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Welcome to the Shire of Nannup

The Shire of Nannup was founded in 1834. It covers an area of 2,953 square km and embraces the town of Nannup and the localities of Barrabup, Biddelia, Carlotta, Cundinup, Darradup, East Nannup, Jalbarragup, Lake Jasper, Peerabeelup, Scott River East and Wheatley.

The Shire of Nannup is the second largest Shire in the South West Region with 149 kilometres of sealed and 387 kilometres of unsealed roads.

In general the population of 1574 (2021 census) is spread throughout the Shire district with about half of the population residing in the Nannup townsite. The word “Nannup” comes from the Noongar people and interprets as “stopping place”. The Shire of Nannup is bounded by the Shires of Augusta-Margaret River to the west, Manjimup to the south-east, Bridgetown-Greenbushes to the north-east, Donnybrook-Balingup to the north and the City of Busselton to the north-west. The Southern Ocean defines the southern boundary.

Prohibited Burning Times

Strictly no burning from 18 December, 2022 to 28 February, 2023.

If you see smoke or flames, and nothing is listed on www.emergency.wa.gov.au. please call 000 to report it.

Have your bush fire emergency plan ready to enact.

New Shire Office Hours

The Shire Office has new operating hours, these are Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm.

MTB Park Trail Report

If you see any trees down or come across any maintenance issues while riding the trails out at the Nannup Tank 7 MTB Park, please report them to the Shire of Nannup by emailing nannup@nannup.wa.gov.au, telephone 08 9756 1018 or direct message on Instagram @nannuptrails or Facebook @ShireofNannup.

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