Welcome to Jarrahdale Heritage Society

Jarrahdale is a small historic town nestled in the hills just 50 Km south of Perth. Situated in the Jarrah forests of the Darling Scarp, there is much to see and do in Jarrahdale. It is the perfect place to visit for a day or a week.

There are also many other interesting research tools in our Museum, collections of family facts and photographs, things to amaze and remind you of our past.  Social events, sporting events and things to keep the children amused..... call in and enjoy our museum run by friendly and helpful volunteers.

Next Guided Walk...

Kitty's Gorge Walk
Sunday 27 July

10:30 am Start from The Old Post Office Museum 631 Jarrahdale Road 

2 options available –2 or 3.5 hours but both will be challenging.

Expect steep sections, uneven ground and slippery conditions.

Walkers will be taken along the Gooralong Valley through to the Serpentine Valley.  The longer walk will be to the Serpentine Falls.  Transport back to Jarrahdale will be organised.

Bring:  Water, sturdy walking shoes with grip, hat, weather protection, insect repellent, trail snack for lunch. Cost :  Donation $10.00 per family;  $5.00 per adult.
For further information Joy on 0429 810 617.    Bring the family and enjoy Jarrahdale

Contact: Joy 0429 810 617

In the Museum...

ANZAC: Jarrahdale's Contribution
Current Exhibit

ANZAC :  Tribute to Jarrahdale Community’s contribution.  This exhibition provides very personal and moving memories found in JHS archives.

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.

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Guided Walks

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.

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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...

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