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Woodbridge House

Woodbridge House

The Woodbridge House site, which rests on the banks of the Swan River, was originally owned by the colony's first Governor, Captain James Stirling. By 1831, he had built a cottage there.

The property was purchased in 1883 by Charles Harper, farmer, politician, explorer, Anglican chaplain and part owner of The West Australian newspaper. He used his position of weatlh to build the current house.

This historic property has been lovingly restored and now echoes its role as home to Charles and Fanny Harper, their ten children, the cook, parlourmaid and housemaid and is open for visitors at varying times.

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Ford Street
WOODBRIDGE, Western Australia  6056

Tel:(08) 9274 2432
Website:National Trust (Woodbridge House)

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Opening Hours

DayTimeBreakfastLunchDinnerFurther details
Thu1:00PM - 4:00PM
Fri1:00PM - 4:00PM
Sat1:00PM - 4:00PM
Sun1:00PM - 4:00PM

Group Bookings contact National Trust

Special Occasions and Public Holidays

We are open on
the following days
For:
BreakfastLunchDinner

We Cater for

Guildford Courthouse
Cnr Meadow and Swan Streets
Guildford

Phone: +61 8 9379 9400
Email: visitorcentre@swan.wa.gov.au
PO Box 196 Midland WA 6936
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A selection of maps and brochures are available to help you plan your next Swan Valley adventure - Download them or even have them posted out to you.

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