Our People


Nathan started his career in the Manjimup office as an undergraduate accountant after growing up and attending school in Manjimup.

It was late in 2000, just after the introduction of the GST, that an opportunity arose for Nathan to hone his accounting skills in real practice while completing his studies.

Now a Principal, Nathan services clients across the southwest region. 

This enabled him to develop excellent hands-on skills to be able to deliver exactly what the client wants. Over the past 22 years, Nathan has worked with numerous clients who are involved in different aspects of the business.

"I don't think you can get much better satisfaction than fixing a problem for someone, they are always very appreciative of a problem getting fixed."

Nathan has expertise in successfully transitioning farming enterprises from one generation to the next with minimal tax impacts and also ensuring that the siblings, who had left the farm previously, were adequately looked after.

Additionally, he has a keen interest in the hospitality and tourism sector and services multiple clients from those industries.

When not working, Nathan is pretty passionate about Aussie Rules and goes for the mighty Richmond Tigers. Growing up in the retail industry with his family's business, Nathan worked on his interpersonal skills from a young age and developed a keen interest in farming activities.

Solutions Nathan provides

Nathan provides taxation consulting and compliance services in the following areas: 

  • income tax advice and preparation 
  • GST and CGT compliance
  • superannuation
  • succession planning including preparation of wills

Professional associationsNathan Walter - Manjimup

  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Registered tax agent


  • Bachelor of Business - Accounting & Public Practice (Edith Cowan University)
  • MYOB Professional Partner
  • XERO Certified Advisor

Make hay while the ‘cashflow’ sun shines

10 August 2021
Have you got good cashflows coming in and ultimately, what are the best ways to use this cashflow? As you read this article, Western Australia has just come through the wettest July in many years. The rivers are flowing, dams are full, tanks are full, and the crops are just waiting for some sun. It’s just another tick in what can only be de...

Tax planning - making the most of a tax loss

31 March 2021
If you recall a few weeks back, my colleague Jessie Johnson highlighted the importance of tax planning in her article ‘Why Tax Planning for 2021 is Essential’ where she touched briefly on a couple of opportunities to consider if your business will make a taxable loss this financial year. In normal years, you would only hear from yo...

Rental properties: An ATO hotspot

24 September 2020
Rental properties are a great investment to help build off farm assets, which can be used later in life as part of a great succession plan. In the meantime, you can enjoy earning a bit of off farm income and perhaps claiming a few deductions along the way, but it’s important to know what you can claim and how much you can claim. The ATO is shi...

Cool weather but hot topics

5 August 2015
Manjimup district members of Master Builder' South West Branch recently attended the first in a planned series of updates on industry topics. Builders, suppliers, professionals and sub contractors from Manjimup and surrounds met at the town's Gateway Motel for presentations from RSM and RUIC Fire. RSM's Nathan Walter focused on the intro...

RSM announcement of new senior appointments

It's a new (financial) year and we have 11 new faces in our leadership team.  These include four Partners and seven Principals operating across its capital and regional city locations. Today, they'll be stepping into their new roles, all around the country. They are a shining example of RSM's nourishing culture of growth and mutual l...