This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp, below is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering.
Blackwood Ridge Nature Park is situated on the Roebank property and as party of the first settlement in this area, both Roebank and
the neighbouring Peninsula House have historical significance in Bridgetown. The Roebank Cottage was built in 1890 by the grand-daughter of John Septimus Roe who was a famous civil engineer contributing to the original town planning of Perth and Roebourne. In the early days Roebank was used for livestock grazing and had the largest shearing shed this side of Bridgetown and was used by the neighbouring farmers. Over the years the property has been used as a pear orchard, goat farm and other small farming activities. Today the property operates as a family hobby farm with short-stay accommodation along the river residences and nature park sites on the high points offering scenic views of the valley.