Bridgetown History Walk

A guided History walk that delves into the history of early Bridgetown and the characters who lived here. At a special half price rate for the heritage festival.

The area now called Bridgetown was, long before white settlement, a meeting place for the Pibbulman, Wadandi and Kanayak peoples. The first graziers, orchardists, farmers and builders saw the richness and beauty of the land and developed industries that grew, slowly to begin with, then rapidly as transport links were developed. Growth needs investment and people.

The men and women who chose to live in Bridgetown were a diverse group from different backgrounds. How they coped, suffered, thrived and played to become a community is an absorbing story.

At a special half price rate for the heritage festival. The tour begins and ends at The Police Station Museum, 148 Hampton St, Bridgetown.

The walk is 1.7 km, mostly flat. Prebooking essential. Start time 11:00 AM – 90 minutes duration. Tickets $7.50 adult, $3.75 child/student

Event dates

Event Details

148 Hampton Street, Bridgetown, Western Australia

11am - 12.30

Entry fees:
Adults $ 7.5, Children $ 3.75, Concession $ 3.75
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
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On street parking