The deck is just about finished and looks just right! Guests will enjoy e ambience of the river in their own private place while sipping a glass of wine and watching the birds and other riverside flora and fauna.
News & Events
The Southern Forest is fast being recognised as ‘Foodie Heaven’; something locals, who enjoy good food, have always known. Now visitors to the Southern Forest region are also discovering the beauty of this area is you can grow just about anything!
Every second Saturday the Manjimup Farmers Market showcases just some of the amazing produce that is grown locally. This weekend it was all about potatoes! Locals and visitors discovered just how many potato varieties there really are!!!!
Clover Cottage’s recently renovated kitchens entice the guests to gather the local produce and enjoy the taste back home in their own accommodation!
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Ready for an evening of jazz in the jarrah forest? The Gumnut Stompers are getting ready to strut their stuff in Manjimup. Soak up the sounds of New Orleans and tap your toes to the swingin’ jazz hits of yesteryear. Formed in 1987, this fun and talented group of musicians play tunes made famous by the jazz greats, including Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Jellyroll Morton, Scott Joplin and George Gershwin.
Saturday 1st February, this popular traditional Jazz group will have everyone tapping and jiving in the Manjimup Timber Park.
Get together a picnic and come along for a sunset concert from 5pm to 11pm. This BYO event will cost $40 per person and all funds raised will be shared between the Manjimup Lions Club and Royal Flying Doctor.
This is the 4th presentation of Jazz in the Jarrah, which in the past has been showcased on the beautiful property of Lisa and Toby Lambert. Popular local Jazz Bands will also be performing on the night.
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For our honeymoon we had a truly relaxing week here at Clover Cottage. We enjoyed the tranquil setting, happy donkeys and goats, cute little blue wrens, sheep etc. Eggs from the chickens were tasty on the bread baked fresh in our cottage. We loved the smell of the bread baking on our arrival. Myself being a keen angler, I flicked all manner of lures in search of trout and refin. Red or black spinners worked the best on the redfin and blades and lipless crankbaits also got me a few ferals. After a week of casting in the mid 30s weather I finally got a couple of trout DEEP in the bottom lake.
We had a lovely time
Rite and Loren Berlinck