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 now have a choice of 3 different locations to now go and enjoy your basket of goodies.

In order of distance from here:

Arboretum and Foreshore Park

Distance: 5.6 km

– Free entry
– Dogs allowed on lead

Nannup Arboretum is a must-see not just for botanical buffs. Planted in the 1926 it showcases a collection of trees from around the world and all are labelled to mark their origin and details. Based virtually in the centre of town it’s a beautiful shady spot to enjoy your picnic.

You may want to follow that with a stroll across the nearby Old Railway Bridge. The restored 100 year old bridge plays an integral role in linking the town’s Foreshore Park with the world famous Bibbulmun Track, the St Johns Brook Conservation Area and the wildflower trails of Kondil Park.

Also see here The Nannup totem poles, the result of a collaborative project celebrating Nannup’s past, present and future. The 8 totems were designed and created by community members to showcase 8 aspects of Nannup’s cultural heritage. The flood tree marks the very impressive levels that the Blackwood River has risen to over the years. The foreshore park has an amphitheatre, covered free barbecues, picnic tables, a large grassed area and toilets.

Tank 7 Lookout

Distance: 9.5 km

– Free entry
– No dogs allowed

Tank 7 is one of a number of concrete tanks which dot the hills around Nannup and were once used to supply water to crews fighting fires in the area. The views over Nannup and the surrounding hills and valleys are superb. This is a fantastic spot for viewing sunsets or in fact at any time of day. The picnic table and benches are perfectly located.

The lookout is now part of The Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park trail network which suits beginner to expert riders. These world-class trails are some of the best in Western Australia.

Barrubup Pool

Distance: 12 km

– Free entry
– Dogs not allowed

Barrabup Pool is a naturally formed watering hole and a stunningly peaceful location. It’s a popular swimming and canoeing spot with surrounding tall native trees which provide plenty of shade by the tranquil waters.

The viewing platform provides endless photo opportunities and the picnic table is beautifully shaded.

Barrabup was once a thriving timber mill town in the early 19th century and as you approach the pool you will see the remains of the mill office, which is the only evidence remaining of its existence.

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!


This wonderful eclectic shop showcases local produce, arts, crafts, and more from Nannup and the SW region of WA.
Over 60 artists stock their unique designs and products in store. You can also shop with them online.
Tel: 9756 1901


The sweetest little healthy eating place in town with the cutest outdoor eating area down the laneway and at the rear.
Great coffee, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free yummies on offer.

Tel: 9756 1351


A 100 year old farm with chestnut trees, chestnut fed pigs, beautiful country gardens and an idyllic farm stay.
One thousand certified organic, biodynamically planted, chestnut
trees provide the sweetest chestnuts you will taste. During the chestnut season (April to early June), you’re invited to come and Pick Your Own (PYO) Sweet Chestnuts.
From the chestnuts a wide range of unique and award-winning chestnut products are created available at the farm or purchased from the website.
Tel: 0409 104 120


The Secret Garden café offers delicious meals as well as morning and afternoon tea. Our menu features seasonal specials. Our popular Devonshire Tea with a lavender scone jam and cream pared with any drink is always on offer. Now licensed, serving local wine, gin as well as a selection of beers.
The farm shop has all their handmade lavender products as well as preserves, a range of home wares and plants.
The campground offers a peaceful garden setting surrounded by trees and in season you can go on a guided lavender field tour. All details on the website.
Tel: 0428 302 370


“Tiger Valley gallery is unique. Selling high quality furniture, original artwork, quality knitware, homemade preserves and other exclusive crafts. All of which is made by our family. Customization of our items
is what we do best! This includes our family’s range of Margaret River Venison.”

Tel: 0477 186 103


Located in the old Nannup Garage, this lovingly renovated hotspot houses a small micro-brewery offering cold beers, scenic views, friendly service and great vibes.
They have a fun yummy menu and focus on bringing top local live music to help brighten your visit. If you’d like to share the love, gift cards are available on their website.
Tel: 97009011


Cambray Sheep Cheese is a small family-operated business run by the Wilde Family which has achieved remarkable success since opening in 2005. The unique range, all awarded gold medals, includes soft white- mould cheeses, a traditional Greek style feta, and a variety of matured cheese including the famous Farmhouse Gold. All Cambray’s sheep milk cheeses are considered ‘Farmhouse’ status, meaning the sheep are milked on the farm, then processed on the farm by the farmer.
Cambray prides itself on its high quality and traditional methods for a true paddock to plate product. If you can’t visit the farm you can keep your Cambray supplies topped up by shopping on the website.


Nestled in pristine jarrah forest, individual self-contained chalets are surrounded by natural bush, offering privacy and tranquillity. Situated only 6km from Nannup town with direct access to the old timberline trail, Loose Goose is the perfect place for your relaxing getaway surrounded by magnificent native forests.
A unique rustic function centre is available for events and private camping.
Tel: 0438 925 960