Jamieson Significant Trees Self Guided Walk 

Perkins Street Jamieson Post Office Jamieson Victoria

The small picturesque township of Jamieson, approximately 40 kilometres south of Mansfield, features a range of significant trees, many exotic species and many dating back to the 1800s, planted by the early pioneers.

Take a self-guided walk around the township and admire the trees selected for their historic or botanic significance, especially beautiful in Autumn.

Maples, Elms, Giant Sequoia, poplars, just to name a few but don't miss the Magnolia Grandiflora at Jamieson Courthouse Hotel corner, planted a year after the hotel was built c1865.