Magic Cave

Experience the delight of SA’s best regional Christmas wonderland, the Jamestown Magic Cave.

It’s a place of pure excitement, of bright fibre optic Christmas trees and villages, of shining angels, a giant dancing, singing snowman and so much more.

Kids can ride the reindeer and put in a Christmas wish with Santa.
Open: first Sunday in December
Group bookings essential
Phone: Barb Carr 0417 834 898
43 Ayr St, Jamestown, Glasgow House

Sheep Markets

For the ultimate country experience, head to the Jamestown Saleyards, home of the only livestock market in the north of SA.

Get amongst the action as auctioneers pick out bids from sheep farmers and stock agents from all over the state.

See sheep dogs cleverly loading sheep onto trucks and enjoy some tasty country tucker at the cafeteria.
Markets are held on Thursdays, see for dates
Murchland Dr, Jamestown

Sewing Machine Collection

Amongst the quilting fabrics at ‘Charlenes’ is a treasure-trove of historic sewing machines, dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s.

The machines are predominantly in working condition and include domestic sewing machines, industrial overlockers, and Singer treadles.

Feel free to ask Elaine about the machines. She’s a wonderful source of information about all things Jamestown.
Open: 10 am till 5 pm weekdays, 10 am till 11.30 am Saturday
80 Ayr St, Jamestown
Phone: Elaine Flower 08 8664 1511

Belalie Art Gallery

While in Jamestown, stop by the Belalie Art Gallery to view the latest exhibition.

The modern gallery hosts a vast range of curated exhibitions all year round.
At other times the gallery’s own collection is on display.
6 Irvine St, Jamestown
Phone: 08 8664 0455; 08 8664 1567

Sir Hubert Wilkins Aerodrome

The aerodrome’s visitor centre is dedicated to Australian polar explorer, pilot, scientist, writer and photographer Sir Hubert Wilkins, who was born at nearby Mt Bryan East in 1888.

Stop by the visitor centre and read the outdoor story boards which share insights into Sir Hubert Wilkins’ fascinating life story.

Displays inside the visitor centre tell in greater detail the story of Sir Hubert’s adventures and can be seen by contacting Merv Robinson or calling into Northern Areas Council, 94 Ayr St, Jamestown.
Murchland Dr, Jamestown
Merv Robinson phone:
08 8664 1838 or 0417 863 450

Diggers’ Walk

The beautiful gum trees lining Belalie Creek through Jamestown’s town centre were planted by returned soldiers following World War 1 as part of a project known as the Diggers’ Walk.

Jamestown community members are now working hard to recreate the Diggers’ Walk, with letters, diaries, photographs and stories to be featured on signage, complemented by audio posts.
Belalie Creek, Jamestown


Murals on the walls of Jamestown’s beautiful heritage shops tell the stories of pioneers and early settlers, creating a visual history of the development of the town from 19th century optimism to the diverse agribusiness centre it is today.

These heritage artworks are now complemented by an outdoor gallery showcasing murals painted for the annual Jamestown Mural Festival. The current festival murals are at the eastern end of Ayr St, and other murals from previous festivals are dotted around the township.
Ayr St, Jamestown