Have you ever come across an old building and wondered about its previous life?
When in Nannup, there’s no need to guess. The town’s heritage trail brings to life the former uses of local cultural sites and heritage buildings.
For example, did you know that the building at Lot 1 Warren Road was opened in 1926 and was occupied by the Nannup Roads Board until 1963? Since 2002, it has housed The Nannup Historical Society.
A partnership between the Nannup Historical Society and Shire of Nannup, the Nannup Heritage Trail provides a fascinating window into the histories of a long list of local places of interest.
As you journey through the town and discover its past, you will find interpretative plaques marking sites along the trail. These plaques provide historical photos and information that will enrich your knowledge of Nannup. You will also learn about individuals who helped to shape the town.
A companion booklet is available to assist with self-guided tours. The guide can be purchased from Nannup Historical Society, the Nannup Community Resource Centre, Nannup Shire offices and A Taste of Nannup.