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Avon Descent


Jimperding - Wandoo forest Morangup Road by the National Park

Community Groups

Morangup is home to numerous community groups and service such as the volunteer bush fire brigade and community library. Informaion on each of these groups can be found by selecting any of the images to the left or on the various links below

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Local Attractions

Many visitors pass through Morangup on their way to visit Toodyay and surrounding areas. Tourist drives along Morangup Road and Lovers Lane would take them past vast stretches of national forest, with unique views of the ‘Wandoo’ and eucalypt forests.
Morangup Nature Reserve is located between Morangup and Toodyay roads and hosts a variety of local flora and fauna, particularly in spring.

The Avon Descent, a white water event is held in August each year. The event begins in Northam transverses Morangup through the national forest and ends in the Swan river at Maylands. People can see the events from several vantage points along the way by Toodyay and in Morangup. https://www.avondescent.com.au/

Morangup is also the entry to the beautiful Avon Valley National Park.  Established in 1970, spanning  43.66km2, this beautiful park features panoramic views of the Avon Valley, granite outcrops and forests of Jarrah, Marri, Powder bark and Wandoo.  A wide variety of birds and wildlife can also be seen.
With limited facilities the park makes an ideal place for visitors and campers looking for a wildness experience. Offering a place of peace and quiet, bird and native animal watching, bushwalking and the chance to explore the Avon Valley.  Entry to the park is off Morangup Road.

For more information on what this beautiful park offers, along with maps of the area visit www.dpaw.wa.gov.au

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