Dadswell’s Bridge

DADSWELLS BRIDGE

Famous for the Giant Koala, Dadswells Bridge is a small tourist precinct located on the Western Highway, 20km South East of Horsham with the majestic Grampians mountain range as it's backdrop.  It's the perfect location to base yourself for activities in the Northern Grampians.

 

 

EXPLORE....

  • The Giant Koala - pick up some tourist information, coffee, a souvenir and take that Koala selfie!
  • Some of our must see regional attractions such as the Aboriginal Art Sites - Gulgurn Manja Shelter and Ngamadjidj Shelter in the Northern end of the Grampians, only a short drive away or....
  • Something a little more strenuous - Hike up Mount Zero (Mura Mura), Mount Stapylton (Gunigalg) also a popular rock climbing spot or Hollow Mountain(Wudjab- Gayan).

 

DISCOVER...

 

  •  Mt. William Creek Nature Trail (2kms Return).  The walk starts from the Giant Koala. The trail provides refuge for wildlife with fallen branches and logs providing excellent habitat. You may see tortoises, platypus, water rats along with other water birds at some of the large pools. Spring is the best time for viewing.

UNCOVER....

  • A wide range of accommodation to suit everyone from motel, bed and breakfast or immerse yourself in the Old Dadswells Town, a unique and quirky accommodation experience or...
  • For an old school family holiday experience, Grampians Edge Caravan Park is great for large groups with fire pits, camp cooking, yabbying, kids activities, pool and games room.

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