Heritage is about the things from the past which
are valued enough today to save for tomorrow.

Architectural Style: Federation Free Classical Style

Theatre Royal and Metropole Hotel

Both the Hotel Metropole and the Theatre Royal were built by local businessman, Thomas George Anstruther Molloy, one of the largest landowners in Perth and also a successful politician, serving as Member for Perth…

Location
637-645 Hay Street
Year
1893 (Hotel Metropol), 1897 (Theatre Royal)

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Perth Railway Precinct (Perth Railway Station)

The foundation stone for the first Perth Railway Station was laid on 10 May 1880. It was part of the…

Location
Wellington Street
Year
1881

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Palace Hotel (fmr) (Bankwest)

Not only is the Palace Hotel on the site of one of Perth’s oldest taverns, it was also the centre…

Location
108 St Georges Terrace
Year
1897

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Old Observatory

When the foundation stone for Perth Observatory was laid in October 1896, almost every important person in the city was…

Location
4 Havelock Street
Year
1896

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No.2 Substation, Murray Street (State Electricity Commission Sub Station, Electric Light Substation)

No. 2 Substation is part of the legacy of four such buildings in the early provision of electricity to Perth.…

Location
325 Murray Street
Year
1914

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