Depending on the map you’re using, one, two, or all of three of Nezan, Nezah, and Tansleyville exist as dots on the map west of Jellicoe.
Although they exist on my map, they didn’t exist on the road as I drove it – I saw one house that might be Tansleyville, while I found an intersection that might qualify as Nezan, or possibly Nezah. And that’s it.
Jellicoe is the kind of place that makes the francophone hamlets like Mattice and Moonbeam on Highway 11 look big. There are about a dozen houses and cottages in Jellicoe, many of which are on the shores of a small lake that had beautiful emerald-green water the day that I visited. (Too bad it didn’t turn out in my photo.)
The town is pretty small. It was really quiet the day I was there. The church was closed, there were some other buildings – some cottages, a few boarded up – and some old election signs up on a few trees. It was really really quiet.
As for services, there’s a hunting store and gas station, and that’s all I noticed on that day. When going to Geraldton (50 kilometres away) is considered a trip to the city, you know you’re remote.
Jellicoe also features Colimar Lodges and Chalets about five minutes west of town. I’ve only been through once so please fill in anything I missed below.