Pumphreys Bridge , WA 6308
My first trip to Pumphreys Bridge was 3 years ago camping with friends (well glamping in a bus). Reagan and l really enjoying go to this location we have been a few times.
This beautiful spot is nice relaxing area with access to the river, Enjoying a camp fire
It’s free camping which is great if you don’t want to spend to much on camp sites.
Has some historical story behind the area and is interesting always worth learning about our pioneers of old.
It’s primary attraction is the old timber bridge that collapsed many years ago. There is flushing toilets and a hall that you can hire out. There’s also a little playground for the kids, set back from the river.
Make sure to take mozzie spray as their is mozzie at times .
If your coming from Perth, it’s just under 2 hours drive.
Where is Pumphreys Bridge?
You’ll find Pumphreys Bridge just beyond where the Wandering to Pingelly Road ends. From Perth, you are looking at about 1 hour and 50 minutes, and less if you are in the southern suburbs. You can get there via Brookton Hwy or Albany Hwy, with both ways a similar time frame. It’s east of North Bannister, and north of Dryandra.