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Kin Kin Retreat

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From $90/night

Kin Kin is ideally situated to explore the South West region of Western Australia. In particlular the Pemberton, Manjimup and Quinninup forest triangle. Just 29km from Pemberton, 25km from Manjimup and 7km from Quinninup. It is also just a short distance to the major tourist centres of Walpole an... view more info

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Description

Unique jarrah chalets situated on the Warren River and set amongst 250 acres of bush land and State Forest.

  • Barbeque
  • Bushwalking Trails
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Continental Breakfast Included
  • Fishing
  • Groups Welcome
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Linen Provided
  • Non Smoking Indoors
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Private Fridge
  • Recreational Lake
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Location

3628 Cutting Road, Manjimup WA 6258, Australia

Directions

Situated 29km from Pemberton and 25km from Manjimup. From Pemberton head 17km towards the Southwest highway, when you get to the T-Junction, then turn right and go down till you get to Wheatley Coast Road on your left hand side. Head up Wheatley Coast Road for about 10km then turn right into Cutting Road. Kin kin retreat is 4km up Cutting Road.

From Manjimup head up the Southwest Highway and go straight past the Pemberton Turnoff continuing up till you get to get to Wheatley Coast Road on your left hand side. Head up Wheatley Coast Road for about 10km then turn right into Cutting Road. Kin kin retreat is 4km up Cutting Road. . . . .

There are numerous facilities and activities right at your front door. Some of these include:

Fishing on the Warren River - trout and perch

Canoeing on the Warren River

Bush walking trails from 1 - 15 kilometres

Swimming and row boating on the dam

Mountain bike riding

Maroning in our dam

Native animal watching - see the kangaroos and emus at dawn and dusk

Nocturnal tours

Bird watching

Wild flower walks

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