For a fairly small and remote town, Manjimup offers a wide variety of things to do and see. With most of the surrounding areas comprising of national parks, it’s no surprise that getting out and about in nature is a popular activity. You can enjoy bushwalking, learning about the flora and fauna that call the area home or indulge in a spot of peaceful fishing. Here for the views? Visit the Diamond Tree Lookout for sweeping views over the towering tree tops. At 51m high, it is not for the faint of heart!
A top attraction is the Manjimup Timber Park, where you can learn all about the local industry and wander through interesting displays and exhibits. One Tree Bridge showcases the innovative efforts of early settlers; the bridge was constructed using a single tree! For a glimpse into Manjimup’s past you can visit the simple but charming Dingup Church and Pioneer Cairn.
A strong agricultural industry means that many local dishes will be filled with fresh, locally sourced ingredients for a wholesome and mouth-watering taste. Fresh fruits are plentiful – try some juicy nectarines, crunchy apples, perfect peaches, tangy cherries, and heaps of other sweet and tasty fruits. They even have a Cherry Harmony Festival each December that celebrates the diversity of the horticulture, and if you’re here in June, you’ll be here in time for the annual Motocross 15000!
Manjimup can be reached by bus or train from either Perth or Bunbury, and the town is easy to explore by foot. So wot are you waiting for? Check out our great selection of Manjimup accommodation and get ready for a peaceful getaway to this gorgeous town. .
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