Positioned on the banks of two rivers & Victoria's largest inland waterway, Jamieson is ideal for water sports. There's a boat ramp nearby for water skiing on Lake Eildon. The Goulburn & Big Rivers have great white water for canoeing and rafting. In summer, the Goulburn is ideal for lazy canoeing - launch at Knockwood and paddle to the Kevington Hotel for lunch & finish the afternoon in Jamieson! Of course, you can just swim in the clear shaded waters of the Jamieson & Goulburn Rivers.
There are endless walks around the rivers, hills and valleys of Jamieson to suit all standards including The Heritage Walk, The Significant Trees Walk and The Island Walk. As a gateway to the Alpine National Park, there are also spectacular Alpine walks nearby. Maps are available at the General Store. Download the Heritage Walk
In winter, Jamieson is surrounded by snow capped hills. At the head of the Jamieson Valley the road climbs steeply onto Mt. Skene which, along with Mt. Sterling and the Bluff Range, provide excellent coss-country ski terrain. In less than one hour, you can be on the slopes of Mt. Buller with its extensive downhill areas. Jamieson is an ideal off-mountain alternative for skiing accommodation.
The Jamieson tennis court is on Perkins Street opposite the Catholic Church, between the Museum and the public restrooms. This court is for hire. Fees can be paid, and key obtained, at the Jamieson Caravan Park.
There are many bird habitats in the Jamieson region, from Alpine, down through wet and dry eucalyptus forests to the waterways of Eildon and the river systems. Common around Jamieson are large flocks of King Parrots, Black Cockatoos, Kookaburras, Superb Blue Wrens, Gang Gangs and Rosellas. The morning birdsong is stunning.
Jamieson is a great place for horseriding. Float your own horse in , or join a commercial trail ride from one of the many renowned operators in the area, including Lovick's and Watson's. For a more complete high country list of operators, click here.
Jamieson is a mecca for four wheel drive enthusiasts, with a network of bush trails, firetracks and access tracks to suit all standards. The track from Jamieson in to Mitchell's via Wrens Flat and then out via the Slate Mine is a great loop. Check at Jamieson River Automotives for any info, and purchase maps at the General Store.
In winter, Jamieson is surrounded by snow capped hills. At the head of the Jamieson Valley the road climbs steeply onto Mt. Skene which, along with Mt. Sterling and the Bluff Range, provide excellent cross-country ski terrain. In less than one hour, you can be on the slopes of Mt. Buller with its extensive downhill areas. Jamieson is an ideal off-mountain alternative for skiing accommodation.
Mountain biking is a popular pastime around the Jamieson region with many clubs using the town as a centre. The nearby Great Victorian Rail Trail and annual cycling events are also a drawcard for cyclists to our area.
John Eason's Mt Terrible Pinot Noir is in the style of the great French Burgundies. Acclaimed by James Halliday with 95 points for 2013 and 2014 vintages, 97 points for 2015, and 96 points for 2016 and 2017.
Mt Terrible Pinot Noir is a low volume wine and is available in select restaurants in Melbourne, Sydney and London.
Address: 20 Nash Street Jamieson VIC 3723 (part of Museum Building)
Phone: (03) 5777 0502
This community minded venture provides an outlet for the artists, artisans and producers in and around Jamieson, with a dedicated room for fine art, glasswork, mosaic, photography, pottery, etc, all created by local artists. The seedlings and plants are on display in the Museum garden.
Open 10 till 3 on weekends/holidays - drop by to see the amazing items produced within little Jamieson.