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

The ‘Places Database’ is currently still under construction. We are editing the information and will be seeking to improve the search function over the coming months.

Gledden Building

The Gledden Building is not only a landmark in Perth’s city centre, it is the only large commercial building in…

Location
731 Hay St Mall Street
Year
1935

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First Church of Christ, Scientist

Christian Science in Perth began in 1904 when several adherents arrived from Sydney and began meeting each week to read…

Location
264 St Georges Tce Street
Year
1939

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East Perth Cemeteries

East Perth Cemeteries were Perth’s first official burial grounds, and operated between 1830 and 1899. Records of the earliest days…

Location
2 Bronte St Street
Year
1831

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Devon House

Devon House is one of Perth’s finest examples of Art Deco architecture, and was built for draper John Saunders. Its…

Location
729 Hay St Perth Street
Year
1937

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The Deanery

The Deanery is a two-storey brick building built in 1859 as a residence for the first Dean of St George’s…

Location
Cnr St Georges Tce & Pier St Perth Street
Year
1859

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The Cloisters

The Cloisters is not only one of the few remaining convict-built structures in Perth, it was also the first secondary…

Location
200 St Georges Tce Perth Street
Year
1858

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Chung Wah Association Hall

After a series of government measures to restrict Chinese immigration to Western Australia and to make it more difficult for…

Location
128 James St Northbridge Street
Year
1911

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Carlton Hotel

First called the Star and Garter and then the Royal Mint Hotel, the original Carlton Hotel was erected on Goderich…

Location
248-260 Hay St East Perth Street
Year
1928

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Brass Monkey

Long regarded as one of Perth’s finest hotels, the Brass Monkey was originally called the Great Western Hotel and was…

Location
209 William St Street
Year
1896

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Bon Marche Arcade

Bon Marché Arcade was one of the most imposing buildings on Barrack Street, and has had a long history under…

Location
74-84 Barrack St Perth Street
Year
1901

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Boans Furniture Factory

Boans Furniture Factory is a landmark in East Perth, and the only tangible reminder of a retail chain which dominated…

Location
Cnr Saunders & Glyde Sts East Perth Street
Year
1910
Styles

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Barracks Arch

Built in 1866, Barracks Arch was originally the entrance to the Pensioner Barracks which housed the Pensioner Guards. These were…

Location
Junction St Georges Tce, Malcolm & Elder Sts Perth Street
Year
1863

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Bairds Building

Bairds Building

Situated opposite the Horseshoe Bridge and Perth Train Station, Bairds Building is one of the most striking buildings on Wellington…

Location
491-493, Wellington St Perth Wellington St Perth Street
Year
1906

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Atlas Building

Atlas Building is a four-storey building opened in 1931 to provide offices for the Atlas Assurance Company and additional space…

Location
8-10 The Esplanade Street
Year
1931

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Alexander Forrest Statue

The Alexander Forrest Statue represents its subject in exploration costume, since he and his brother, Sir John Forrest, were the…

Location
Cnr Cnr St Georges Tce & Barrack St Perth (SE cnr) Street
Year
1903
Styles

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