Manjimup

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Manjimup is at the heart of the Southern Forest region and has a long history as a logging and sawmill town and today over 80% of the Manjimup Shire is State Forest or Conservation Reserve. The Shire of Manjimup is made up of four main towns being Manjimup, Pemberton, Northcliffe and Walpole. Today Manjimup is the centre of a thriving fruit and vegetable industry, and is the largest mainland producer of black truffles which are now exported around the world.

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    Dingup House

    This a heritage listed homestead was built in 1870, surrounded by 45 acres of rural pasture only 5 minutes from the town of Manjimup. The home and its interior have been very well restored and the cottage gardens are a haven for many species of native bird life including Splendid Blue Wrens and Finches. Visitors can stay […]

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    Donnelly Village

    This historic mill town is nestled deep in the heart of Australia’s South West karri forests, about 10 minutes drive outside Nannup and has potential to provide a complete old town setting, a campsite or simply a unique bush location for filming. Built in the 1950s for the Bunnings Brothers, the thirty-five workers cottages, boarding […]