This charming rural town with beautiful surrounds and a rich history is populated largely by farmers and nestled among national parks and bushland. It’s hard to believe Bullsbrook is barely an hour out of Perth’s CBD and a 10 minute drive north of the Swan Valley.
Since 1949, Bullsbrook has been home to Pearce Airbase, a training facility for the Royal Australian Air Force. The airbase is the busiest in Australia and the only permanent one in WA.
Dotted in and around town you will find sculptures of the Bullsbrook's Bull Trail, crafted by creative locals using recycled materials. There is also a 3 km West Bullsbrook Heritage Trail that starts at the Bullsbrook Museum.
Bullsbrook is close to the beautiful Walyunga National Park, a great spot to for a picnic, bushwalk, canoe or just to enjoy the peace and quiet by the river.
Perhaps the most iconic attraction in Bullsbrook is Perth's Outback Splash. From thrilling water slides to mazes, to cuddly native animals, there’s plenty to do all year round.
If you want to learn more about the history of Bullsbrook, the Bullsbrook Museum at West Bullsbrook Hall has collected, preserved and displayed fascinating district heritage items, including documents, photographs, oral histories, artefacts and machinery.
Bullsbrook is also home to the Berry Sweet Strawberry Farm whose farm shop opens 7 days. At Ti Produce you can pick your own straight from the field when strawberries are in season!