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manjimup timber parkManjimup's playground at the Timber park officially opened this winter and is proving to be very popular with both tourists and local residents. Whilst the Timber park had been established for over 25 years, the custom built playground has given the park a fresh new face-lift and has increased visitor numbers significantly. manjimup timber park 4The specialized play equipment, which has been custom made for Manjimup, consists of a 40m long tandem flying fox, a 7m tall climbing net, water play, cubbies, slides, swings, rides, diggers, spinning disks and sculptures of our local animals. The ground around equipment is either  rubberized or white sand and provides a safe fun environment for kids of all ages. manjimup flying foxMy kids are big fans of the flying fox which is definitely one of the highlights of the new park for all age groups. My 5 year old was a bit daunted at first, but once she tried it we couldn't get her to leave! Manjimup timber park 2A lovely water feature runs through the middle of the park and the kids can use old style hand water pumps to make the water flow through the rocky creek. Great for the warmer months. As well as all of the wonderful playground equipment there are barbeques, picnic shelters, large grassed areas to play on, and a cafe that all form part of the park. It's about a 25 minute drive from the Lavender and Berry Farm at the northern end of Manjimup and is well worth a visit if you have kids in tow. Manjimup Timber and Heritage Park is located at the northern end of Rose Street, in the middle of the town of Manjimup. The new $1.14 million multi-aged playground forms part of the Royalties for Regions SuperTown funded Manjimup Town Centre Revitalisation Project.

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