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Town Hall

Known as the Root Pickers Hall because it was paid for through volunteers picking mallee roots, and opened in April 1958, the hall is situated adjacent to Roe Park. 

All Saints Church

The church was built in 1967 and is inter-denominational. Service times are displayed on a notice board in the Church gardens.

Roe Park

Named after John Septimus Roe who was the first Surveyor General, the park includes a children's playground, a skateboard track,

Roe Park

basketball ring and barbecue facilities. A memorial plaque to Major Colin Cameron, War Service Land Services Supervisor, can be found in the south east corner of the park.

Fitzgerald Biosphere Garden

Fitzgerald Biosphere Garden is located on the edge of Roe Park, the garden beds and their major landform "Ecozones" have been organised into areas and can be accessed via winding pathways through bushland, giving you the experience of the different landforms of the biosphere.

Turn off the South Coast Highway at the southern entrance to Jerramungup onto Memorial Drive (signposted to the Industrial Area). Follow the road around for 700 metres and the garden is on the corner of Lancaster Road & Memorial Road.

Lions Park

An attractive tree-shaded park picnic facilities, tourist information board and public toilets (disabled facilities provided). This area is also the designated coachline pickup and drop off point, and the starting point for the Jerramungup Heritage Trail.

Jerramungup Heritage Trail

The Jerramungup Heritage Trail starts from Lions Park and visits the following points of interest:

Heritage Trail

- Tourist Information Centre
- Old Powerhouse
- Former War Service Office
- Jerramungup Town Hall
- Major Colin Cameron Plaque in Roe Park
- All Saints Community Church
- Shire of Jerramungup Administration Building

Miles Rock

This was an Aboriginal meeting place. It is located on private property, on the northern side of the South Coast Highway, 6km east of Jerramungup.

Hassell Homestead

Home to a pioneering family whose descendants have occupied the land for over a century, the homestead is on private property but can be seen to the north from the Gairdner River Bridge 5km east of Jerramungup on the South Coast Highway.