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Clover Cottage Country Retreat

380 Wheatley Coast Rd , Manjimup WA 6258
Four superbly built and appointed limestone cottages look down over the trout filled lakes and the forest river valley. The wood fire and private spa make it the perfect place for the romantic getaway. Grass tennis court, trout fishing, river canoeing, bush walks, farm animals, birds, wild life and much more. The location makes it ideal for short trips to the many attractions on offer in the southern forests.
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Fontys Pool Caravan Park and Chalets

699 Seven Day Rd , Manjimup WA 6258
An ideal base for exploring WA's beautiful South West. Enjoy the taste of the famous black truffle, visit award winning wineries, marvel at the tall timber forests and fresh produce grown on Seven Day Road. Enjoy four star chalets, cottage and cabin accommodation, shady powered caravan and camp sites. We have a fabulous new campers kitchen and clean amenities convenient to all sites. With plenty of room to spead out, there is something for everyone at Fontys Pool. The swimming pool from which the park takes its name is a famous icon and local landmark. Consisting of nearly an acre of fresh spring water and known as the fountain of youth, it provides a beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic, BBQ, sundowner, refreshing swim or simply floating around on the tractor tubes enjoying the ambience at Fontys Pool.
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Manjimup Motor Inn

Cnr Southwest Hwy (Mottram St) & Hospital Ave, Manjimup WA 6258
The Manjimup Motor Inn is centrally located in the town centre. We have 56 ground level motel units with ensuite to accommodate from singles to families in a parkland setting. Budget accommodation & fully licenced restaurant on site. Special catering for tour groups. Tea & Coffee making facilites. Remote TV. Direct dial phones. Laundry facilites. BBQ.
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Karri Rose B & B

14 Karri Street, Manjimup WA 6258

Quality accommodation in Manjimup at Silver Award winner Karri Rose Bed & Breakfast, offering modern, clean, friendly accommodation in Manjimup.

The comfortable B&B has a warm fire in winter.

Karri Rose B&B guest suite has a comfortable queen room, two twin rooms, modern bath room, toilet, laundry. The guest lounge has a fridge, heater, TV, DVD, tea and coffee.

Karri Rose B&B is in town, with a rural outlook. It is close to the beautiful golf course, and King Jarrah tree, where there is a bush walk and gas barbecue.

Our guests return regularly.

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Diamond Forest Cottages Farmstay

29159 South Western Highway, Manjimup WA 6258

Diamond Forest Cottages offer colonial style two bedroom western red cedar cottages set well apart from each other for privacy, overlooking a picturesque valley midway between Pemberton and Manjimup. The property is adjacent to the majestic Diamond State Forest and only three kilometres from the Diamond Tree. You might stroll from your cottage through the forest and climb the tree if you dare or visit any one of the many wineries and attractions within a short drive. Wander the property and talk to the animals or join them at feeding time, catch a Rainbow trout in the dam or just relax with a glass of wine and enjoy the view from your veranda. Set against a lush forest backdrop with peaceful valley views, you need only bring food as your cottage provides a fully equipped, all linen and towels, barbecue on the veranda, television, video and DVD player and a cosy log fire for those cold winter nights.

The Four Aces

Graphite Road, Manjimup WA 6258
The Four Aces are four magnificent Karri trees that stand proudly in a line, imposingly within the Karri Forest, 20 minutes from Manjimup. Standing at the base and looking up at the 400 year old giants that stand 75 meters tall offers a remarkable view and memorable experience. A detailed information shelter next to the trees provides an extensive history of the trees and has some incredible statistics. Vist the nearby One Tree Bride adnn Glenoran Pool recreation sites. Both sites have picnic facilities, a toilet and stunning views right on the banks of the Donnelly River. A walk-trail links Four Aces, One Tree Bridge and Glenoran Pool. Located three and a half hours south of Perth, the drive through the forests of Manjimup is breathtaking. Make sure you keep an eye out for the tree towers that were created in the 1930s to help detect forest fires and can be found scattered throughout the forests....

