Nannup in Autumn

On a recent caravan trip we based ourselves in Nannup which is in the heart of the Blackwood River Valley. The little town is known as a garden village because of its lovely gardens and garden festivals. This historic mill town sits on the Blackwood River and when we visited the autumn trees were beautiful.


The annual Nannup Music Festival is very popular attracting thousands of visitors. While the stage was empty and the undercover stalls bare you could feel the atmosphere in the air.

Unfortunately Nannup is prone to flooding and down at the river someone has posted the flood levels in a tree with yellow markers showing the years of significant floods.

Here is a look at some scenery around the area.

Great mobs of Kangaroo were everywhere we went. This was just a few in this mob (then my camera battery went flat!).


We will be returning to this lovely area to explore some more.

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4 Responses to Nannup in Autumn

  1. Debra Kolkka says:

    What a gorgeous place. I love the little bird.

  2. Mulino Dominillo says:

    Those trees are really beautiful!

  3. Jim & Kerry says:

    Yes, very lovely at this time of the year.

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