Community Post Agency

Mon, Wed and Fri 3pm - 5pm

This great service is staffed and maintained by community members.

Another QCA instigated community service. After much lobbying to the Shire and Australia Post, this service came into being as a fully fledged postal agency.

Post and receive your letters and parcels.

Post Office opening times,
Mon, Wed and Fri 3pm - 5pm

History/Library Room


Working on refurbishment and converting to history room.

Quinninup Tavern


The Quinninup Tavern began its life as a Workers Club providing a bar and social life for the workers in the Quinninup Mill.

It was built at the same time as the houses which accommodated the mill management and workers' families.

When the mill was closed down in 1982, the town was sold to a….

Nature Walk Trails


Unique worldwide, the Karri and Jarrah forests of the South West of Western Australia are filled with a fascinating diversity of flora and fauna.

There are three walk trails to enable visitors to experience first hand the wonders of nature in our surroundings.

The Eagle Totem


The Eagle Totem was made by a local artist craftsman, John Goodlad in 1983 to promote Quinninup.

It was initially positioned at the intersection of Wheatley Coast Road and the SouthWest Highway.

Eco Tourist Park


Surrounded by large trees and wildflowers the Quinninup Eco Tourist Park is centrally located at Lot 11 Wheatley Coast Rd.

51 large powered, grassed drive through sites are available we also offer 5 self-contained chalets that sleeps unto 6 people.

Tuesday Ladies Club


Ladies Day - enjoy an afternoon of discussion, maybe a game of cards or bring your craft to work on or show and tell.

New faces are always welcome, lovely way to meet local people.

Tuesdays 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Quinninup Community Centre - Room 5

Art Group

Information to come

Lake Pontoon

Information to come

Visitors are asked to please;
not light any fires.
stay on the marked trails.
please keep dogs on leads.
dress according to the season.
wear suitable footwear or hiking boots.
do not pick wildflowers or take any flora and fauna.
take your litter with you.
avoid walking on very hot, wet or windy days.
drive carefully on all gravel tracks.
enjoy and respect our backyard.

Whilst care has been taken to minimise risk, these sites and walk trails may be situated in state forest, plantation areas and old growth forests which are all subject to the dynamics of a living ecosystem. As such no liability is accepted by the QCA for any accident or injury.