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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.
The Shire of Manjimup has today further clarified its stance on the Southern Forest Irrigation Scheme.
Effective from 10 July 2019 traffic will no longer be able to enter or cross Brockman Street from Guadagnino Lane.
Shire President raises concerns with Department of Water and Environmental Regulation and Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development over water policy in the Warren-Donnelly Catchment.
Shire of Manjimup Recognised as a Growing Regional Area.
Powerup winning name in Museum Competition.
Federal Member of O'Connor Rick Wilson was in Manjimup on Monday 6 May to announce $39.7 million in funding for the Southern Forests Irrigation Scheme.
The Shire of Manjimup has recently re-launched the ‘Travel Safely through our Southern Forests Region’ safe driving tips.
Thanks to the hard work of our Sustainability Officer Ann Bentley, the Shire has been successful in obtaining federal funding of $200,000 from the Communities Combatting Pests and Weed Impact during Drought Program.
Recycle your Easter egg wrappers this Easter.
A new exhibiton showcasing the variety, fragility and beauty of Moths of the South West and Great Southern will fascinate lovers of art and science alike.
The Shire of Manjimup is an entrant in the 2019 Keep Australia Beautiful WA Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards Litter Prevention and Waste Management category.