Our pets usually like a pat and a feed around 9am, so come and meet the geese, peacocks, ducks, chooks, goats, sheep, alpacas.... and probably a few more.
Meet Missie our border collie who loves to play soccer!
As wildlife carers, we often have joeys in care that you may be lucky enough to meet.
There is also table tennis, board games, bocci and open space to kick a footy.
Foodies will love the array of food sensations close to Nannup. There are great cafes in Nannup, local produce at A Taste of Nannup, Cambray Farmhouse Cheese, Southern Forest Honey, Tathra Winery and Restaurant, True Blue Marron farm and Chestnut Brae Farm.
Mowen Road offers easy access to Margaret River wineries, specialist food outlets and galleries. Truffles and tall trees are only 45 minutes away inland to Pemberton, Manjimup, Bridgetown and other places of food and art interest.
Nannup boasts its own artisans for hand crafted furniture at The Nannup Furniture Gallery.
Located approximately 1.5km from the Nannup town centre, 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 road to the lookout is gravel however it is suitable for two wheel drive vehicles, and you will not be disappointed when you reach the picnic area. The views over Nannup and surrounds are spectacular. It is also ideal for viewing sunsets and stargazing.
The Timberline Trail is a loop off the Munda Biddi and is our back boundary. This provides easy access to and from Nannup. The Loose Goose is a great place to get a good rest before continuing on your journey.
The Blackwood River is 300 kms in length, rises inland and passes through Bridgetown, Nannup and meets the ocean at Augusta. You may BYO canoe or kayak or go for a paddle with Blackwood River Canoeing. You can explore the Donnelly River with Donnelly River Cruises.
Putt Putt golf is situated next to the Garden Centre in Brockman Street. Nannup is the very heart of the south west - a great base for day trips around the region.
Wild Eyed Press publish their own and others kid’s books, and have a shop front that sells Australiana.