The jewel in the crown of the South-West
The Bridgetown-Greenbushes region has a vast array of sporting and recreational activities for locals and tourists to enjoy.
Please visit our trails link for more details on some of the trails unique to the area, including the Hester Forest Walk, the Greenbushes walk trail, and the famous Geegeelup Heritage walk trail.
The Bridgetown Golf Club on Bill Baldock Drive is a fully reticulated grass green 18 hole course. The Greenbushes Golf Club on Greenbushes-Boyup Brook Road is a 18 hole course being duplicated tees over 9 holes. Visitors are most welcome.
The Bridgetown Bowling Club on Southwest Highway is located just south of Bridgetown, has one synthetic green.
The Bridgetown Lawn Tennis Club has ten grass courts and two hardcourts. It hosts the popular Easter tennis tournament.
The Bridgetown Swimming Pool is open from November to April.
Blackwood River Park
Situated on the banks of the Blackwood River just south of Bridgetown, the River Park is the site of the first police station in 1862. Now a pleasant parkland with river access, walktrails, barbeques, playground and toilets, it is ideal for a quiet sit after a day’s touring or a picnic lunch.
Bridgetown Jarrah Park
A pleasant drive towards Nannup will take you to the Bridgetown Jarrah Park. Three walk trails ranging from 20 minutes to 2 hours in duration. The trails will take you through open jarrah and marri forest with a huge array of animal and birdlife. Barbeques and toilets are available. The spring wildflowers are spectacular.
Memorial Park, Bridgetown
This parkland, set opposite the Bridgetown-Greenbushes Visitors Centre, is perfect for a lunch stop with its barbeque facilities and toilets. There is a playground and big open area for the children to enjoy as well as a giant chess set. For access to the chess pieces, please call into the Visitors Centre.
Greenbushes Pool, Greenbushes
The recently upgraded Greenbushes Pool, known as 'Greeny Pool' by the locals, is a spring-fed swimming hole set amongst rehabilitated bushland. The area boasts barbeque facilities, toilets, playground, a shallow 'beach' for the littlies and a wooden jetty/diving platform for the teens and those young at heart. This area was recently upgraded to include a 'boardwalk' nature walk around the swimming area which includes information boards on the local flora and fauna and is a fantastic day out for all the family.