Sue's Bridge

Discussion in 'WA' started by Live&Direc, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. Live&Direc

    Live&Direc Member

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    We had a great night camping at Sue's Bridge, on Sue's Road, in the South West, just off the Brockman highway between Nannup and Bridgetown.

    The sites are just 100m or so above the Blackwood river.

    CALM have clearly only just finished doing it all up, and I must say it was grand. We had the entire place to ourselves. But if it were full, the sites are partitioned by shrubs, and surrounded by tall gums (Marri, Karri, or another similarly named one of the WestAussie trees).

    Firewood is supplied. Dunnies dont stink (!), each site has its own fireplace and picnic table, and there's plenty of swimming in the river. There's no power, obviously, and all you have to worry about is the sneaky kookaburras.

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  2. kaye and rex

    kaye and rex New Member

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    Looks great...where is it..near to nearest capitol city?
    cheers
    Kaye
     
  3. jerrys_bus

    jerrys_bus Active Member

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    Anytown ending in 'up' and anything to do with 'CALM' would place it in 'WA' somewhere wouldn't it?

    Yep bridgetown and Nannup are in the Margert river region of WA! Thanks whereis!
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2007
  4. kaye and rex

    kaye and rex New Member

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    tar very much

    cheers
    kaye
     
  5. Live&Direc

    Live&Direc Member

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    Sorry. yeah, Margaret River region, a couple of hours drive south of Perth.
     
  6. vwcamper76

    vwcamper76 New Member

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    Thats a great spot. only stayed 2 nights but, itchn to get on the road again.
    Margs is a nice spot to

    If ya looking for cheap camping in Margerat river go to Big Vally bout 15min drive from town. $50 p/w or $55 p/w powerd cheep as. Good croud. Muzza the camp dog, and a dam to swim in. ohh it has 2 big fridges bbq's and gas bernas free to use.

    sit back and relax with a coldy.
     
  7. SueK

    SueK New Member

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    Great we are heading to the South West region towards the end of the year!! We will have to stop in it looks really nice... and my name is Sue! ha Ha
     
  8. Dan&AmysKombi

    Dan&AmysKombi New Member

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    Hey Ive actually stayed there for a while as well.Lived in Perth for about 3 years and went down on a Easter long weekend.Great spot,fire wood supplied as well,I see the kookaburras havent changed.
     

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