The Nannup Clock Tower is located in the small town of Nannup in Western Australia’s south west and features the world’s largest wooden pendulum clock.
Experience the extraordinary accomplishment of this wooden masterpiece that is both art work and a working clock. The handcrafted clock is 6 metres high and took 7 years to build. This is an astounding achievement and you will appreciate the sheer audacity of building a dream and be delighted by the quality, precision and beauty.
You will be able to get up close to the workings but not close enough to touch. You can smell the wood and hear the click, click, click and hum of the gears. If you are lucky, you will see the self-winding mechanism turn over – although, this only happens every 24 hours.
There is an audio tour and display which tells the story of the clock and the town that inspired it. Clockmaker Kevin Bird knows how to tell a story and you will be able to listen to Kevin tell the story in his unique way.
Art & Culture Birdwatching Cafe Coach Parking Enquiry Desk Family Free Wifi Interpretive Centre Non Smoking Shop Visitor Information Centre Walk
AUD7 – Children
AUD11 – Seniors price on Wednesdays
AUD14 – Adults
AUD11 – Price per person for groups of 10 or more pre-booked
AUD18 – Clockmaker talk by Kevin Bird