The SpaceDuring your stay at Jacaranda Heights, you will have the benefit of the entire first floor which is set aside for the exclusive use of our guests providing complete privacy and total relaxation.
Jacaranda Heights offers you complete exclusivity even if you require just one room! Guest AccessThe accommodation has two spacious bedrooms, a large and relaxing lounge area, offering a range of informative books, where you can make coffee and tea, a luxurious bathroom with a separate toilet. Interaction with GuestsWe love meeting our guests and would love to talk to you about your travels and offer advice or suggestions if you require.
Enjoy a freshly prepared continental breakfast served in our airy open plan living area or outside on the jarrah table which includes: cereals, fruit, yogurt, toast and juice. The NeighborhoodFollowing the arrival of the European settlers in 1837 Kojonup became an English military outpost. Agriculture flourished alongside the barracks and Kojonup evolved into the farming community it is today. The Barracks, which are still in near perfect condition, is one of the oldest buildings in Western Australia and are home to The Pioneer Museum.
Kojonup’s economy was initially based on the cutting, transporting and selling of sandalwood and kangaroo hunting. Although the wool trade grew and flourished and to mark the impact of the trade on the local economy The Wool Wagon was unveiled to commemorate Australia Day in 2001. We have the honour of being the first shire in WA to have one million sheep.
The Kojonup Historical Society is the custodian of our local history, capturing something of the lives of the people of the area through photographs and writings. The archives can be viewed by visitors to Kojonup in The Old Post Office building. Getting AroundMost attractions within the Kojonup town site are all with walking distance, however private transportation is recommended. Other Things to NoteWhy not stay and enjoy the comforts of Jacaranda Heights, making our Bed & Breakfast your base from which to enjoy and explore the beautiful South West.