The 10ha Manjimup Timber and Heritage Park is dominated by native bushland and features pockets of natural displays.
Meander along the paths through the bushland and discover an abundance of native plants and spring wildflowers all whilst taking in some of Australia's majestic trees. Check out our Significant Trees of the Park Brochure, or pick one up at the visitor's centre, to help you identify the Australian and non-Australian trees. The Park is also home to a number of community led gardening initiatives including the Historic Hamlet garden which features heritage plantings that represent settlers' gardens, the Manjimup Community Garden and a number of rehabilitated wetland and bushland projects.
For a more natural experience, step into the quiet parklands that offer refuge from town. This bushland provides an essential sanctuary for many birds and reptiles and a place for visitors to reconnect with nature, or simply sit and relax in the beautiful surroundings.