Shire of Manjimup

37-39 Rose St Manjimup
WA 6258
36 453 349 691
9771 7777
9771 7771

Suburbs and Localities

Manjimup, Balbarrup, Deanmill, Diamond Tree, Dingup, Dixvale, Glenoran, Jardee, Lake Muir, Linfarne, Middlesex, Mordalup, Palgarup, Perup, Quinninup, Ringbark, Smithbrook, Upper Warren, Wilgarrup, Yanmah (6258): Boorara Brook, Crowea, Meerup, Northcliffe, Shannon, Windy Harbour (6262):   Broke, North Walpole, Walpole (6398): Beedelup, Callcup, Channybearup, Collins, Eastbrook, Pemberton, Yeagarup (6260).

Significant Local Events

January – Manjimup, Australia Day; March- Warren District Show; Pemberton Cycle Classic; Northcliffe, Great Karri Ride; RAC Karri Valley Triathlon; Pioneer Cup Golf Classic; Walpole Arts & Crafts in Action; Walpole - In the Trees Sailing Regatta. April – Antiques &Collectables – Easter; Walpole - Easter Markets. May - Pemberton – Southern Forests Festivals. June – Truffle Kerfuffle; Manjimup Motocross. September - Manjimup Bluegrass & Oldtime Music. October - JB Ipsen Golf Memorial; Quinninup Wine and Market Day; Northcliffe - Delirious Endurance Race.  November - Pemberton. Gravity Enduro Event. December - Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival.  All year round - Pemberton Arts Group Exhibitions

Ordinary Council Meeting

Meets every three weeks with one meeting a year held in Pemberton, Northcliffe, and Walpole.

Tourist Attractions

Bibbulmun Track; Munda Biddi Trail; Four Aces; Diamond Tree; One Tree Bridge; Manjimup Heritage Park, Power Up Electricity Museum and State Timber Museum; Manjimup Regional AquaCentre; King Jarrah; Beedelup Falls; the Cascades; Big Brook dam; Gloucester Tree; Northcliffe Forest Park; Understory Sculpture Walk; Windy Harbour; D'Entrecasteaux National Park; Giant Karri Grove and the Giant Red Tingle; Walpole Wilderness; Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk; Coalmine Beach; The Knoll Scenic Drive; trout and beach fishing; bush walking; mountain biking; trail bike hub, canoeing/kayaking; horse riding; forest drives and 4wd tracks; local markets; fine art galleries; gourmet eateries; award-winning wineries; ecotourism guided tours.

Local Industries

Tourism and service industries; timber (native andplantation); food export; regional Government Offices;  transport industries; agriculture;horticulture; beef; fruit; vegetables; dairy; sheep; viticulture; wine; marron;aquaculture; truffles; green tea.

Council Statistics for 20192020
Distance
to Perth (km)
307 307
Area
(sq km)
7K 7028
Sealed Roads
Length (km)
523 523
Unsealed Roads
Length (km)
835 835
Population 9K 9250
Number of Electors 6K 6372
Number of Dwellings 5K 5016
Rates Levied
Total ($)
10m 10077895
Revenue
Total ($)
32m 31995480
Number of Employees 123 123
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