Scratton Lodge

Scratton Lodge

Scratton Lodge was built in 1934 and used to accommodate 32 trainee boys aged 14 and older. After the Second World War, Scratton Lodge was used by female staff including state school teachers and old girls. The clock was a gift from Major General Sir Howard Vyse who was the Chief of Staff to HRH the Duke of Gloucester when visiting Australia. Built by Rev RE Davies of Busselton, the only 4-dial clock made by an amateur in WA at that time. This lodge accommodates 54 people in 22 bedrooms consisting of bunk and single beds. With a fully facilitated kitchen, dining, and common lounge area, and separate male & female bathrooms, this lodge is perfect for school camps and large family reunions. Important Notes: Check-in time is 2 PM and check-out time is 10 AM. The accommodation rate is per cottage per night. All prices are current from 1st May 2022. All cottages are equipped with oven and gas hotplate, fridge, kettle, cutlery, and crockery as standard, unless otherwise stated above. Bed configuration may change without notice.
Rooms: 22
Sleeps: 54
One Storey

22 singles | 16 bunk


Tile Fire

$1,485/night + $135
(One-off Cleaning & Sanitisation Fee)

All Standard Cottages have flat sheet on the beds only, no pillows or towels are supplied. Linen packs available from housekeeping $15.

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    Fairbridge Western Australia Incorporated Fairbridge Village South West Highway P.O. Box 173 Pinjarra WA 6208

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