• Jamestown is a picturesque rural township on RM Williams Way. You’ll love the beautifully maintained gardens and gracious stone buildings and houses. Settled in 1871 to service the surrounding farming area, Jamestown was named after the State’s Governor, Sir James Fergusson. Since then, Jamestown has maintained its role as a major district service centre and offers visitors a range of retail outlets and businesses. Stroll along the wide, manicured main street and look out for the wall murals depicting the pioneering achievements of early settlers adorning many of the heritage buildings. Many of the streets have names of Scottish origin,

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    North Bundaleer

    When you stay at North Bundaleer, a family-owned and operated heritage-listed homestead, you experience the

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