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

Architectural Style: Federation Queen Anne

Tom Burke House

The building now called Tom Burke House at 153 Newcastle Street was constructed c.1897 as a terrace providing three prestigious dwellings.  Although it is not…

Location
153 (formerly 191-195) Newcastle Street
Year
c1897

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Royal Perth Hospital: Kirkman House and Moreton Bay Fig Tree

From the time the hospital was established in the 1850s, nursing staff were initially not well-regarded and the poor standard of living…

Location
10-14 Murray Street
Year
1909- Kirkman House, 1926- Extensions

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Royal Perth Hospital: Heritage Precinct

The Royal Perth Hospital Heritage Precinct is home to the first purpose built hospital in Western Australia, opened as the…

Location
51 Victoria Square
Year
1855 Old Colonial Hospital (N Block), 1894 – Administration Building (M Block), 1909 – Kirkman House (Nurses Quarters - K Block), Old Kitchen (L Block), 1923 – Outpatients Extension, 1930 – Cancer Clinic (P Block)

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St George’s House (Cardigan House, Bishops Grove, Ingle Hall, The Terrace Hotel)

What is now the Terrace Hotel was originally built as five houses to provide a regular income for Perth’s Anglican…

Location
235-237 St Georges Terrace
Year
1892

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Colonial Hospital

Several hospitals, some very temporary, opened and closed at various locations during the 1830s and 40s, mainly because of the…

Location
51 Victoria Square
Year
1855

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