Welcome to the Shire of Nannup

Welcome to the Shire of Nannup

The Shire of Nannup encompasses the beautiful town of Nannup in the South West’s Blackwood Valley. 

Asphalt Resurfacing on Warren Road (Nannup Main Street)

The Shire of Nannup has recently been notified by Main Roads WA that asphalt resurfacing works are to take place on Warren Road (Main Street) in the Nannup.

Warren Road is part of the Vasse Highway and road surface maintenance is the authority of Main Roads WA with the works to be undertaken as part of their 2018/2019 State Road Resurfacing Program.

There will be two sections having works performed:

  • Nannup Main Street 190 metres between Forrest Street and Adam Street including intersections.
    Both North and South bound lanes.    
  • This work will take place during nightshifts between Tuesday 19 February and Wednesday 20 February from 7pm to 5am; weather permitting. 
  • Blackwood River Bridge
    150 metres consisting of the bridge deck and approaches
    Full width of the bridge
    To be carried out 19th & 20th February 2019

Main Roads WA advises that the dates determined for the works can be subject to change due to weather or other factors. Traffic management will be in place for the duration of the works.

For more information, please contact Main Roads WA on 138 138 or visit their website at www.mainroads.wa.gov.au

Australia Day Citizenship Awards 2019

Australia Day Active Citizenship Award:
Diane Ness

Diane is involved in the Community Kitchen which provides an evening meal to seniors and those in need once per week. She is a member of the craft group and is currently coordinating the project to renovate Community House. Diane has been the Chair of BIGN for the past 2 years and remains a committee member. She has assisted the organisation to grow and been a key member of the Stripes of Nannup project.

Diane is also the current President of the Nannup CWA and helps constantly to fundraise and improve the lives of women in rural Australia. In 2017 Diane was the catering coordinator for the Tour of Margaret, bringing together all of the community groups to fundraise at this event.

Diane, along with her husband Graeme have organised fund raising dances and events for various organisations in Nannup and coordinated line dancing classes.

Diane is always there to help with community events and activities, and truly wants to see the best for Nannup in everything that she does.

Australia Day Youth Citizenship Award:
Heath Dobson

Heath was a very good tee-ball player and when he became too old to play he took on the role of junior coach. Heath assists the Nannup Tee Ball & Baseball Association on their trips to Perth to assist coaching the team for the State championships. Heath has been fabulous with all the kids.

From this he became team manager to help out the adults, a role which he has taken on with great enthusiasm.

Heath is an active member of the Nannup Mountain Bike Club and was a key member who assisted to build the pump track.

Australia Day Active Senior Citizenship Award:
Heather Roach

Heather has been an active volunteer in Nannup since she moved here. In the early days she was a volunteer at the visitors centre, helping people with tourist information. Heather has been a founding member of the Glee club and participates in community events with this group. Heather is a key member of Gentle Gym and has a role in helping with transport to and from activities and making sure everyone is OK. Heather is a member of the Tennis club, Wellness club and Historical society.

She undertakes hospital visits and home visits to check on anyone she hasn’t seen in a while and generally helps out where she can.

Australia Day Active Citizenship Award for a community group or event:
The Nannup Craft Group

Over a number of years this group has held a raffle each August to raise funds for Cancer research. Approximately $53,000 has been raised to date.

Each member of the group contributes to the making of the quilt for the raffle, with the project often taking many months to come together. There are several ladies who have been long term members, including Di Longbottom, Kelva Keeley and Kaye Lock.

This year for the fund raiser in August the group are making “mini” baby quilts for new born babies who remain in hospital for a time after birth. The raffle this year is to help raise funds for the upgrading of the Community House.

The Nannup Craft Group assists each year with decorating the front of the Community House for the Nannup Flower & Garden Festival. Much energy and creativity goes into this display and visitors to town comment on this.

The Nannup Craft Group meets each Tuesday morning in the Community House and welcome new members to join them.

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Shire Contact Details

Opening Hours: 8am to 4.30pm Monday - Friday 
Address: Adam Street, Nannup WA 6275
Postal: PO Box 11, Nannup WA 6275
Phone: (08) 9756 1018 
Email: nannup@nannup.wa.gov.au