Did you get a taste of Bunbury and the Ferguson Valley this Lost & Found? The region is home to several wineries, breweries, trails, and scenic spots worthy of making a weekender out of your time in the region. With so much to do and see, getting around in comfort is key. Cue Britz Campervans. Britz’ range have got you covered whether you’re travelling as a couple or a small group. Conveniently just two hours out of Perth, pick up your Britz Campervan and be in the region in time for lunch. So with that in mind, here are our top spots to explore in Bunbury and the Ferguson Valley with your Britz campervan in tow.
1. Stop in at a Winery
The Geographe region is home to a bunch of wineries producing a bunch (see what we did there?) of alternate varieties including Grenache and Tempranillo alongside familiar faces Cabernet Sauvignon, Semillon, and Sauvignon Blanc. Grab a couple of bottles for enjoying back at the campsite once you’ve parked up for the night.
2. Park up and Enjoy the View
You won’t struggle to find a spot to take in the rolling hills of the Ferguson Valley. Find your favourite view for lunch, Park up in your Britz campervan and take in the beautiful surrounds of the Fergie Valley. Britz’ range of self-contained campervans leave you in complete control, letting you experience true holiday freedom on your terms.
3. Up your Arts and Culture Intake
On a low-cost holiday? Bunbury’s art scene is bustling and best of all free! Lock up your Britz campervan and head out on foot exploring the bursting street and public arts scene. Bunbury is also home to Australia’s best regional entertainment centre –Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, andthe largest WA regional art gallery theBunbury Regional Arts Centre.
4. Have Lunch at a Brewery and Bring Your Furry Friends
Your little loved ones don’t have to stay home this holiday. Many venues including Bushshack Brewery and Wild Bull Brewery will welcome your furry friends. And just like Bunbury and the Fergie Valley, Britz too is pet friendly! Bring your cutest companions along and hit the road confidently knowing all Britz campervan models are pet friendly.
5. Pop into Gnomesville
A list of BunGeo’s top spots wouldn’t be complete without stopping off at the region’s smallest neighbourhood, Gnomesville. Gnomesville is a community driven gnome village with over three thousand inhabitants and still room for more. BYO gnome and add it to the growing collection. The perfect ending to your trip through the region!
Visit www.britz.com to find out more about their range of campervans.