Location: Jamestown South Australia
Why Go: One of the most charming towns in South Australia
Website and Bookings: https://www.aussietowns.com.au/town/jamestown-sa
Jamestown is a charming rural service centre which is located in the heart of some of South Australia’s most productive agricultural land. Located on the banks of the Belalie Creek it is a prosperous town with a main tree-lined street which is so wide the central area is a park. The town was the birthplace of R.M.Williams, the famous outback clothing maker. The main attraction near the town is the exceptional Bundaleer Forest Reserve which is particularly impressive in autumn.
I just loved Jamestown when we visited and have been back multiple times. There are three main reasons this should be on your itinerary.
The bakery – you will not find a better pie in South Australia but be early they sell out quick.
The murals – Most of you will know I am a big fan of street art, and there are some fabulous murals here.
But the best reason to go is Bundaleer Forest Reserve – Featuring multiple walking trails through scenic woodlands, sheep and free-standing pieces of art work, this forest is a joy to explore.
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