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Manjimup Central Caravan Park

Enjoy the peace and serenity!

Enjoy the peace, serenity and indulging in the fresh produce of the Southern Forests. The town of Manjimup is in an ideal location for a range of tourist attractions, drives and activities in the forest areas of SW WA. It is located just 307 km south of Perth in the beautiful Southern Forest. This is the land of tall timbers, abundant water and undulating scenery. Manjimup is also the centre of the Warren and Blackwood valleys offering a host of historic, scenic, activity and sporting opportunities to enjoy in this stunning part of WA.

The Manjimup Central Caravan Park is centrally located in Manjimup close to the town-centre, restaurants and tourist spots. It is immaculately presented with near new, clean amenities and excellent sites, making a stay here an absolute pleasure.

The park also boasts its very own deli/ take-away shop on site. Set off the road, the caravan park is a great place to relax with a view of bushland making this a place to stop a while and enjoy what the surrounding area and town have to offer.

Park Facilities

Amenities for those with Disabilities
Rates for Singles
Wheelchair Access in Amenities
Tourist Information
Shop / Kiosk / Vending Machine
Sewage Dump Point
Recreation Room
Pet Friendly (Conditions Apply)
BBQ Facilities
Laundry Facilities
Grassed Tent / Campervan Sites
Fires Permitted
Drive Through Sites
Credit Card Facilities
Camp Kitchen

Local Attractions

Bird Watching
Boating
Bush Walking
Cycling Tracks in Area
Fishing
Food & Wine Region
Fossicking
Golf Nearby
Historical Sites in Area
Lawn Bowls Nearby
Photographic Sites in Area
Scenic Drives in Area

Things To Do

With the amazing forests nearby, there is a wonderful timber heritage in the area of Manjimup. Make sure you visit the King Jarrah Tree, Gloucester Tree and Diamond Tree Lookout. A short drive takes you to the One Tree Bridge, Glenoran Pool and 4 Aces, giving insight into the engineering ingenuity of the early twentieth century.

The area is ideal for bird watching and there are many walking trails in the local bushland, forests and the nearby Shannon National Park. Mountain bike riding and horse riding activities are also possible in these areas. Trout and marron fishing (permits apply) is also popular with the locals.

A short drive from town is the popular Fonty’s Pool. Created in 1925 by Archie Fontanini as a pool to irrigate his vegetables, it soon became a favourite picnic spot and a great place to enjoy a summertime swim.

Manjimup is a very successful truffle-growing region, and is home to a number of wineries and truffle companies. For a bite to eat, visit one of our great local wineries or try one of the restaurants or cafes in town.

For those interested in the history of of Manjimup, a visit to Dingup Church and the Pioneer Cairn is highly recommended. You can also visit the Pemberton Tramway and historic cemetery. The Visitors Centre is located in the heart of town and is open 7 days a week.

Rates

Rates are based on 2 people per site per night. Please contact us to confirm our current rates.
Accommodation TypePrice
Powered Site
$28 - $35
Big Rig Drive through Sites
$45
Ensuite Site
$40
Extra Guests
$15 per person (ages 13 >), $5 (4-12 years), free < 4 years
Group Bookings
(10 or more RV's) $33 each
Key Deposit
$20
Booking Terms:

Kui Parks Loyalty Members: receive a 10% discount on published rates to a maximum of $30 per stay. Conditions apply.

Address

Manjimup Central Caravan Park
Lot 56, Mottram Street, MANJIMUP, WA, 6258
GPS: -34.241618, 116.148075

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