|Most expensive month:||June|
|Average price in Manjimup:||S$ 150/night|
|Cheapest price found:||S$ 121/night|
|Most expensive day:||Tuesday|
Surrounded by native forests, Manjimup is a country town in the heart of Australia's South West, where you can try some of the world’s rarest truffles. A Manjimup holiday often includes climbing towering karri trees, exploring scenic bushwalking tracks or cooling off in shady swimming holes.
Over 50 metres tall, the Diamond Tree was once used to spot fires burning in the surrounding forests. Today you can climb metal rungs to a wooden viewing platform that offers sweeping views over the canopy.
It may be a small country town, but Manjimup has a reputation for its local food scene. It's famous for its black Perigord" truffles that thrive in its fertile soil and are advertised on fine-dining menus across Australia. To learn more about the exclusive ingredient, sign up for a forest forage with Truffle & Wine Co or sample tasting plates and mains at the on-site cafe.
Head to One Tree Bridge Conservation Park for bushwalking and fishing. Soak up the sights of the karri forest and see the remains of the bridge that was never completed. The park is also home to Glenoran Pool, a scenic swimming hole surrounded by karri trees and eucalypts.
The Timber & Heritage Park anchors the Manjimup town centre. It's a great place to pack a picnic and features free barbecues and a mini lake. It's also dotted with an interesting collection of logging memorabilia and vintage farming equipment.
The Manjimup town centre is easy to navigate on foot, though you'll need a car to explore the rest of the South West region. It's around 300 kilometres south of Perth, with the drive taking approximately three hours.
522 reviews rated Manjimup Motor Inn with an average score of 7.5/10. It may also be worth looking into the Manjimup Kingsley Motel, which received a rating of 7.8/10 from 669 reviews. Manjimup Gateway Hotel could also be a good option, with a score of 7.7/10 from 513 reviews.