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Ben LoughranManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Christmas trees which were decorated by the students at Nannup District High School.
Camera IconChristmas trees which were decorated by the students at Nannup District High School. Credit: Supplied

Experience Nannup during the summer school holidays with a variety of activities for the young people in our region.

From Christmas decoration making workshops through to Try the Trail — a mountain bike guided ride — there is something for everyone.

Nannup is well known for its festivals and surrounded by nature and in January you can help make a floating island at Foreshore Park or help build exciting art installations for the 2022 Nannup Music Festival.

There is also time to enjoy the new Emu nature playground at Marinko Tomas Park or discover the nature trails surrounding our town and the Blackwood River.

Make sure you mark into your calendar the annual Family Fun Day for January 18 where you can enjoy the water play, rock-climbing activities, entertainment, learn about the native animals living in Nannup including a retile display and decorate a possum box for your garden.

There is so much to see and do while in Nannup and do not forget to download the new visitor information app Experience Nannup.

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