Jarrahdale Heritage Society
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. When 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 walks guided 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 download them here.


 Guided Walks Calendar for 2014 will be available in the New Year

Click here for MAPS

Parks of Jarrahdale
Gooralong Park
off Atkins Street
Set amidst mature pine plantation, Gooralong Park is situated in Serpentine National Park. Offering many walk trails is a perfect destination for those who enjoy the outdoors. Temporarily closed to vehicles. No camping.
Langford Park
Nettleton Road
Rehabilitated Bauxite mine. Features walk trails, gas barbecues, adventure playground, toilets, mountain bike and bridle trails.
Serpentine Dam
Kingsbury Drive, Serpentine.
Part of WA's scheme water supply, it also has a picnic area with barbeques, walks and a cafe.
Pipehead Dam
Kingsbury Drive
Picturesque picnic area with gas barbeques, toilet facilities, play areas, recreation lake and walk trails.

You can walk over the dam wall and see the long dam which is always kept full of water, prior to piping to Perth.

Jarrahdale Heritage Park
Jarrahdale Road
Under development, featuring walk trails through the Cooralong Valley within the Jarrahdale Townsite, historic mill sites
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