Fairbridge Village is situated not too far from Pinjarra in a picturesque rural setting surrounded by pastures and bushland.
The history of Fairbridge started in the 1920's as a working farm for orphaned children mainly from England.
It was built by Kingsley Fairbridge who raised the money to purchase land and build a place to teach homeless children farming skills in the sparsely populated new colony of Western Australia.
Fairbridge Village has 52 main buildings within the village including a conference centre and cottages for accommodation. There are also a range of recreational facilities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts and a sport oval.
There's a wood fired BBQ pit if you want to throw on a few "snags" (sausages) for your lunch or dinner.
There is a charming collection of individually styled cottages in a rural village setting. They come in different shapes and sizes depending on how many bodies need a bed for the night.
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