Walks and Parks of Jarrahdale

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. 

Whether attending a guided walk or walking on your own we recommend bringing good shoes, water, sunscreen, hat, walking stick, insect repellent, and personal medications. 

All guided walks are led by experienced and knowledgable volunteers from the Jarrahdale Heritage Society, Inc.  If you would like to explore Jarrahdale on your own you can pick up Walks Maps from the Old Post Office Museum or local shops.

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Parks of Jarrahdale, Western Australia

Forest Green

Brady Street, Jarrahdale
Family friendly grassed open space with children's playground suitable for a range of ages and half court basketball court. There is shade and sheltered bbq facilities and picnic tables. Road side parking. - View Map

Gooralong Park

off Atkins Street
Gooralong Park is situated in Serpentine National Park. Offering many walk trails, this is a perfect destination for those who enjoy the outdoors. Closed to vehicles. No camping. No toilet facilities available. - View Map

Jarrahdale Heritage Park

Jarrahdale Road
Featuring walk trails through the Gooralong Valley, the Jarrahdale Townsite and historic mill sites. Car parking adjacent to the Old Post Office Museum, public toilets with disabled access. Picnic tables on site with shaded pathways along the Brook.
Interpretive signs situated at the starting point of the Heritage Town Walk Loop Trail.
The Heritage Park is an ongoing project by the Jarrahdale community. - View Map

Langford Park

Nettleton Road
Well sign posted access from Nettleton Road, this bauxite mine site was the first Alcoa rehabilitation project (opened 1975) and now provides a peaceful shaded bushland setting with toilets, gas barbecues, disabled access in car park and toilets. Wheel chair and pram access on paved paths to the picnic sites. There are well marked walk, mountain bike and bridle trails. - View Map

Pipehead Dam

Kingsbury Drive
Picturesque picnic area with gas barbeques, toilet facilities, play areas, recreation lake and walk trails. You can walk over the wall and see the dam which is always kept full of water, prior to piping to Perth. - View Map

Serpentine Dam

Kingsbury Drive
The Serpentine Dam is part of WA's scheme water supply, managed by the Department of Water, no dogs allowed. There are picnic areas (with free barbeques) by the water on the north and south sides of the dam. The south side has shaded grassed areas below the dam wall, with access to disabled toilet. The north side has a playground over looking the dam. There is a road and walkway across the dam wall. Café on the Dam is located on the north side (Closed Thursday and Fridays). http://www.jarrahdale.com.au/eat-and-stay-in-jarrahdale - View Map

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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