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Alexandra Bridge

If you travel north along Bussell Highway to Karridale, then turn right along Brockman Highway, after about ten kilometres you will reach this truly outstanding picnic spot.

Gracious Jarrah trees tower overhead and are mirrored in the broad expanse of the Blackwood River. Graceful ferns and colourful wildflowers complete this scene of tranquil beauty.

The original bridge was built in the 1890's by M.C. Davies to aid his timber felling operation, but collapsed during the floods of January 1982. There are still stumps marking the ends of the old bridge.

Keep a lookout between the old bridge and the store for the memorial cairn, which has been erected to mark the farm house called 'Adelphi', built by the pioneer Bussell Brothers.

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