Bridgetown Camp School


 

 

Full Day Program

LUCIEVILLE FARM: Farming

Lucieville FarmSouth West Hwy, Bridgetown 10 km) offers a full day of involvement in the day to day activities of a working farm. Activities include feeding chickens, pigs and goats; milking a cow; a horse led ride; damper making; often a shearing demonstration and whatever else, usually dictated by the season. Accompanying parents and teachers are expected to play an active role in the day’s proceedings.
Best value is gained from this excursion if numbers do not exceed 30-35. Cost: $18.00 per student, plus GST.
Teachers - Free. Minimum $200 + GST
Download Lucieville Management Plan
Website: https://lucievillefarmchalets.wordpress.com/

 

PEMBERTON: ( 70 kms From Bridgetown )

Pemberton Tram Ride:
Warren River Bridge and Return: 1 hour 45 mins. Leaves Pemberton, past the Saw Mill and descends deep into the Karri Forest. The tram meanders through the forest, crossing six bridges, stopping at the Cascades and at the Warren River Bridge, where the Lefroy Brook joins the Warren River. The tram then returns to Pemberton.
Cost
$10.91 per student plus GST. $21.82 per adult + GST.

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

Parental permission is required to climb to the half way platform (only) of this tree. It is not recommended for students below year 7. Adults capable and willing to climb must accompany the students. Only 6 are able to climb at one time. 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.

 

Cascades: Is a long stretch of rapids set deep in the Karri forest and is an ideal
picnic spot.

 

Beedelup Falls: Short loop walk over both wooden bridge and a suspension bridge gives great views of the falls. No Cost

 

Big Brook Dam: Excellent spot for swimming, fishing, picnics, canoeing mountain bike riding and games. BBQ, change rooms, and a 3.4 km walk/ride trail around dam.

 

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