Manjimup Heritage Park

​​Due to the new measures outlined by the Commonwealth Government and to help stop the spread of COVID19 in our community, the museums and heritage buildings in the park are temporarily closed.

The Manjimup Heritage Park provides a unique experience that combines museum and recreation activities in the same place for young and old, groups and individuals. In the heart of the park is an awe-inspiring 17m tall lookout with giant slide beside one of the best free inter-generational adventure playgrounds in Western Australia.

The recreation area boasts generous lawn space, gazebos, barbeques, tables,​ and plenty of shade underneath native vegetation.

Explore the park further and discover a series of museum exhibitions and displays that tell the story of the region's history including the Age of Steam Museum and Historic Hamlet. The Historic Hamlet also contains History House which is home to the Manjimup Historical Society who collect, record, classify and preserve records relating to the history of Manjimup and the region.

The park is also a key redevelopment site for the Manjimup Town Centre Revitalisation Project – funded by Royalties for Regions. Redevelopment includes the new Power Up Electricty Museum, PARK Café, Visitor Centre and Sandra Donovan Sound Shell, new historical exhibitions as well as a whole new path and car park network. For more information please visit our Town Centre Revitalisation​ page. 

The Manjimup Heritage Park is open seven days. In the months April to September it is open from 9:00am – 5:00pm. From October to March it is open from 9:00am – 8:00pm. Entry is free! 


Page reviewed: 24 Mar 2020 2:24pm