Bridgetown Camp

 

 

Bridgetown Camp School Group Accommodation

Bridgetown Camp offers exciting programs to motivate school and community groups of all ages.  Activities programs link to the School Curriculum and Assessment Authority’s (SCSA) WA Curriculum Outcomes.

The Blackwood River Valley, offers tranquillity and breath taking views.  This makes Bridgetown the ideal place for a camp experience.  Or establish a base from which to explore the regions wealth of attractions.

The town has rustic charm with a unique wooded backdrop. Once the apple growing centre of the state, Bridgetown is now famous for its rolling hillsides; scenic drives; jarrah forests.  It also boasts the longest continually flowing river in the state, the mighty Blackwood.

Explore Pemberton (70 km from Bridgetown) which boasts the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree pegged as part of Australia’s Bicentennial in 1988. This 68m fire lookout is situated in the magnificent old growth forest of the Warren National Park.

A 2.4km walk to the Warren Lookout takes in the best of the Karri Forest and the Warren River Valley. The view from the lookout to the Warren River is superb and is well worth the walk and why not check out the Cascades – a long stretch of rapids set deep in the Karri Forest and is an ideal picnic spot.

Beedelup Falls  a short loop walk over both wooden bridge and a suspension bridge gives great views of the falls.

Big Brook Dam

Big Brook Dam is an excellent spot for swimming, fishing, picnics, canoeing, mountain bike riding and games with BBQ and change room facilities, and a 3.4 km walk/ride trail around the dam.

Mountain biking is popular in the Pemberton’s Mountain Bike Park, situated amongst the Karri Forest.

Canoeing & Rafting – students can enjoy a day canoeing.  Alternatively,  they can build their owns rafts, before launching them on a maiden voyage.

The Manjimup Heritage Park provides a unique experience that combines museum and recreation activities.  Discover a series of museum exhibitions and displays that tell the story of the region’s history including the Age of Steam Museum and Historic Hamlet.

The Historic Hamlet also contains History House which is home to the Manjimup Historical Society who collect, record, classifTimber park historic buildings 3y and preserve records relating to the history of Manjimup and the region.

The recreation area boasts generous lawn space, gazebos, barbeques, tables,​ and plenty of shade underneath native vegetation. In the heart of the Park is an awe-inspiring 17m tall lookout with giant slide beside one of the best free inter-generational adventure playgrounds in Western Australia.

The Bridgetown Camp Site can accommodate up to 91, separated into two wings – North and South.

Fairbridge staff will support you to achieve your specific objectives through the design of programs for the students/participants.

Bridgetown Camp, 90 Roe Street, Bridgetown WA 6255

Tel: 08 9531 1177 Email: camps@fairbridge.asn.au

Activities Brochure 2020

Southern Camps Activity Request2021

Bridgetown School Camp Booking Form