• Quinninup Tavern

    This long time character of the Quinninup landscape has a brand new look after it was destroyed by fire. Come and checkout our local.

  • St Mark's Church

    In the 1870’s early settler families Wheatley, Blechynden, Mottram, Hall and Clark commissioned local builder Jack Haines to construct a school and community building 

  • Nature Walk Trails

    Unique worldwide, the Karri and Jarrah forests of the South West of Western Australia are filled with a fascinating diversity of flora and fauna.

  • Ancient Bunya Tree

    Even though it is native to Queensland and the wet tropics this rare example of the Bunya Pine has grown to enormous size here in the south-west of WA.

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    Munda Biddi

    The Munda Biddi Bike Trail is fast becoming a first class nature-based off-road cycling experience and expected to be a “World Top 10 Ride”.

  • Windy Habour

    Windy Harbour is a holiday settlement surrounded by D’Entrecasteaux National Park. A picturesque 45 minute drive via Northcliffe and provides visitors with spectacular scenery, a safe harbour on the rugged coast line and is famous for it’s fishing.

  • Flora & Fauna

    Quinninup is fortunate to have an abundance of native flora and fauna within the natural forest and developed residential area.  

  • Moons Crossing

    Moons Crossing is a beautiful section of the Warren River just outside Northcliffe with spectacular rock pools and magnificent photographic opportunities. Settle down for lunch at the picnic facilities while admiring the beauty of the crossing.

  • Kids Riding Horses

    Bridle Trails

    Three bridle trails are available in Shannon National Park and they all start from the Shannon Horse Camp. They vary in length from 7 to 20km and can be combined to make a longer ride.  All three trails pass through jarrah and karri forest and the wildflowers in spring are spectacular.

  • The Eagle

    The eagle was made by a local artist craftsman, John Goodlad in 1983 to advertise the location of Quinninup where he had his studio.

Images courtesy of:

Fritz Nabholz 

Mick Hill

Tom Chovka

Wendy Eiby

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