Walk Trails

Our History

Flora & Fauna

Welcome to Jarrahdale

One of Western Australia’s oldest settlements, Jarrahdale is set in the Darling Range and surrounded by Jarrah forest. The town is only an hour south of Perth and thirty minutes from Armadale or Rockingham.

Take a walk in the bush, have a picnic or just enjoy a coffee in the hills.  Absorb the forest’s flora & fauna and allow your senses to come alive – see, hear and smell nature at its best.  Spend time exploring our museum and taking in the town’s history. Buy maps of the many walk trails and join our guided bush walks.

Jarrahdale Heritage Society, based at the Old Post Office museum, is run by volunteers who are committed to preserving the area’s natural and man-made history.



Normal opening times:

Saturday 10.00 am to 2.00 pm

Sunday 10.00 am to 4.00 pm

Public Holidays:

10.00 am to 4.00 pm

Over the summer our volunteers have given the museum a face lift.  Come in and enjoy the experience.  We look forward to welcoming our visitors. If you have any research queries come and visit us or call our Curator.



Our popular Ghost Walk will focus on OCCUPATIONS this year.  Your guided evening tour will take you on a journey to hear about the many occupations that made the town a thriving centre of activity.

Meet at the Bruno Gianatti Memorial Hall, Munro Street Jarrahdale.

Registrations from 6pm; First Walk Group starts at 7pm.

Cost $10 per person
children aged 4 and under free
EFTPOS available Cash Preferred

 Sausage sizzle, tea, coffee, soft drinks available.

Raffle Tickets for Sale

Further information Di 0432 795 679


No Guided Walks have been planned for 2024.  We are looking for a Guided Walks Coordinator.  If you are interested please contact:   admin@jarrahdale.com


 Our Walk Book “Jarrahdale Tracks & Trails” offers a choice of different walks in and around our town.  The book may be purchased online HERE.

Jarrahdale History Trail

The Jarrahdale Town Walk now History Trail has new signage.
Check it out and use the new informative booklet which includes interesting historic information.


To purchase visit Maps & Payments