Discover the many stories of Manjimup and the Southern Forests as you explore the 12 hectare Manjimup Heritage Park featuring museums, natural bushlands, heritage displays and walk trails. Pack a picnic and stay for the day – there’s something for the whole family to enjoy!
Manjimup Heritage Park offers visitors a unique and immersive experience into the rich history and heritage of the area. With its diverse range of attractions and exhibits, Manjimup Heritage Park promises an enjoyable and educational outing for individuals, families, and history enthusiasts alike.
Step back in time as you wander through our meticulously recreated historic village. Explore authentic buildings and structures that reflect the town’s early settler history. Each building offers a glimpse into different aspects of life in the past, including a police station, lock up, schoolhouse, and more. As you visit each building you will learn more about the history of Manjimup and life of a timber milling town.
The hamlet is also home to the Manjimup Historical Society who collect, record and conserve records relating to the history of Manjimup and the region.
Climb on board Manjimup Heritage Park’s famous adventure playground!
Are you brave enough to face the 17 metre high viewing platform and slide? Or take a turn on the 40 metre flying fox! With guaranteed thrills for the whole family, it is a must do activity for everyone.
Our adventure playground includes:
17 metre viewing platform and giant slide
4 metre climbing net
40 metre double cable flying fox
Climbing tower with slides
Toddler play area
Sculptures of local animals
You will also find the Sandra Donovan Sound Shell – feel free to jump on stage and put on your best performance!
State Timber Museum
Manjimup has a rich timber heritage, and our Timber Museum showcases the importance of the timber industry in the region. Discover the fascinating story of the local timber trade through interactive exhibits, displays, and artifacts. Learn about the logging practices, the tools and machinery used, and the impact of the industry on the community’s growth and development.
Discover how steam power revolutionised the timber industry at the Manjimup Steam Museum.
The Manjimup Steam Museum celebrates the use of steam power in saw mills and how it helped to improve processes and speed up work. The museum features historic photographs and the restored 1907 Robey Cross Compound Engine, once used at the Tone River mill.
The museum was designed and constructed by workers at Bunnings Pty Ltd as part of their centenary celebrations.
Gardens and Picnic Areas
Take a leisurely stroll through our beautifully landscaped gardens, featuring native flora and tranquil pathways. Relax and enjoy a picnic surrounded by nature’s beauty, making it an ideal spot for a family outing or a peaceful escape.
Climb aboard 109 Locomotive and meander through the Rail Relics display to discover how railways helped shape the local timber industry.
Take a journey along the timber railway and learn about the role rail played in the development of the timber industry. As you walk through the Rail Relics grounds you will discover conserved equipment and machines that helped transport timber from the region to the rest of the State and beyond.
Get up close to locomotives and haulers from the 1890s, equipment used to pull logs through the forest and timber milling machinery that worked day and night to keep the industry alive.
Manjimup Heritage Park is also home to the Power up Electricity Museum and the building is shared by the Manjimup Visitor Centre and Park Café, it’s the perfect place to stop, discover something new and begin your Southern Forests adventure.