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Manjimup - Cities, Towns and Localities
The Shire of Manjimup is some 300 km south of Perth, with the town of Manjimup the regional centre for the largest shire in the South West of Western Australia.

The name Manjimup was derived from the Aboriginal word ‘Manjin’, a special edible reed and ‘up’ meaning meeting place.

With over 80% of the shire being comprised of national park and forestry and steeped in history, the town offers many items of interest for the visitor, and is a great place to make your base from which to visit the entire South West region.

Check out our listing for Manjimup accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Manjimup Visitor Information Centre
Manjimup Timber Park
Corner Rose & Edward Streets
Ph: 08 9771 1831
Tollfree: 1800 023 388
Fax: 08 9777 1001

Manjimup Attractions

Diamond Tree Fire Tower • Tree Towers
The tree towers are one of the great attractions in the South West region, established by the Forests Department for early detection of forest fires. The ‘Diamond Tree’ is a giant Karri tree located 10 km south of Manjimup on the South Western Highway. This is one of three existing climbing trees in the Southern Forests and was used as a fire lookout during the summer from 1941 to 1973. It is still used to support aerial surveillance. It has a wooden viewing platform, originally built in 1939, which is about 51 metres up, offering spectacular views over the top of the trees.
Shannon National Park
• Located 53 km south-east of Manjimup, is the Shannon National Park, set in some magnificent karri country.
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Manjimup Events

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The Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival
• MANJIMUP WA • Ph: 08 9771 2316
• Early December
• Annual celebration of the wonderful cherries with the main festivities in the town centre. There are a variety of stalls and activities, a wine tasting tent and the all important cherry pip spitting contest. There are also guided tours of a working cherry orchard.
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