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Manjimup Timber & Heritage Park

The Manjimup Timber & Heritage Park, set in 10 hectares of native bush and parklands, is the home of many community events, celebrations and activities. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the park’s amenities which includes the awe-inspiring giant stairs and slide. This 17m tall structure gives a nod to the fire lookout towers of old. The park also boasts one of the best free entry adventure playgrounds in Western Australia.

You can enjoy a picnic in the park, with gas barbeques and tables, generous lawn space, gazebos, a cafe and plenty of shade within the native surrounds.

In addition to the many static displays relating to the early era of timber and steam, the park is home to the Manjimup Historical Society, who collects, records, classifies and preserves records relating to the history of Manjimup and surrounding districts.

The Manjimup Timber and Heritage Park is open seven days. In the months April to September it is open from 9.00am – 5.00pm. From October through to March it is open from 9.00am – 8.00pm. Entry is free.

 

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