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This is an actual local government building but they utilise it fantastically in the evenings as an attraction.
The lighting display especially during the festive months are superb.
On any evening this building provides a great visual effect and photo opportunity.
Built in the early 60's when Perth was rushing to modernise, demolishing many of its historic buildings & building what we use to call " butter boxes".
Interestingly this building was saved from the demolisher's hammer & now considered heritage for the 60's style of...More
Council House building is on St Georges Terrace. It's a short walk to public transport and it is surrounded by many good places to eat. It is light up at night so it's definitely worth viewing in the evening if you get a chance. It's...More
This really isn't much of a tourist attraction more a great photo opportunity.
This is an old relatively unattractive 70s built building and by day not really interesting but at night this changes.
It is hard not to want to take a picture as it...More
I never knew what building was this at first..but it was really beautiful..i was at Elizabeth quay eating gelato with my sister when i suddenly saw it rite behind me...the light changing its color...that what make it so special..u can see it from elizabeth quay..its...More
We owe this fine building to the Commonwealth Games, which were held in Perth in 1962, the biggest thing ever that had ever happened to Western Australia. Like most things of true distinction in Perth, the government wanted to demolish it, but a vigorous public...More
Nice idea for a boring council building, they had Xmas tree patterns and messages, pretty but don't make a special trip, popular with tourists as it is between the CBD and most hotels on St Geores terrace.