Community Groups of the Park

​​​​​Historical Society 

The Manjimup Historical Society collects, records, classifies and preserves records relating to the history of Manjimup and surrounding districts, and engages with the local community and visitors in interpretation of the area's history. The society meets 6.30pm on the third Thursday of every month with activity days being on the fourth Sunday of the month at History House in the Heritage Park. The society also offer local and visiting school groups tours of the Park. Contact Ian Wilson for further information on 9777 1758 or via email ​

Woodtur​ners Association​

​​The Manjimup Woodturners Association have been an integral part of the activities in the Manjimup  Heritage Park since 2000.The club offers a social environment to members as well as a venue to develop new skills. A range of turned items are displayed in the workshop. Opening hours are 10am - 2pm Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday. 

Contact Yvonne Pegrum for further information on 9771 2737.

Manjimup Community Garden

​​​The Manjimup Community Garden (MCG) is open to the public, including visitors to the Manjimup Heritage Park. Whilst individuals, families and organisations may become financial members of the garden, there are no barriers to any person visiting and enjoying the garden.

The key goal of the MCG is to be a social place which brings people together and builds community spirit, though engaging in gardening and related activities.

The MCG host a Garden Gathering every Saturday. Visit the MCG website or facebook page for further information. 

Page reviewed: 29 Aug 2019 8:18am