Visit The Blackwood Valley Wine Region

The Blackwood Valley Wine Region incorporates four towns; Bridgetown, Balingup, Boyup Brook and Nannup, located approximately three hours drive south-east of Perth.

This region offers a wide variety of attractions with rolling green valleys and pastures, towering forests, and the pristine waters of the Blackwood River that flows through the countryside. With its farms, dense forests, open gardens and quaint country towns, the Blackwood Valley Wine Region offers a charming southwest country experience. Bridgetown is well known for its fine galleries, arts and fabulous Blues festival in November.

Enjoy a bit of bush walking, trekking, canoeing or fishing, along with enjoying our wonderful wines and local produce.



Surrounded by hills, forests, farmland and orchards, Balingup is known for its local pottery, herbal skincare, arts, crafts and classic country charm. The annual Medieval Carnivale in August is amongst the town’s quaint surprises!

Balingup Tourism



A characterful timber town surrounded by walking, cycling and canoeing trails like Munda Biddi and the Bibbulmun Track.  Barrabup Pool and Kondil Park have wildflowers in spring, the annual Music Festival is a drawcard.

Nannup Tourism


Boyup Brook

Known as the country music capital of WA and a celebrated festival since the 1980s. Visit for rodeo every October, or discover museums and galleries showcasing rather eclectic collections at any time.

Boyup Brook Tourism



A heritage listed town beside the Blackwood River. Its winter festival is attended by visitors from WA and beyond. Enjoy trails, award-winning restaurants and the famous bakery.

Bridgetown Tourism

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