Donnelly River Cruises

26 Wattle Crescent, Manjimup WA 6258
Donnelly River Cruises provides a unique cruise of the lower 12 kilometre section of the Donnelly River, located in the D’Entrecasteaux National Park, in the south west of Western Australia. The atmosphere of the four hour cruise is to “sit back, relax and enjoy”. The cruise commences in Jarrah bush land and meanders through the diversified eco systems of the river. From the lush Jarrah and Karri forests, through the Paperbark and wetlands, to the Limestone cliffs and majestic Southern Ocean. On the way you will cruise past the unique holiday huts nestled amongst the towering Marri trees and coastal sand dunes. The only access to the entire area is by boat ensuring the pristine quality of the area. While at the mouth of the river, you are given the opportunity to disembark and walk along the beach for about half an hour. The beach is approximately two kilometres long confined by rocky outcrops at each end with no vehicle access at all. You will be able to stroll along the soft white beaches in virtual isolation except for possibly a few locals trying their hand at some beach fishing....

Diamond Tree Lookout Manjimup

via South West Highway, Manjimup WA 6258
Diamond Tree Lookout Manjimup provides a unique opportunity to gain a spectacular bird’s eye view across the treetops of the Karri forest near Manjimup. Not designed for the faint hearted, the gruelling 51-metre climb to the top of the world’s only wooden treetop tower will reward all visitors with an incredible panoramic view. Explore the beautiful forest surrounding the lookout on foot, with a leisurely stroll along the beautiful walk-trail. Stop for a relaxing picnic lunch within the tranquil surroundings or explore more of the beautiful forests along the walk-trail. Witness the stunning wildflower display between September and November, discover an array of Australian marsupials that call the forest home or try your luck at catching marron or trout from the forest streams. Diamond Tree Lookout was one of several lookouts constructed in the 1930s and 1940s when the extreme height of the trees within the Karri forest made it too costly to build a fire lookout tower. Diamond Tree Lookout is a short 15 minute drive from the town of Manjimup which is just under four hours drive south of Perth....

Manjimup

Manjimup, Manjimup WA 6258
Manjimup lies in the land of the giants, surrounded by karri trees - the tallest species in Western Australia and one of the tallest hardwoods on Earth. That said, it's what lies beneath the ground here that captures the attention and imagination of the world's top chefs and foodies. This is the home of Australia's most successful black truffle industry. In just under three and a half hours, you can drive 295 kilometres south from Perth central business district and arrive in the green serenity of Manjimup. A staggering 80 percent of the entire Manjimup region is dedicated to forest and national parks, so outdoor adventures and nature abound. Just a short drive from town will bring you to the towering timbers of the King Jarrah, Four Aces and Diamond Tree Lookout Tower, or the tranquil swimming and picnic spots of Fonty's Pool, the Donnelly River and Glenoran Pool. Rich soils, fresh water and straight timbers were the big drawcards that lured settlers to this spot in the late 1800s. For a glimpse of the region's early milling days, take a free tour of the local mills (check at the visitor centres for scheduled tour times), drive to the historic town of Deanmill or visit the popular Manjimup Timber and Heritage Park Complex. Many heritage buildings have been relocated and restored to create the historic hamlet, housing a steam museum and blacksmith's forge. A playground, barbecues, cafe and craft shop make it the perfect family day out. In the town, some of the heritage architecture still stands proudly in its original location, including Dingup Church, the Pioneer Cairn and One Tree Bridge. Soak up some of the country town atmosphere by staying in Manjimup or its surrounding villages, choosing from a good selection of caravan parks, hotels and motels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, chalets, cottages and backpackers. Or seek a peaceful escape at a local farm or forest retreat....
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Kingsley Motel

74 Chopping Street, Manjimup WA 6258
The Kingsley Motel and Cabernet Restaurant is located in the Warren Valley Region, which is home to one of the newest premium wine areas in Western Australia. The Kingsley Motel is recognised for offering premium accommodation in Manjimup and offers a style and service often found in country bed and breakfast type accommodation, but with the convenience of a well appointed restaurant, licensed bar and three star accommodation....

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