Manjimup is a town located in the southwest region of WA, approximately 305 kilometres south of Perth. It is situated within the Shire of Manjimup – the largest shire in the South West. Manjimup is  known for its stunning natural beauty, including the tall trees of the Southern Forests and the picturesque landscapes of the Blackwood River Valley.

Manjimup is a small, friendly town that offers a peaceful, relaxed lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. It has all the basic amenities that you need, such as supermarkets, schools, healthcare facilities, and recreational facilities. It has a supportive community that values inclusivity and social connection. Whether you’re looking for volunteer opportunities, sports teams or clubs, or just wanting to meet new people, Manjimup offers a range of community groups and events.

Travelling to Manjimup from the Perth CBD is easy, by car, simply head down the Kwinana Freeway and then the South Western Highway to reach Manjimup in around 3.5 hours. There are also options to travel there by bus, train and plane. Bus services depart daily taking approximately 4 hours, a train from Perth to Bunbury followed by a bus to Manjimup takes around 6 hours, or hop on a plane to Albany, which is only 100 kilometres from Manjimup.

Manjimup is famous for its timber industry and produces high-quality jarrah, karri and marri. In addition to forestry, the town’s economy is driven by agriculture, horticulture, and viticulture. Crops grown include; truffles, avocados, cherries, apples, pears and potatoes. In recent years, Manjimup has become a hub for foodies, with its fresh produce being highly sought after by chefs and gourmands alike. Manjimup is the largest producer of black truffles outside of Europe and hosts the annual Truffle Kerfuffle food festival celebrating the region’s truffle industry. Living here, you’ll get to enjoy the region’s produce firsthand by visiting local farmers markets, orchards, and wineries.

If you enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, or bushwalking, then Manjimup would be an ideal place to live. There are plenty of amazing trails for you to explore by hiking, mountain biking, road cycling, canoeing, kayaking or even horseback riding! If the art scene is more your thing, why not visit one of the many museums, cultural centres and galleries within the region.

For education, residents have the option of two primary schools; East Manjimup Primary School and Manjimup Primary School. High school students can attend Manjimup Senior High School, whilst Kearnan College is a catholic private school servicing Kindergarten to Year 12. There is also a South West Institute of Technology campus for tertiary education.

The population of Manjimup is estimated to be 4,349. Of the families in Manjimup, 49.6% were couple families without children, 30.9% were couple families with children and 11.2% were one parent families.

Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 1.4%. Based on settled sales as of 15 March 2023, the median land price in the suburb is $129,500 (

As of 16 March 2023, there are 12 land lots available in Manjimup with approximately 7 lots available in nearby suburbs (

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