Events in Southern Forests
Events in Southern Forest
Raise your glass! The first-ever Pinot Picnic is a four-day celebration of extraordinary events showcasing premium local pinot and produce across Manjimup and Pemberton, running 11 to 14 Feb 2021.
- Dates:Apr 22 - 25
- Venue:Multiple venues across Manjimup & Pemberton
- Festivals:All Festivals
- Food & Drink:Food Event,Festival,Wine,Seafood
A series of pinot-inspired events will showcase premium local produce and varieties of renowned regional pinot in the Southern Forests region. Foodies, wine-lovers and romantics will have the chance to sip, taste and explore this stunning corner of Western Australia across the four-day celebration, falling over Valentine’s Day and Lunar New Year. The Southern Forests is Australia’s most exciting emerging wine region and the leading pinot region in WA, known for quality, expressive wines. The region produces boutique, artisanal gourmet produce that are favourites among the world's top chefs and foodies, such as fresh local marron and black truffles. Pinot Picnic is an opportunity for local wineries and restaurants to showcase their world-class pinot and gourmet fare. The full program will include family picnics, live entertainment shows, sparkling soirées, tasting masterclasses, vineyard experiences and wine-matching brunches, lunches and dinners. The event offers the chance to sip, taste and explore Manjimup and Pemberton, in the heart of Karri Tree country just three and a half hours from Perth. Pinot Picnic will have available a range of hampers containing regional pinot and the best local produce to be on sale at events and for remote guests.
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Participate in the annual Karricup MTB Challenge individually or in a team through the beautiful Karri forests, at 25,50 or 100kms, designed for all levels of experience.
- Dates:Apr 24
- Time(s):7am to 5pm
- Venue:Northcliffe Visitor Centre
- Hosted By:Northcliffe Visitor Centre
- Ticket Price:$40-$150
- Sports:Local Comp,Participation Sports,Cycling
The Karri Cup MTB Challenge is a well-established event on the mountain bike calendar. This race is organised by the Northcliffe Visitor Centre, a not-for-profit association, and the race is run by a dedicated team of up to 100 volunteers from throughout the Northcliffe community. The Karri Cup offers individuals and teams the opportunity to race 25km, 50km or 100km legs in a friendly social environment through the beautiful Karri forests surrounding Northcliffe in the South West of WA. Come and share in 100 kms along the Karri Forrest with some of the world's tallest trees. A fully supported event with a course for all ages and abilities and categories for teams and solo riders that has plenty of other riding opportunities over the weekend. By participating in this event, you are supporting local community groups which provide valuable services to the people of Northcliffe.
A weekend-long food and wine festival celebrating of one of the world's most luxurious ingredients, fresh black truffles minutes from where they are found.
- Dates:Jun 25 - Jun 27
- Time(s):12:30pm to 9pm
- Hosted By:Truffle Kerfuffle
- Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event,Wine
- Festivals:All Festivals
Truffle lovers, get excited! Truffle Kerfuffle returns next year - 25 to 27 June, 2021 at Fonty’s Pool, Manjimup celebrating our 10th year!
We'll be rugged up and mingling around the fire pit, indulging in long table feasts with generous amounts of freshly unearthed truffles, joining in free cooking demonstrations and tasting the freshest truffles and renowned Southern Forests produce. NOW IS THE TIME to plan that decadent winter escape to Manjimup - a true food & wine lovers’ paradise!
An exhibition of wildlife photography
- Dates:Apr 2 - May 3
- Time(s):10am - 4pm Wednesday to Sunday
- Venue:Petrichor Gallery
- Hosted By:Petrichor Gallery
- Ticket Price:Free
- Art Exhibitions:Photography
Pip Beckerling has dedicated years to studying and observing the birds and animals of the Walpole Nornalup Inlets Marine Park. The exhibition, fledgling, captures the essential nature of the wonderful environment surrounding Walpole through the lens and eyes of one of Western Australia’s most talented nature photographers. “My hope is that through these photos others may be able to feel some of the same wonder and joy in the beauty of these wild birds that inspires me!”