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Manjimup is a large attractive town with a population of approximately 5,000,  is the gateway to the Southern Forests region of W.A. and is an ideal base for a holiday or just a weekend away, with places such as The tree top walk, Nannup, Bridgetown, Pemberton and Augusta, all within 1 hours drive away.

The rich red soil of the district will support almost any agricultural crop and most of the states potatoes, onions, cauliflowers, apples peaches, pears, plums, cherries, avocados, chestnuts are grown by local farmers. Many renowned vineyards are now well established and local wines are exported worldwide.

The areas wonderful history can be revisited at the Timber and Heritage Park on corner of Rose and Edwards Streets where you will find The state timber museum, age of steam museum, historic hamlet, blacksmith shop, native bush walk and magnificent lawns and gardens.

Other places to visit while in this beautiful area are the Diamond Tree (51mtr Climb) and  is the only wooden tree top tower in the world, King Jarrah Tree (600 years old), Fontys Pool, Glenoran Pool and 4 aces Karri Trees and Historic Dingup Church built by Thomas Giblett one of our early pioneers

Manjimup has excellent sporting facilities including a picturesque 18 hole grass greens and fairways golf course on Perup Road. The Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival is held in December each year. In Feburary the Jazz in the Jarrah  is a 6 hour open air concert  followed by a free family fun day in Manjimup Timber and Heritage Park.  In October Manjimup holds its Bluegrass and Old Time Music Weekend.

The Southern Forest Food Council Inc. was established in September 2012 to represent the interests of local producers, culinary and agri-tourism operators and to further the Southern Forests region's status as the South West's food bowl.

Visit the  Manjimup Visitor Centre for holiday information and accommodation guide

 
Things to See and Do:
Manjimup Farmers Market
Manjimup Sunday Markets  Fresh local produce and unique items hand crafted in WA.
The Wine & Truffle Co is the largest producer of fresh truffles in the southern hemisphere, with over 13,000 hazel and oak trees. Along with our gourmet truffles we produce premium wines which have won many prestigious awards and accolades throughout Australia.
Fontys Pool

Places to Eat and Wineries:

Cabernet Restaurant New Listing
Dingup House  new resurant A special culinary experience ( by appointment)
 
Accommodation:
Diamond Forrest Cottages New listing Centrally located for a “foodie experience” in the hub of the Pemberton/Manjimup food bowl.
Kingsley Motel New Listing
Fontys Pool and Caravan Park 
Dingup House B & B  a heritage listed Homestead built in 1870 by Thomas Giblett. The house and gardens are surrounded by 45 acres of rural pasture, 6km from  Manjimup.
Products and Services:
Truffle Dogs WA
Ecofriendly Solutions is dedicated to developing products and solutions which provide a net environmental gain.
Warren Catchment Council  is a community-based, not for profit organisation that coordinates natural resource management within the Warren Sub-region.
Newton Brothers Orchards
Manjimup Volunteer & Resource Centre
John Roberts  Photography Working together to create the images you want
 
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