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Staying at Serenity Gully is not just about the luxury glamping accommodation. There's so much to do. Bridgetown and Greenbushes Shire is filled with amazing places to explore. You'll think you've been transported to country England with the rolling hills and stunning scenery.

Visit Bridgetown Discovery for even more suggestions and booking info

Bridgetown canoeing

Blackwood River Canoeing 

Glide through pristine landscapes as you paddle the Blackwood River, the mighty heart of WA's South West. This gentle, winding waterway, stretching from Wagin to Augusta, invites you to soak in breathtaking scenery at your own pace. Every bend promises a new vista; a paddle you'll never forget.

Bridgetown Art Trail

Bridgetown Art Trail

The Bridgetown Art Trail was conceived with the goal of bringing community art to the public. Existing art pieces have been joined by new installations, creating a trail of artworks along a 4 kilometre stretch of Bridgetown’s streets. Free self-guided tour

Bridgetown old

Bridgetown History Walk

Step back in time in charming Bridgetown, the Southwest's sole Heritage Town! This easy 1.7km stroll reveals historic gems, from quaint cottages to whispering tales of of the past and the timber heritage of a country town. Your included Museum entry unlocks the past.


Brierley Jigsaw Gallery

A unique puzzle lovers treasury of jigsaws of all kinds from all corners of the world. Housing the world’s smallest wooden jigsaw and the world’s largest (2017) you can enjoy puzzles on show and get interactive at the puzzle tables.




Dive into crystal-clear paradise! Southern Forests beckon with hidden swimming holes near Greenbushes, Pemberton, Collie and beyond. Discover refreshing plunge pools or bask beside serene rivers. Each dip promises an escape into the region's wild beauty.

Bridgtown River Markets

Bridgetown Markets

Bridgetown River Park Markets boast an eclectic, effervescent stallholders, with a mix of fresh fruit and vegetables, locally-made produce, arts & crafts, clothing, jewellery and collectables. Every 2nd Sunday morning 7am –12pm


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