Welcome to Manjimup
Manjimup is just 307 km from Perth, in the beautiful south west corner of Western Australia - a land of tall timbers, abundant fresh water, rich soils and undulating scenery.
Early settlers rejoiced in the potential wealth of the land and created their future with the axe, plough and the sweat of their brows. This pioneer history has created the vibrant cultures that are so much a part of Manjimup today.
Manjimup has a population of around 5,000 and is the regional centre for the Warren and Blackwood Valleys, providing all the facilities you would expect, including an airport.
Timber and heritage
Timber is synonymous with Manjimup and its effect on the area is recorded with pride, combined with educational insights, at the Timber and
Heritage park, the King Jarrah, Diamond Tree Lookout, One Tree Bridge and more.
Indulge in our many forest walks and experience for yourself the wonder of the tall tree country with its majestic Karri and Jarrah.
Each year, Manjimup hosts the internationally renowned Motocross 15000, the Cherry Harmony Festival and the J B Ipsen Memorial Golf Tournament.
Whether you are from Western Australia, inter-state or overseas, make sure you visit this uniquely beautiful part of our State.
Better still, stay for a few days and sample the delights of Manjimup and the Southern Forests.
Manjimup Visitor Centre
The Visitor Centre is centrally located in Manjin Park and open 7 days, with friendly staff who will always have time to assist you with information and accommodation bookings to ensure your visit to Manjimup is interesting and enjoyable.