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Completed in 1870, this delightful Victorian Gothic landmark was completely restored in 2005. It is the only convict-built capital city town hall in Australia, and a fragment of the original convict roll is on permanent display in the foyer with...more
Cnr Hay and Barrack Sts | Perth CBD, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia
Constructed in 1867 and situated on the corner of Hay and Barrack streets in Perth, this town hall houses a memorable tribute and a scale model of HMAS Perth I, lost in WWII, and the ship's bell from her younger namesake HMAS Perth II.
This is a magnificent building which was once the home of the City of Perth, council chambers. It's an attractive piece of architecture which still gets well used during events including comedy festivals and by the perth council for some meetings.
This building was built...More
A "classic" building, currently very close to a big development of Kings Square.
To understand why this impressive artifice is sporting a yellow stripe you need to walk to the Round House and look back....
The Perth Town Hall was built by convicts. It is one of the city's best-loved buildings. How it escaped the wrecker's ball is a miracle. The tacky lower section was replaced with period bricks, it now looks like it did in colonial times. The Town...More
While walking I saw an attractive building with a nice steeple,. At the very top it was indicating the time. It was attractive thanks to its red bricks. It was huge!
When we entered, there was no one there. We knew then that we were...More
The Perth Town hall is good as you can go inside. It also has history on the steps and under the balcony on the ground floor. Well worth going with a free walking tour group as then you'll get more of a gauge of the...More