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Manjimup

Manjimup

Where to stay

Take a look at these places to stay when planning your next visit to Australia’s South West.

The Woodsman

The Woodsman is the perfect isolated rustic escape for couples, creatives, friends or small families

Diamond Forest Farm Stay

A peaceful farmstay property on the edge of the tall timber forests in the South West.

The forested areas surrounding Manjimup may have started out as timber country, but today the region is best known for its myriad fresh produce. Intermingled with tall karri forest, the surrounding farmlands take centre stage in a thriving fruit and vegetable industry.

The famous ‘Pink Lady’ apple was developed in Manjimup more than 50 years ago and the horticultural industry has continued to evolve since then, with new pursuits including avocado farming, green tea, finger limes and the rare gourmet black truffle. You can pick up the freshest produce straight from the farm gate including apples, pears, cherries, nectarines, kiwi fruit, chestnuts, hazelnuts, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots and corn.

Black truffles

Manjimup is home to Australia’s first mainland truffles and a very successful exporter, now ranked as the largest producer of black Perigord truffles in the southern hemisphere. Top restaurants throughout the world use Manjimup truffles, from Thomas Keller’s French Laundry in Napa and Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck in England. During truffle season, from June to August each year, guests can visit a truffière and join a truffle hunt, where they follow the sweet and highly trained truffle dogs as they sniff their way through the orchards in search of the black truffle.

Manjimup food and wine events 

To properly celebrate the produce on offer, several food-focused events occur each year like Manjimup’s Cherry Harmony Festival held in early December. The town comes alive for the three day festival in celebration of the start of the cherry season. Several varieties of cherries are grown in local orchards and are available from November to January. In June, the truffle industry is celebrated and the iconic Truffle Kefuffle – a three day food and wine event that celebrates not only the rare black truffle, but more largely the food and wine industry of the Southern Forests region.

Manjimup is in the Southern Forests and Valleys.

Events

Don’t miss out on these great events happening in the region.

Truffle Kerfuffle

28 - 30 June 2024
A celebration of Manjimup’s famous black truffles and local produce.

Events

Don’t miss out on these great events happening in the region.

Wildflower Season

01 August 2024 - 30 November 2024
Witness an explosion of colour during spring, set against the stunning natural scenery of the South West.

Things to Do

Looking for some inspiration on what to do in the South West? Here are some of our top picks!

Tall Timbers

Craft beer, food and tastings for local vineyards around Manjimup.

Secret Picnic Adventures

Secret Picnics offer a delightful way to explore your getaway town.

Munda Biddi Trail

World-class, nature-based, off-road cycling experience tracing 1000km from Perth to Albany.

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Welcome to Australia’s South West!

Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.