Welcome to Bridgetown!!
is located in the beautiful Warren Blackwood region 270 km
south of Perth. The town was gazetted in June 1868 by surveyor Thomas
Carey. Bridgetown still retains many historic buildings today. In the
early days Bridgetown relied on agricultural pursuits such as sheep
farming and timber. In 1892 a gold rush brought prosperity to the town.
Nowadays the tranquil and picturesque
landscape appeals to tourists and residents alike. There are many
bush walking and picnic opportunities in the area.
The area is also known for Blues at
Bridgetown, Festival of Country Gardens and
the Blackwood Marathon.
the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes was pleased to release a new
brochure outlining the walk trails in the area. Please click HERE
to view this informative and detailed brochure.
Follow these links below
to investigate the local trails:
for a Bush Walker's Code of Conduct.
Please see below for an interactive map: