​Quinninup is nestled amongst tall Karri trees 350km south of Perth and 20 minutes by car from Pemberton and Manjimup. Quinninup's history dates back to the 1800's. In the 1920's land was released for farming and in 1947 the timber company, Millars, established a timber mill. The town flourished until the mill was sold and disbanded in 1982. The Karri Lake was constructed and now the township is a peaceful retreat for many who wish to live close by a beautiful lake.



Quinninup Town has a beautiful range of wild flowers to show, the two tracks around town portrait these perfectly!

Sir James Mitchell NP is a great place to explore the wild flowers and wild life along the King Karri Track and the Orchard Walk which both are about 5 km long.