown is quite a large town located upon the Blackwood River, about 40 minutes drive from Bunbury on the road towards Pemberton and Manjimup. Situated in a picturesque river valley surround by undulating hills, Bridgetown is subject to cool, frosty winters but pleasant mild summers. As a result, it is one of the greenest and most beautiful towns in the south west. With many gardens and parks throughout the township, numerous walking trails along the river, and some quaint buildings including the impressive Bridgetown Hotel, this town has a lot of appeal.

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Seemingly at home amongst the rolling hills of Bridgetown but probably one of the last things you might expect to see are alpacas. Levanda Grove Alpaca Farm has been breeding friendly and easy to handle alpacas for nearly 20 years.  

The Old Goal was constructed in 1880 by James Gibbs with the Police Quarters being constructed in 1907.ᅠ Both buildings are constructed from brick and iron and are typical of government buildings of the period. The original building consisted of two…

The main street of Bridgetown presents an interesting and very usable landscape for the right circumstances.

A well-known landmark in the heart of Bridgetown, the hotel is an impressive building with original character. The interior has been well renovated and offers a great variety of opportunities.

This historic mill town is nestled deep in the heart of Australia’s South West karri forests, about 10 minutes drive outside Nannup and has potential to provide a complete old town setting, a campsite or simply a unique bush location for…