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.

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

Main contacts:

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