Shire of Jerramungup
The Shire of Jerramungup is located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, approximately 440 kilometres south east of Perth and 180 kilomtres north east of Albany.
The Shire covers an area of 6507 square kilometres, including the town sites of Jerramungup and Bremer Bay, with a total population of approximately 1085 people.
The area is recognised for its grain and livestock production with sheep, beef cattle and grain farming the main industries.
The Shire is also synonymous with a unique and picturesque natural environment, highlighted by the presence of the Fitzgerald River National Park which is an extremely popular tourist destination, particularly over the summer period when the Shire's population increases upward to 6000 people.
The local economy is continuing to diversify with a growing tourism market and developing aquaculture industry.
Pictured above: Road safety on display at the Bremer Bay Market Day; Supporting the 2019 Road Ribbon for Road Safety® campaign in Jerramungup.
Local Governments and members of the community in the Great Southern region interested in working together to prevent road trauma by adopting safe system policy and practice can contact Road Safety Advisor Rodney Thornton.
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