Discover the rich mosaic of habitats which makes Bryngarw Country Park a wonderful unspoilt sanctuary for both people and wildlife alike. With over 100 acres of native woodland, sweeping meadows, formal gardens and the clear gushing waters of the River Garw, it's the perfect place to relax and explore the beautiful local countryside.



Bryngarw House is a stunning Grade II listed building set in the heart of the picturesque Bryngarw Country Park. Combining country house character with modern elegance, this beautiful venue is now under new management of Awen Trading Ltd, and offers the perfect setting for weddings, civil ceremonies & functions.

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Autumnal Photography Workshop

Come and learn how the camera works and how to compose great photographs around the grounds of Bryngarw Country Park.

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Pond Dipping

Join the Rangers and have a go at pond dipping! What underwater creatures will you find living in the murky depths of Bryngarw's pond? Multiple dates available.

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Outdoor Theatre: Alice In Wonderland

Follow Alice and the White Rabbit as they set off on a colourful, topsy-turvy adventure like no other and meet a host of outlandish characters including the troublesome twins, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, the notorious Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire cat and of course, the Mad-as a bat-Hatter!

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Outdoor Theatre: A Midsummer Nights Dream

Set in Great Britain just before the start of the Great War, this hilarious and highly accessible adaptation sees Shakespeare’s fantastical characters transported to a time of unparalleled peace and prosperity.

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Outdoor Theatre: Gangsta Granny

Heartbreak Productions invites you to share in this outdoor production of David Walliams’ bestselling tale full of forbidden fun. Join us, Ben, and his Gangsta Granny on their grandest adventure.

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Outdoor Theatre: Wuthering Heights

Join Heartbreak productions for this outdoor adaptation of Emily Bronte’s haunting tale of two restless souls as wild and untamed as the bleak Yorkshire moors. Pack a chair or blanket, a picnic, dress for the weather, and come see for yourself if Catherine’s ghost still haunts Wuthering Heights.

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Opening Times

ERDF1st April – 30th September : 10am – 5.30pm

1st October – 31st March : 10am – 4.30pm

Car Parking

There is a pay and display machine located in the main car park with details of current charges. Car parking season tickets are available from the rangers’ office within the visitor centre.


Public toilets are available next to the visitor centre. Disabled and baby changing facilities are available inside the visitor centre.

Disabled Access

There are dedicated parking bays in the main car park. There is a ramp from the car park to the road and paths up to the children’s play area, where you will find a roundabout suitable for wheelchair users. The woodland garden area has a path for those with limited mobility and wheelchair access. However, please be aware that some areas of Bryngarw Country Park may not be accessible due to its natural terrain.

How To Find Us

Bryngarw Country Park is just five minutes from Junction 36 of the M4 motorway. Post code: CF32 8UU

By car

Leave the M4 at Junction 36 and follow the signs for Brynmenyn. Follow the brown and white signs for Bryngarw Country Park.

By bus

Contact First Cymru Travel Line to help plan your route on 0871 200 2233. Bryngarw Country Park is 10 minutes’ walk from the nearest bus stop.

By rail

Bridgend Railway Station is approximately four miles away. Tondu Railway Station is approximately one mile away. Contact National Rail Enquiries to help plan your route on 0845 784 950


Dogs are welcome in Bryngarw. For the enjoyment of all visitors, please keep your dog on a lead. Please pick up after your dog; bins are available in the busier areas of the park.