Bridport is known for its safe secluded
swimming beaches making it a perfect holiday destination
for families. This lovely coastal town overlooks
the exquisite blue waters of Anderson Bay, Barnbougle
Beach and the Furneaux group of islands.
Bridport offers visitors great
fishing opportunities with ocean, lake and river
There are many other activities
in Bridport including, hiking, with a great coastal
walking track that passes through a beautiful
wildflower reserve. There are also sand dunes
to explore, or enjoy a round of golf at Barnbougle
Dunes Golf Links or a game of tennis at the free
Whilst in Bridport sample some of
the fabulous local produce including scallops,
lobster and rainbow trout and sample the local
wines at a wine tasting at a local wineries.
Bridport is also an access point
for Flinders Island. You can arrange a trip by
air or sea to Flinders Island at the Bridport
Pavilion or the Scottsdale Visitor Information
Places to Visit
Bowood is a Georgian stone, brick and pit-sawn
timber dwelling, built in 1838. It is the oldest
building in the district and was built by an ex-convict
carpenter and an American stonemason. Bowood is
located 12 km north of Bridport
Bridestowe Estate Lavender
The Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm which is one
of the world's largest single commercial lavender
farms and produces the finest quality lavender
flowers and lavender oil, used traditionally in
the perfumery industry.
Bridport's Summer average maximum
is 23 degrees Celsius and the Winter average is
12.5 degrees Celsius.
Bridport is easily accessed with
about 1 hour, 85 kilometres drive on the on the
B81 and B84 north-east of Launceston.
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