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
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.
Key attractions in and around Manjimup include:
– Truffle season June-August, with Manjimup Truffle Kerfuffle a top event in June
– historic Deanmill, a sawmill village established in 1913 to provide timber railway sleepers for the Trans Australian Railway. Many of the original mill houses are still in use today.
– Fonty’s Pool, a popular swimming hole surrounded by beautiful gardens
– Diamond Tree Lookout, one of three climbing trees in the region
Shire of Manjimup
37-39 Rose St (Corner Brockman and Rose Streets), Manjimup WA 6258
Tel: (+61 8) 9771 7777
Manjimup Visitor Centre
Giblett Street, Manjimup
Tel: (+61 8) 9771 1831