Welcome to Jarrahdale
Jarrahdale is one of the State's oldest settlements, set in the Darling Range and surrounded by peaceful bushland. The town is only an hour south of Perth and thirty minutes south of Armadale or east of Rockingham. Come for a walk in the bush, a picnic, a mountain bike ride or just enjoy a coffee in the hills. There are many ideas on this website, maintained by the Jarrahdale Heritage Society.
The Old Post Office Museum is a good place to start your visit. There are many interesting research tools in our Museum, collections of family facts and photographs, things to amaze and remind you of our past. Many of the walks start from this point. Social events, sporting events and things to keep the children amused..... call in and enjoy our museum run by friendly and helpful volunteers.
2016 Guided Walks Calendar (371 KB)
Next Guided Walk...2016
Still Looking for Kitty
SUNDAY 24 JULY
Walkers are in for a wonderful walk down the Gooralong Creek which is running well. Be prepared for damp weather, slippery slopes and challenging climbs. Be rewarded with great views and photo opportunities. This is not an easy walk.
Register: from 10:00am at OPO Museum, 631 Jarrahdale Road.
In the Museum...
Open Saturdays (10 - 2) Sundays and Public Holidays (10 - 4)
We are very short of volunteers - would you like to help? Contact us
Many people have left stories and photographs of their ancestors who previously lived in Jarrahdale. Come into the Museum and be amazed and fascinated by their lives, so different from modern times.
Contact: Di Henniker on 9525 5161
Walks and Parks:
From our History:
Old Post Office Museum
Built in 1896, the Old Post Office provides a wealth of information on the attractions of Jarrahdale, its rich history, as well as a range of local crafts at reasonable prices.
Our award winning guided walks start at the Old Post Office Museum, 631 Jarrahdale Road, unless stated otherwise. Donations appreciated – funds go towards upkeep of trails, signs etc.
History of Jarrahdale
In the 1830s, a route was marked and cleared from the Kelmscott region south east to King George Sound, (now Albany) and was to be known in time as the Albany Highway...