Attractions & Activities

There are numerous activities right at your front door here at Kin Kin.
Close by are: 
  • Feed our farm animals right here at Kin Kin!

  • Fishing on the Warren River

  • Canoeing on the Warren River *

  • Bush walking trails from 1 - 15 kilometres

  • Mountain bike riding*

  • Maroning in our dam

  • Native animal watching - see the kangaroos and emus at dawn and dusk

  • Nocturnal tours

  • Bird watching

  • Wild flower walks

  • Private airstrip (guests only) -  Fly in Fly out

  • Bush golf (a little better than "bush")

  • Quinninup Tavern Restaurant (open Tuesday to Sunday)

  • Several excellent wineries - some of the finest merlot grapes

  • Tennis courts

  • Manjimup Recreational Centre

  • Manjimup Country Club -  a fully reticulated 18 Hole Golf Course

  • One Tree Bridge

  • Valley of the Giants

  • Tree Top Walk

  • Diamond Tree Lookout

  • Gloucester Tree

  • Fonty's Pool

Kin Kin is ideally situated to explore the South West region of Western Australia - in particular the Pemberton, Manjimup and Quinninup forest triangle.
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Manjimup is located 307 kilometres from Perth in the south west section of the amazing Southern Forest region. It is the perfect destination to base yourself to tour the areas of Pemberton, Walpole, Norhtcliffe and Mount Baker.


The region offers a diverse range of activities and environments to explore.

  • Historic mill towns

  • Forest walks

  • Fishing

  • Birds and Animals

  • Bush walks and Bibbulmun Track

  • Wild flowers

  • Wineries

  • Golf

  • Art Galleries


For more information, visit the Southern Forests website 



Pemberton is approximately 35 kilometres away.

There is plenty to see and do on the way. Do a short bush walk on many of the bush walking tracks close by, visit a few local wineries, stop of at Jarra Jack's brewery. Once in Pemberton the famous Gloucester tree is waiting to be climbed.


For more information, visit the Southern Forests website

Northcliffe / Windy Harbour

Northcliffe is in the heart of the lower southwest and in the Warren Blackwood region of Western Australia.

Perth to Manjimup is 307 kms. Manjimup to Northcliffe is another 66 kms. 


It is only another 20 min to Windy Harbour. The key attraction of the Northcliffe district is its diverse natural environment. Northcliffe is surrounded by towering Karri, Jarrah and Marri forests, rich coastal plains and wetlands and the spectacular cliff-tops of Point D’Entrecasteaux.


Twenty minutes south of Northcliffe is the popular holiday and fishing village of Windy Harbour. It is within close proximity to the Windy Harbour Coast, Northcliffe Forest Park, D'Entrecasteaux and the Shannon National Parks. 




Walpole is situated on the South Coast,  approximately 109 kilometres from Manjmup and 110 kilometres from Albany.

It is also surrounded by National Parks and state Forests. Walpole offers a wide range of activities from bush walking to the more water orientated activities of fishing, canoeing and white water rafting.

This is where you will find the famous Valley of the Giants and the Tree Top Walk, Fernhook Falls and the Frankland River and State National Forest.

The Walpole & Nornalup Inlets flow into the Southern Ocean. This is a popular spot for beach four wheel driving. There is also Salmon fishing along the coast.


For more information visit the Department of Parks & Wildlife



Albany is situated 229 kms from Manjimup. 

It is the most southerly city in the state. 

Albany was the site of the first settlement in Western Australia and therefore has many historical tourist attractions. The city also has a great culture and the surrounding hinterland is filled with spectacular attractions. Whales are frequent off the coast.


For more information, visit the Albany Visitor Centre website