Congratulations, You’ve solved all your clues!

There’s just one more step to completing your Secret Picnic adventure… and that’s eating it of course!

You have a choice of 4 different locations to now go and enjoy your basket of goodies.

In order of distance from here:

Fonty’s Pool

Distance: 1.4 km

– $3 per person entry
– Dogs allowed on lead

The swimming pool from which the park takes its name is a famous icon and local landmark. Consisting of nearly an acre of fresh spring water and known as the fountain of youth, it provides a beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic, barbecue, sundowner, refreshing swim or simply floating around on the tractor tubes enjoying the ambience.
www.fontyspool.com.au

Heritage Park

Distance: 9.6 km

– No pass required
– Dogs allowed on lead

Perfect for kids of all ages with the giant slide and flying fox. 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. Take your picnic and stay for the day – there’s something for the whole family to enjoy!
manjimupheritagepark.com.au

The Diamond Tree


Distance: 15 km

– No pass required
– Dogs not allowed

During the 1930s and 1940s a series of exceptionally tall karri trees were assigned as fire lookouts. They were used to spot the onset of any fires within the area and by 1952 there were eight tree towers in use.
The Diamond Tree is a giant karri tree located just south of Manjimup on the South Western Highway. A wooden viewing platform built in 1939 is located 49 metres up, and was the oldest wooden platform fire look-out in use until its closure in 2019. 
You can no longer climb this tree, but there is a lovely picnic area and it’s still worth checking out this giant of the forest.

The King Jarrah


Distance: 15 km

– No pass required
– Dogs not allowed due to baiting

Visit this massive jarrah tree at the edge of Manjimup townsite, estimated to be over 500 years old and enjoy the birdsong and wildflowers on the 0.8km loop trail.
King Jarra Loop Trail Info

Fun facts:
How do you tell a Jarrah tree from a Marri?
The Jarrah has small, rounded gum nuts, while the Marri has large, urn-shaped nuts, called “honky nuts” in Western Australia.
Jarrah trees have a relatively slow growth rate and can take 250 to 400 years to reach a 70cm diameter.

As a visitor to our beautiful National Parks, we ask that you play your part in caring for these environments by leaving no trace. Stay on the designated trails and avoid shortcuts; leave all rocks, shells, flowers and objects of interest as you find them, to guard against damage and so that others can also discover and appreciate them as they are. Remember to take all your rubbish home with you and should you encounter areas of indigenous significance, please do not touch aboriginal art or disturb sites of cultural significance in any way.
These parks have been reserved for the protection and conservation of our natural biodiversity, they are treasured places for us all to reconnect with our natural world.

Your food providers today have loved taking part in your picnic adventure!

You may like to visit them again, take a friend or buy some of their goodies online.

Here are their details to refer to later!

Naked Pantry

A sweet little country gourmet grocer selling honey, truffles, bulk food, tea, cheese, snacks, local stuff, continental stuff, you name it!
Buy in bulk and save and you can also buy online.

www.nakedpantrywa.com.au
Tel: 0488 333 993

The Cherry Box

This great little shop provides fresh fruit & veg, gourmet lines, health foods and continental groceries with an emphasis on genuinely Southern Forest and Valleys produce. The place smells just so fresh!

Tel: 9771 1400

Tall Timbers

A restaurant, brew pub and all-round great experience plus you can also buy your favourite bevvy online.
They support local farmers and showcase world-renowned produce to tantalise your tastebuds via their extensive menu. 40+ local wines are also available at the unique automatic self-serve wine-tasting bar.

www.talltimbersmanjimup.com.au
Tel: 9777 2052

Hound & Hunter

A very cool Deli and Test kitchen creating deli goods and fresh gelato all made from scratch using beautiful local ingredients including local Manjimup truffles in season.
Visit for lunch, freshly brewed coffee and then take home some gourmet delights.

houndandhunter.com
Tel: 6716 7792

Truffle Hill

Since 1997 Truffle Hill has been dedicated to producing some of the finest Perigord Truffles in the world. It was Australia’s first truffière. Each year Truffle Hill allows a limited number of people to enjoy a unique truffle hunting experience. Check the website for details.
Shop the stunning truffle products online too and even find some great recipes there to incorporate them at home.

www.trufflehill.com.au
Tel: 9777 2474

Guadagnino Orchard

One of the region’s pioneering farming families, the Guadagnino family have been growing the best the area can produce for generations. The family farm was created Ray’s father Alfonso who arrived as a new migrant from Italy after WW2 seeking a better life for his family.
Each year for the Cherry Festival you can book the magical experience of dining in the midst of their cherry orchard. Throughout the rest of the year their on-farm shop sells the freshest fruit along with delicious home recipe preserves and condiments.

facebook.com/AGuadagninoCo
Tel: 9771 2153