Nannup

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The delightful little town of Nannup is one of the South West's cutest and quaintest towns and was the setting for much of the movie Drift. Nannup forms part of the renowned tourist drive throughout Balingup, Nannup and Bridgetown, one of the state's best routes along winding roads past stunning countryside. The main street has retained its heritage character with bull nose awnings, timber buildings, heritage brick properties and large gardens throughout town. The town is surrounded by forest, the Blackwood River and pasture and is particularly scenic in autumn and winter with rolling green hills and vibrant foliage colours.

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    Barrabup Pool

    Barrabup Pool and Workers Pool are situated 8 km west of Nannup off Mowen Road. Surrounded by bushland, these popular swimming and camping spots provide a very picturesque setting and a number of good bushwalking tracks. Part of the St Johns Brook Conservation Park, the park also has a fascinating saw-milling history from early last […]

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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 […]