New signage helps bring Jarrahdale entry point to life

Published on Friday, 15 September 2023 at 10:43:52 AM

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale unveiled brand-new entry point signage in Jarrahdale this week, with “welcome” and “goodbye” signs now greeting and farewelling locals and visitors alike.

The new signage has replaced the aged Peel region signage that previously occupied the site, reflect Council’s vision for Jarrahdale’s to become a fully accredited trail town.

The signs also showcase the town’s new “Step Outside” branding, encouraging people to explore the beauty of the historic townsite.

Bruno Gianatti Toilet Block Makeover

Another notable improvement in Jarrahdale this week is the makeover of the toilet block at Bruno Gianatti Hall, which also now displays the Step Outside message.

Skillfully applied by talented local painter Mick Haines, the toilet facility features the promotion of local businesses, inviting visitors to take a leisurely 10-minute walk to experience the Local Jarrahdale PO Kitchen and museum.

These improvements are part of the Shire’s commitment to creating a welcoming and engaging atmosphere for all visitors.

Enhanced 1872 Heritage Railway Trailhead 

The upgrades don’t stop there, though.

The Shire is also excited to announce the completion of upgrades to the 1872 Heritage Railway trailhead in the coming days.

This historical trailhead has been stripped and repainted to bring it back to its former glory.

A new hand-drawn Jarrahdale map by artist Alex Hotchin will be on show at the site, featuring plenty of Jarrahdale’s iconic quirks and native wildlife.

This not only adds an aesthetic element but also services as an informative guide for visitors looking to step outside and explore Jarrahdale.

What are you waiting for? Kick start your journey by exploring Jarrahdale’s trails today.

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