Jarrahdale Heritage Society
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2014
Jarrahdale Heritage Society has won acclaim for its interesting exhibitions and this new display is no exception. 

The Museum has recently undergone extensive renovations, new roof, brilliant new paint job and and a new exhibition for you to enjoy.

First Timber Town

This exhibition brings together interesting facts, artifacts and photographs from the very early days of Jarrahdale - First Timber Town.

Visit the museum on weekends or public holidays between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.  Alternatively, if you would like to make a special visit, members of the Society will be more than happy to open the museum – contact us either via our website www.jarrahdale.com or telephone Di Henniker on 9525 5161.

 THE TONY HENNIKER LONG WALK
 Sunday 27 April 2014

In memory of, and in tribute to Tony who was a dedicated member of the Society and was a Walks Group Leader for more than 10 years.  He was passionate about bushwalking and the Jarrahdale Forests.  Tony created and maintained some of the most beautiful walk trails to be found in Perth's bushlands.
In his honour a special trail has been created to include some of Tony's favourite walks.


Cost:  Donation $10 for family; $5 per adult

Bring:  Water, sturdy walking shoes with grip, hat, weather protection, insect repellent, sandwich lunch.  Afternoon tea will be available after the walk.
Info:  Joy 0429 810 617 
 
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 Next Walk 25 May 2014 

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Jarrahdale - always worth a visit.
Guided & Self-Guided  Walks
Jarrahdale Country Markets
4th Sunday of the Month


The Jarrahdale Heritage Society regularly run guided walks showing Jarrahdale's most historic and beautiful sites.

Click here to download
the 2014 Walks Calendar
(PDF)

The markets are held every 4th Sunday of the month
from 8am - 1pm in Munro Street.

Jarrahdale Country Markets

Jarrahdale Log Chop
Morse Code Equipment

The Jarrahdale Log Chop is happening on the


1st SUNDAY in OCTOBER

 

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