Welcome to Boyup Brook!!
Boyup Brook, a short 31 km drive from Bridgetown
and 300 km from Perth,
was declared a
town site on the 9th of February 1900. Boyup Brook owes its name to a
Noongar word believed to mean "Place of big stones" or "Place of big
This is a Shire of mainly traditional agricultural pursuits (sheep,
cattle and grain) and has a past history of timber milling, fruit
and flax (for ropes and webbing). In recent years a larger
variety of agricultural products such as wine grapes, olives and
venison have emerged.
Boyup Brook offers fabulous bush walks and canoeing opportunities in
winter and also a magnificent bridle trail.
Follow the links below to
investigate the local trails:
for a Bush Walker's Code of Conduct.
Please see below for maps and instructions on how to get there.
Brook, Western Australia in a larger map
(long distance bush walking trail)
as well as the
Munda Biddi Trail
(long distance mountain-biking)
pass through this region of unparalleled beauty
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- Partnering for a brighter future.
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