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Bridgedale

Hampton Street, Bridgetown, Western Australia 6255, Australia
+61 8 9321 6088
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Worth a Look on the Outside

No longer open to the public this National Trust home was that of pastoralist John Blechynden who... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Anita T
,
Forster, Australia
A local Treasure

This is a Beautiful historical place why not open once a week maybe with a couple of volunteers... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2016
Maggie S
,
Kununurra, Australia
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Bridgedale (house) is not currently open to visitors. The grounds are open at all times. The Blechynden family homestead Bridgedale is a fine example of how 19th century farming properties were established and grew. It is alsoa good example of how properties have been affected by 20th century town developments.
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1 week ago
“Worth a Look on the Outside”
16 Nov 2016
“A local Treasure”
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Hampton Street, Bridgetown, Western Australia 6255, Australia
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+61 8 9321 6088
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Reviewed 1 week ago

No longer open to the public this National Trust home was that of pastoralist John Blechynden who built the home in 1862. He settled the area after being guided here by Aboriginals from Beverley in 1857. It is a shame that the home is no...More

Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

This is a Beautiful historical place why not open once a week maybe with a couple of volunteers and ask for Gold coin donation?!! Come on Bridgetown respect for local families and history!

Reviewed 30 August 2016

Sadly this beautiful old house possibly the first house built in Bridgetown is no longer open to the public by National Trust as it was no making enough money.

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