Bridgetown Caravan Park - Southern Forests & Valleys WA

55 S Western Hwy, Bridgetown WA 6255
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Welcome to Bridgetown Caravan Park. Nested in the heart of Western Australia’s South-west, Bridgetown Caravan Park is the ideal base to stay while exploring the near by forests and National Parks, wineries, heritage walks and trails, and some of the state’s most stunning heritage buildings. Bridgetown was recognised as a “Heritage Town” in 2000. Being half way between Perth and Albany, Bridgetown is also the ideal place for a stop over or stay and relax for longer.

Pricing Information

Powered sites $35 a night for 2 people/$30 a night for 1 person ($40/$35 in summer holidays and long weekends)

Unpowered sites $30 a night for 2 people/$25 a night for 1 person ($35/$30 in holidays and long weekends)

One bedroom cabins overlooking the river $115 a night for 2 people

2 bedroom family cabins overlooking the river $ 135 a night for 2 people

Budget family cabin $115 a night for 2 people

Onsite Vans $80 a night for 2 people

Additional $10 per adult $5 per child for all cabins and onsite vans

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55 S Western Hwy, Bridgetown WA 6255

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40 THINGS TO DO WHEN VISITING BRIDGETOWN..........1. Visit the famous Brierly jigsaw gallery....2. Play giant chess at the memorial park....3. Take a walk along the River Walk commencing at the north side of the Bridge....4. Go for a horse drawn wagon ride....5. Visit the old gaol(weekends only or group appointments)....6. Visit Blenchynden house....7. Get fit at Somme creek fitness trail....8. Visit the famous Cidery and taste the locally produced ciders & boutique beers....9. Enjoy a game of tennis....10. Hire a paddle boat, canoe or kayak from the caravan park and explore the Blackwood....11. Visit Levanda grove (olive oil & alpaca farm.)....12. Do the wine trail visiting local wineries and do some tasting....13. Play Chip and Sip (Par 3 golf along the wine trail.)....14. Enjoy a tea or coffee at any one of the 12 outlets along the main street....15. Do the Town Heritage walk(guide book available from visitors centre....16.Do the Geegeelup Heritage trail....17. Visit “Christmas @ 139″....18. Take yourself back to your childhood and visit “Oooh la lollipop”....19. Visit the Greenbushes Discovery Centre....20. Visit the open cut mine veiwing platform at Greenbushes....21. Visit the Greenbushes Pool and boardwalk facility....22. Check out the small museum....23. try the award winning steak sandwich at the Bridgie Hotel(best in country WA)....24. Visit the local swimming pool....25.Take a drive out to Jarrah Park....26. pick up a walk trails booklet from the Visitors Centre and try one of the 18 trails....27. Play golf at bridgetown 18 hole grass green course....28. Go horse riding at Luceville farm....29.Checkout the animal feeding each morming at Lucieville Farm....30. Experience the river markets on alternate Sunday mornings....31. If you are younge at heart, check out the skate park....32. stop at the river park and make a wish at the rotary wishing Well....33. Ask if there is a production playing at the “Bridgetown Theatre”....34. Picnic or BBQ at memorial park, River park or one of the many Recreational parks in the area....35. Take a drive over to Boyup Brook (WA’s Country music capital)....36. Wander through the Bridgetown Pottery gallery....37.Catch a 180 degree veiw from Suttons lookout....38. Listen to the BELLS of Bridgetown at noon and 6pm....39. Checkout the menu window at the visitors centre for a choice of local dining....40. Pick up a Scenic drive map from the VC for a selection of local drive trails (especially in wildflower season.)

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