Welcome to Nannup!!
has natural beauty, heritage and a proactive community. Situated about
280 km south of Perth the town is renowned for its beautiful gardens.
Nannup originates from the Noongar aboriginal language meaning
"stopping place" or "place of parrots."
Thomas Turner first explored the area in 1834 and the town was gazetted
in January 1890.
The Shire annually hosts the Nannup Music
, and an Arts
as well as a Flower
and Garden Festival
which attract visitors from far and wide.
For more information visit the Nannup
are many magnificent bushwalking opportunities in the Nannup area. One
can meander along the Blackwood River when following the Foreshore
Trail. Nannup's heritage shines through when looking at the Blackwood
An Arboretum was planted in 1926 and it is amazing to see how the trees
have grown in that time.
There are wildflowers aplenty in spring, and birdlife can be observed
all year round.
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