• Diamond Tree

    28783 S Western Hwy, Middlesex WA 6258, Australia .

    At the top of this 51m karri tree, situated approximately 10km south of Manjimup, is the only wooden treetop tower in the world. It is still in use as an integral part of the Manjimup fire management and spotting program. Climbing of the tree is permitted. Barbecues and toilets are located nearby and an interpretive centre provides information on forest management and flora and fauna species inhabiting the area. The Jim Fox Adventure Trail is also located in Manjimup, which is great fun for the young and the young at heart. This is one of three climbable treetop fire lookouts located within the Southern Forests, along with the Tree Top Walk in the Valley of the Giants.

  • 4 Aces

    Graphite Road, Manjimup Western Australia 6258, Australia .

    Four magnificent karri trees standing tall in an evenly-spaced straight line in the midst of a beautiful karri forest in the One Tree Bridge Conservation Park. It is a beautiful place to stop and hop out. Located 15 minute drive from Manjimup          

  • One Tree Bridge

    2037 Graphite Rd, Glenoran WA 6258, Australia .

    Located on Graphite Road Manjimup, the remains of this bridge, which was constructed in 1904 from one fallen Karri Tree, is a testament to the ingenuity of the early pioneers to the region. Historical information displayed nearby tells of the many battles against the elements and the areas link to the Australian poet Adam Lindsay Gordon. Be sure to visit the Four Aces nearby, which are Karri Trees estimated to be between 300 and 400 years old. Adjacent is gorgeous Glenoran Pool, a popular swimming hole. It is approximately 15 minutes from Manjimup.

  • Heritage Timber Park

    151 Giblett St, Manjimup WA 6258, Australia .

    Right in the heart of Manjimup and only 5 minute walk from Manjimup Motor Inn, a family-oriented park set on 10 hectares of natural bushland, with meandering pathways and open lawns, just a 6-minute stroll from the Manjimup Visitor centre. Lots of shade, shelter, seating and barbecues. Visit the State Timber Museum for an informative journey through the time of the timber industry and our rich local heritage. Includes The Bunnings Age of Steam Museum, this museum houses the history of steam in the bush and features the massive Robey Engine that powered the Tone River Mill from the 1950s. The local blacksmith and wood turners are frequently at work in the park. The Historic Hamlet boasts a collection of original buildings with furnishings, artifacts and tools which evoke images of the simple, tough life that the district's pioneers ensured. Buildings include a one room school, doctor's surgery, police lock-up and settler's cottage. Vintage vehicles are on display. There plenty of things for children to do, with playgrounds, old trains and a climbable 18 metre lookout tower

  • King Jarrah

    LOT 20 Perup Rd, Balbarrup WA 6258, Australia .

    Located just a short 3km drive from Manjump, this huge tree is around 600 years old. In 1910 it narrowly missed being cut down for fence posts and sleepers. The tree was blazed with a broad arrow to signify it was crown property. In 1921 the tree was officially set aside as a 'unique tree'. Its height is 47 metres and diameter 2.69 metres at chest height. There is a heritage trail (suitable for the disabled) and a picnic area with gas barbecues. A great wildflower show occurs in this area in spring.

  • Dingup Hall & Church

    Fernhill Rd, Dingup Manjimup, WA, Australia .

    This historic building, built in 1896, was used both as a school and church by early settlers.

    Only 5 minutes from the Manjimup town centre

  • Fonty’s Pool

    699 Seven Day Rd, Manjimup WA 6258, Australia .

    Its heritage significance combined with its reputation as a beautiful place to visit has made Fonty’s Pool a destination for all ages to enjoy for decades. Located on Seven Day Road, just outside of Manjimup this historic freshwater spring-fed swimming hole is an ideal place to head for a swim on a hot summers day.

  • Manjimup Farmers Market – 1st & 3rd Saturday of every Month

    Mottram St, Manjimup WA 6258, Australia .

    Discover the amazing produce from the Southern Forests Region at the Manjimup Farmers Market. Held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month and conveniently located on the Mottram Street, taste and experience the freshest produce of the Southern Forests Region. Manjimup is renown for all types of fruit from the sweetest cherry to the vast variety of fresh apples. 

  • Various Bush Walk Trails and Bibbulmun Track

    Bibbulmun Track, Bibbulmun Track, Kalamunda WA 6076, Australia .

    There are numerous bush walks, ranging from 20 minute strolls to 30 km hikes. The Bibbulmun Track winds its way through many of the beautiful areas of the forest. Enquire at the Visitor Centre for information on these not to be missed walks -

    • King Jarrah Walk
    • The Four Aces Glade Walk
    • The Donnelly Circuit Track
    • The Rocks Walk Trail
    • Jim Fox Adventure Trail
    • The Timber Cutters Track
    • Willow Springs to One Tree Bridge
    • Shannon Dam Trail

  • Donnelly River Cruise

    Pemberton Western Australia 6260, Australia .

    Located in the pristine D'Entrecasteaux National Park, located in the South West of Western Australia, in the Karri Valley area near Pemberton. Meandering along the 12 km section of the Donnelly River, we will transverse a diverse eco system that is only accessible by boat. From the lush Jarrah and Karri forests, through the Paperbark and wetlands, to the limestone cliffs and majestic Southern Ocean.
    There is no one photo to depict this amazing cruise.

  • Deanmill

    Deanmill WA 6258, Australia .

    A historic timber town located just outside of Manjimup, until 2011 a working Jarrah Sawmill.

  • Pemberton Tramway Company

    Railway Cres, Pemberton WA 6260, Australia .

    Located on Railway Crescent in Pemberton, the return services meander through towering Karri & Marri forest, over trestle bridges spanning rivers and streams, along one of Australia’s most majestic rail lines. Springtime, September & October, the forest is resplendent with wildflowers. As you admire the breathtaking view on the journey, your driver gives an informative commentary on the forest, railway line and history of the region. Trams stop at the Cascades and Warren River Bridge for you to alight and experience the feel of the forest.