Sport and recreation development projects
The Shire of Manjimup is well catered for with sport and recreation facilities in each of its towns and in some of its settlements.
Here you will find information about development projects that are currently in progress.
Manjimup Rea Park & Collier Street Redevelopment Project
As part of an overall vision for Manjimup's sporting community, the Manjimup Rea Park & Collier Street Redevelopment project aims to transform the existing multi-use Rea Park & Collier Street Reserve into a premier level facility catering for high level sporting events, in addition to regular club usage and non-sporting events (e.g. Agricultural Show). The redeveloped precinct is to accommodate regional sporting carnivals and competitions that require multiple sporting fields and draw large crowds.
Project planning and scheduling has commenced for this project. Visit the project page to keep up to date.
Manjimup Trail Bike Hub
The Shire has identified an opportunity to explore the niche market of trail bike riders to position Manjimup as the first trail bike trail hub destination in WA. Visit the project page for more information.
Pemberton Trails Project
Planning is underway for the Pemberton Trails Master Plan with the intent of the Plan being to help Pemberton realise its potential as a trails destination. The Master Plan will cover non-motorised trails in the region including, walking, running, cycling, horse riding, and canoeing/kayaking. The project is a collaboration between the Pemberton Visitor Centre, the Shire of Manjimup, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA), and Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC). For more information contact the Pemberton Visitor Centre chair, Mark Hudson, at email@example.com.