So much to do...
JAMIESON POST OFFICE
Address: Cnr Perkins & Grey Streets, Jamieson VIC 3723
Telephone/Facsimile: 03 5777 0502
Hours: Monday to Friday 10.00am - noon; 2 - 4.00pm
Jamieson Post Office was originally built in 1864 as the Government residence for the postmaster. Four years later it became the official Post Office, and has remained open to this day as a Licensed Post Office. The mail service is a general delivery, so you have to front up at the Post Office to collect your mail. The Mansfield-Woods Point mail truck gets in weekdays mid-morning, the mail is then sorted and is ready for collection at 2.00pm. All the daily town news beats loudly on the bush telegraph at mail collection time.
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
Address: Old Courthouse Building,
Nash Street, Jamieson VIC 3723
Phone: 03 5777 0777
AFTER HOURS & REFERRALS 03 5775 2111
Jane Dwyer is our local Community Health Nurse. She is employed by the Mansfield District Hospital and is available in Jamieson every Thursday. Jane conducts home visits every Thursday morning - referrals are collected from the hospital. Jane runs a primary care clinic between 2-5pm at the Jamieson Clinic. Appointments are not necessary and the clinic is open to all residents and visitors. Fees apply, but screenings are free.
Jane is not available on call; all after hours queries must be directed to Mansfield Hospital on 03 5775 2111. All emergency calls must be directed to the Ambulance service on 000 or to your doctor. Remember there is always a Registered Nurse on duty at the Mansfield Hospital - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for after hours advice.
Full Postal Facilities
Pay your Bills
Banking Facilities Available
Gifts & Cards
Dr Will Twycross visits every Tuesday, (except the second Tuesday in the month).
For appointments phone 03 5775 2591
ST PETERS CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Address: Grey & Cobram Streets Jamieson VIC 3723
Phone/Facsimile: 03 5775 2036
Surrounded by 100 year oaks, sycamores and pines, this beautiful old church was dedicated in 1865. The main structure was built of local handmade bricks with a shingle roof that is now covered with galvanised iron for protection. The porch and vestry were added at a later date. Services are held on the first and third Sunday of the month, and visitors from other denominations are most welcome. Check on the noticeboard outside the hall for special events. The great photographic and aesthetic qualities of the church make it the ideal venue for weddings
ST JOHN THE APOSTLE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Address: Cnr Perkins & Nash Streets, Jamieson VIC 3723
Phone: 03 5775 2005 Fax 03 5775 1677
Replacing the wooden structure of 1864, our charming redbrick church was built in 1899.
Two Jubilee 2000 plaques, with the word Jubilee incorrectly spelt, record the church's history and the dedication of a Memorial tree to all Jamieson Pioneers. Nowadays only about twenty locals and weekenders attend the 11am Sunday Mass. But when Christmas and Easter time come round it is back to the good old days with 140 holidaymakers overcrowding our peaceful, village church.
They enjoy the music from the guitar-playing schoolteacher, Genevieve Bolwell, the mosaic of John the Apostle, our patron, crafted by local Doug Sands, the fabulous flowers from parishioners' gardens, and the familiarity of a small community at prayer. Shrubs and trees crowd the church garden.
After Mass it is not uncommon for Churchgoers to cross the road to the Courthouse Hotel. Church and Pub share a common congregation.
COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY
Address: Brown Street Jamieson VIC 3723
FOR FIRE AND EMERGENCY CALL 000
Captain: Chris Badrock 0429 802 009
Secretary: Peter Horan 0451 113 717
Community Safety Officer: Chris Badrock 0429 802 009
The Jamieson CFA Brigade has over 30 active volunteer members with two sheds for storage of the two fire trucks and FCV. The brigade has eight breathing apparatus accredited members and volunteers regularly undergo training and minimum skills accreditation. The Jamieson CFA enjoys full community support; the well equipped meeting room was financed and built by the generosity of the local community.
JAMIESON PRIMARY SCHOOL
Address: Nash Street Jamieson VIC 3723
Phone: 03 5777 0535
The first Jamieson Primary School was built of timber and was opened in 1865, and was replaced by the current brick structure in 1878. Over the years enrolments have fluctuated, following the boom and bust cycles of the gold and timber industries, from 275 to 7! There are currently 16 children at the school. Jamieson Primary has two classrooms. Pupils receive real individual care and guidance in their pursuit of knowledge. The school is noted for its music and arts program, with open days and school concerts being patronised by a large number of locals and family members.
The school enjoys a high level of community support and involvement, it provides a sense of family, where all children care for each other. The community is highly involved with the school, which has created a strong community ownership of the school.
Address: Nash Street Jamieson VIC 3723
Phone: 03 5777 0505
The Jamieson Police Station is a one member station manned by Leading Senior Constable Paul Bronsgeest.
The station is manned 8 hours/day and 16 hours as an emergency call out service to assist tourists, holiday makers and locals.