Brinkworth Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information

Places nearby Brinkworth


Extensive plantings of native trees lining road and rail corridors into Brinkworth welcome travellers to this attractive small town. The town encourages tourists to take a break, and discover the attraction of country living, with a picnic at any of the town reserves, or a visit to a classic country pub, the Junction Hotel. Have morning tea at Beth's Pantry, and if interested in local history visit the Brinkworth Historical Reserve and Museum. Whitecliffs Reserve on the Broughton River seven kilometres north of town is a scenic and favourite picnic spot of the locals. Established in 1892 as a rail junction the town was named after the original landholder, George Brinkworth. As a service centre for the railways, agriculture and pastoral industries the town grew and prospered. To this day it remains an important grain storage facility. Numerous well maintained buildings from the turn of the century remain in the main street, and a turntable and water tower evidence its past importance as a railway line junction.

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