Memorial Park features shaded lawns, toilets, free BBQs, a fun-filled playground, and is a great place to take a break while in town.
Belalie Creek meanders through Jamestown, providing a host of perfect locations for travellers to enjoy a peaceful walk or relaxing bite to eat.
Grab some tasty food from one of Jamestown’s many eateries. Spread out your picnic blanket or sit at tables placed along the banks of the creek. Often your only company will be the friendly local ducks.
At night the majestic River Red Gums along the creek are stunningly illuminated.
Tucker café is a locally owned small take away fast food restaurant servicing the Jamestown area.
Homewares, giftware, coffee & cake in a beautifully restored stone building beside the Belalie creek Jamestown.
Bar, meals 7 days (lunches Wed-Sat, dinners Mon-Sat, pizza Fri & Sun),9 motel rooms,SipnSave bottle shop,Elgas bottle swap,pokies,ATM,cool room hire
The Jamestown Bakery commenced business in 1880 and has been operating continuously since that time.
Meals 7 Days, TAB, Gaming Room, Motel Rooms, Hotel Rooms, Celebrations Bottle shop.
RV Motorhome Reserve. 12 shaded sites adjacent toilets & BBQ. Please pay at Foodland (5 Arran St, Jamestown)
Camping on the Bundaleer Sport & Recreation grounds right next door to the beautiful Bundaleer Forest. Wake up with the kangaroos and take a stroll along the majestic maple walk or take your bike on the Bundaleer Trail. This is the perfect location for a self style holiday.
At the Railway Hotel Jamestown we have 9 motel units, separate from the hotel.
The Railway Hotel Jamestown – a Jamestown Institution for over 139 years
The Railway Hotel Jamestown was officially licensed in 1878 by W.C.Voight, only a few years after the township of Jamestown was officially founded by Governor Sir James Fergusson.