Welcome to Manjimup!!
Manjimup was named
after the Noongar Aboriginal word "Manjin" (a broad-leafed edible reed)
and "up" meaning meeting place. It was first settled in
1856 by timber-cutter Thomas Muir.
The Shire of Manjimup is
largest in the South West and the town of Manjimup has become a
regional and commercial hub. Manjimup has many breathtaking
walking and bush walking trails. For more information drop into the
in Mottram Street. For a great site with lots
of information about the area check out the Southern Forests
Follow the links below to
investigate the local trails:
for a Bush Walker's Code of Conduct.
Please see below for an interactive map:
Western Australia in a larger map
(long distance bush walking trail)
as well as the
Munda Biddi Trail
(long distance mountain-biking)
pass through this region of unparalleled beauty.
This web site is the vision of the Warren Blackwood Strategic Alliance
- Partnering for a brighter future.
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