JARRAHDALE'S OTHER ACCOMMODATION
Jarrahdale Holiday Cottages
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Getting back to nature, Jarrahdale historic timber town is hidden in the hills just off the South Western Hwy a tranquil little town the perfect family getaway only a 50 minute drive from Perth.
ABOUT US: Jarrahdale Country Getaway is a self-contained house on a half an acre block backing onto state forest with beautiful balcony views of the bush where wild life such as Kookaburras, Kangaroos, Black Cockatoos and many other native birds and wildlife are a common site depending on the time of year, then opposite the front of the house is a information bay which backs onto the old heritage timber railway track then rebuilt as ex Alcoa railway line and walking tracks running through the state forest. Located next door is the old machinery and Witnish Cottage Museum.
HISTORY: Jarrahdale being one of Perth's near forgotten historical towns with a long and interesting history dating back to 1871 were the Rockingham Jarrah Company was granted a 250,000 acres concession of prime Jarrah forest on the condition that they opened up the country which became a logging and milling town. We have been fortunate to have retained our history with many buildings and sites associated with the timber milling days such as the mill workers cottage, manager's house, church and other significant buildings in the town which reflect Jarrahdale's unique history as Western Australia's first timber town.
ACCOMMODATION: Jarrahdale Country Getaway has been design to get that country feel of being free to relax away from the city life style, the house is a two bedroom house the main room has a queen size bed and the 2nd room has a double bed with a single bunk bed up top, the living room has a doube fold out sofa bed if the extra room is required, it has a wood heater as well as a reverse cycle air-conditioner, a beautiful country style kitchen the laundry has washing machine if required, the house is fully self-contained from bedding, to cookery.