Woodbridge - The attractive NTWA site on the banks of the Swan River, just east of the historic town of Guildford, was originally taken up by the colony’s first Governor, Captain James Stirling. By 1831, he had built a cottage there, a retreat from Government House. Today, Woodbridge is open to the public, and also features a cafe, in what was the old stables. It’s particularly beautiful in spring, i.e. now. Opening hours etc can be found here.