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The Nannup town has a truly quaint main street, complete with planter boxes bursting with seasonal blooms, shopfront verandahs & weatherboard facades.  Cafes, galleries & craft shops, the Nannup Hotel (a true classic country pub), historic buildings, charming wooden furniture stores, antiques & souvenir stores and a delicious bakery are just a taste of what you'll find in town.

Venturing beyond the township, winding country roads traverse green hills & ancient jarrah & marri forests against the backdrop of the beautiful Blackwood River.  There is plenty to do.  A vast selection of nature trails to walk & cycle & many unique local producers for the gourmet traveler to visit at the farm gate, from chestnuts, to the award winning Cambray Cheese, honey, lavender, meat, wine & much more.

Take a look below for a small selection of what a stay at Nannup Forest View can offer.

Nannup town and its bustling high street offers plenty for everyone including quaint cafes, galleries & craft shops, a delicious bakery, an abundance of historical buildings, the beautiful Blackwood River and fortnightly Saturday morning markets.

At Cambray Cheese visitors can sample a delicious range of farmhouse cheese and bring along a bottle of local wine to enjoy with a cheese platter in the peaceful farm surrounds. Traditional English teas, scones & Jane's famous fruitcake served with cheese are not to be missed.  Visitors can view the afternoon milking and watch the cheese-makers busy at work.

Barrabup Pool is beautiful natural pool within St John Brook, situated in the Nannup area (about 10 minutes west from Nannup Town).  Barrabup Pool is the perfect place to enjoy the serenity of the beautiful views or take a swim on a warm summer’s day. There is a wooden jetty platform to walk out on and enter the pool.  Canoeing and swimming are popular at this forest-lined pool. Fishing and marroning are seasonal.

The Kondil Wildflower Park's trails consists of the Casurina Loop (700m) and the Sheok Loop (2.5km) which form an elongated figure of eight. The trail is well marked and meanders through native bush land with spectacular wildflower displays, native trees, birds and animal life.

The Old Timberline Trail is a 22 km walk and cycle trail following a disused railway line between Nannup and Cambray Siding. The Sidings Rail trail is now part of the Munda Biddi cycling trail from Jarrahwood to Nannup.  In days gone by timber milling was a large part of local industry.  In 1909 a railway line from Busselton to Nannup was opened to allow growth of the logging industry in the district.  Soon after, company railway lines crisscrossed much of the bush to transport prized jarrah timber back to Busselton.  The Old Timberline Trail represents a significant part of Western Australian history.

The Munda Biddi Trail (means 'path through the forest' in the Noongar Aboriginal language) is a world-class, long distance, nature based off-road cycling trail. The Nannup section of the trail uses the Sidings Rail Trail which meanders through State forest and Conservation Park for most of the way. It is a pleasant ride following the old rail formation through jarrah and marri forest, passing several old timber railway bridges, cuttings and railway sidings.

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