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.
Concerns raised for transient workers.
Shire information relevant to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Shopping and support services available for seniors and vulnerable people.
Northcliffe self-contained overnight parking trial on hold.
The Shire of Manjimup has closed all playgrounds, parks and skate parks effective immediately.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, at the Council meeting held 26 March 2020, Council has resolved to freeze any increase to Rates, Fees and Charges for the 2020/21 financial year.
Travellers are being urged not to visit the Shire of Manjimup Region as our resources are limited.
Access our e-resources while the libraries are closed.
We have closed Shire owned community and recreation facilities in accordance with Government direction.
Are you a responsible dog owner?
In line with Government directives the Shire has temporarily closed the Windy Harbour Campground effective immediately.
The Shire of Manjimup has been awarded the annual Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (WA) Awards for Excellence for the category of Best Public Works Greater than $5M Award (Regional).
Group services at the AquaCentre have been temporarily suspended.
The Shire wishes to assure community members that the Coronavirus situation is being closely monitored by the relevant health authorities.
Businesses are encouraged to recognise veterans and their families via the Australian Defence Veterans'Covenant.