See current vacancies and find out what makes the Shire of Manjimup such a great place to work.
Big changes are coming to the region with the rollout of this Royalties for Regions project.
Provides home support so you can remain independent in your home and community.
Work with the community on matters relating to animals, fire control and parking.
See all of the documents relating to the meetings of Council, including attachments.
The strategies that make up the Integrated Planning Framework and guide Council's decisions.
See the amazing uninterrupted coastline and the beautiful beaches of Windy Harbour and Walpole.
Our logo celebrates our diversity. Find out how and where you can use our logo.
Meet the Elected Members who represent you, our community.
Experience the extraordinary talent of local artist Louise Tasker through an exhibition of contemporary jewellery as art.
Manjimup Home and Community Care invite you to help celebrate their 30th Birthday!
Pet registrations are due soon.
Get down to the Heritage Park for the so-my-fest Youth Festival.
Family friendly free event.
Nominate someone now for a Citizen of the Year Award. Nominations close 31 October 2019.
The Shire welcomes new and old residents to come along and meet community members, business owners and organisations.
Join us on Friday 18 October for a community forum and to register your interest to inspect the Manjimup Seniors Housing Estate.
View the profiles of the candidates in the ordinary election to be held on 19 October 2019.
Know someone great?
Nominate them now for a citizenship award!
The Shire has a number of applications for Vegetation Clearing Permits lodged with the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation.
We are excited to have been named a Tidy Towns Finalist.
CEO, Andrew Campbell receiving the 2019 WALGA “Distinguished Officer Award”.
The Fantastic Fungi competition is a collaboration between the Manjimup Art Gallery and the Manjimup Photo Club to showcase the stunning range of fungi growing in the Southern Forests area.
Works on the path network in the Heritage Park are underway and may cause some disruption to park users.
Co-location of Northcliffe Library and Northcliffe Visitor Centre deemed a success.