Open:         Weekends 11:00am-3:00pm (Cup Weekend to Easter)

Address:    Nash Street Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone        03 5777 0690 
email:         jamiesonmuseum@gmail.com

web:          www.jamiesoncommunity.wixsite.com/jdhs


In the mid 1980s the old Jamieson Courthouse was earmarked for sale or demolition by the Justice Department. Seeing the potential for use by the community as a site from which to provide some much needed services, a group of concerned local citizens successfully stepped in to save the old building. Now the restoration is complete the building is being put to good use, and it is not just restricted to the past, as the building is not only a Museum & the headquarters of the Historical Society, it also provides the town with a weekly Community Heath Centre and Doctors Clinic.



Address:  20 Waterson Road, Jamieson VIC 3723

                 Turn off Mansfield/Woods Point Road into Waterson Road

Phone      03 5777 0693 


Jamieson Berries are located just outside the township of Jamieson in the Victorian high country. The mild days and the cold nights of the Jamieson region are the perfect combination required to produce outstanding and delicious blueberries, boysenberries and raspberries, on our 6 acre farm.

Our frozen berries, jams, toppings and fruit wines are available all year round with the fruit season commencing in late November and coming to an end at Easter.



Address:   Corner Perkins and Grey Streets, Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone:      03 5777 0600


Open: from 8.30 till late-ish, 7 days a week


Located centrally in the heart of town, our cafe is nestled in a leafy garden overlooking the famously verdant hills of Jamieson.

We offer all-day breakfast, light lunches and a sumptious array of fresh cakes.



Address:  Cnr Perkins and Nash Street, Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone:     03 5777 0503

Email:      courthousejamo@bigpond.com

website:   www.courthousejamieson.com

facebook: www.facebook.com/courthousehoteljamieson

Hosts:       Geoff and Lambsy


The Courthouse Hotel sits in the centre of town, opposite the Catholic Church. The pub is open 7 days a week. The beer is cold and the hospitality warm.  In winter there are open fires.  It has a terrific atmosphere, and you can rub shoulders with plenty of locals here, and catch up on town gossip. 

The pub has EFTPOS and a Bottle Shop.


READ MORE about the hotel's history...



Address: Eildon Road, Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone     +613 5777 0515
Fax          +613 5777 0555 

e-mail: info@jamiesonbrewery.com.au 

web:     www.jamiesonbrewery.com.au


The Jamieson Brewery (former Lakeside Hotel) was the first hotel licensed on the 550km shoreline of Lake Eildon. It is situated on 8 acres of parkland gardens, with the Goulburn River running past the backdoor. It is perfect for groups and families or just a quiet weekend away.

In 2001, the complex was enhanced by the opening of the Jamieson Brewery, the North East's finest boutique brewery!




Address: 1 Wood Point Road, Kevington VIC 3723

Phone:    (03) 5777 0543

email:     kevingtonhotel@westnet.com.au

website: www.kevingtonhotel.com.au


The Poplar Kevington Hotel was built in 1862 as Garretts Beerhouse and is the last remaining hotel from the days of the gold boom. It is known affectionately by locals and visitors alike as the Kevy Pub or the Kevington Hilton. Stop for a while talk to a local, there is some good tells here! Enjoy a simple old style country counter meal, Take in the peace and quite by the River side Beer Garden or even book a room a spend the night.

Facilities include: Motel Accommodation, Camping Grounds, River side beer garden and Pub meals.




Address:  289 Jamieson-Licola Road, Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone:      03 5777 0703  Mobile: 0429 406 037
email:       enquiries@mountterriblewines.com.au

website:   www.mountterriblewines.com.au


After fifteen years of extensive trials, the 2006 Mt Terrible Pinot Noir was John Eason’s first tilt at his ambition to make a Pinot in the style of the great French Burgundies. It was released to acclaim in January 2009 and was awarded 95 points by James Halliday. 

After several more vintages, including 95 points for the 2012, 2013 and 2014 vintages, the 2015 Mt Terrible Pinot Noir was awarded a very impressive 97 points by James Halliday.

Mt Terrible Pinot Noir is a small volume wine and is available in a small number of restaurants in Melbourne, Sydney and London.


Address: 20 Nash Street Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone:    (03) 5777 0502


Gallery on Nash operates from the old Courthouse on Nash Street, right next to the tennis court.  It's in the same building and grounds as the Jamieson Museum. 


As before, this community minded venture provides an outlet for the artists, artisans and producers in and around Jamieson.  The gallery now has 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 at weekends and holidays from 10am till 3pm, drop by and see what amazing items are produced within little Jamieson.



Address:  5953 Eildon-Jamieson Road, Jamieson, VIC 3723

Phone:     03 5777 0678 
email:       contact@jamiesonbrewery.com

website:   www.jamiesonbrewery.com


Jamieson Brewery & Grlll is located in the Victorian High Country on the banks of Lake Eildon and has produced quality craft ales for many years (as Jamieson Brewery and later as WrongSide Brewery)

With James’ local knowledge and Shelley's 5-star restaurant training, they are are the perfect team to take the brewery to the next level.  In addition, Master brewer Darren Kerr will release the highly anticipated XBA (American Brown Ale) and classic Raspberry Ale.



Address:  39 Bank Street, Jamieson, VIC 3723

Phone:     0437 367 740 
email:       thaijunction@outlook.com

website:   www.wilisthaijunction.com


Wili's Thai Junction is the newest business in Jamieson.  Planned to open at Easter 2020, the newly introduced COVID-19 restrictions meant that it could only open as a take-away.

It is located in the Old Colonial Bank building, home at one time to French's Restaurant, then The Duck Inn and more recently Mingo's.  You can read more of the history on the restaurant's website or on Jamieson & District Historical Society's website.

Wili, Daryl, Christian and Caela are all looking forward to opening properly (ie. sit-down dine-in means from Thursday to Sunday) in due course.

Meanwhile, have a look at their website for the takeaway menu.