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

Cathedral House (fmr Archbishop’s Palace)

The Archbishop’s Palace is a three-storey building constructed in 1855 for the Roman Catholic Bishop of Perth, Joseph Serra. Built…

Location
17 Victoria Square
Year
1855
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Cathedral of St. Constantine and St. Helene

By the early 1930s, some parts of Northbridge were developing a definite Greek character. Newly arrived Greek families were choosing…

Location
18 Parker Street
Year
1925
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Causeway Bridges

Causeway Bridges consists of two bridges spanning the Swan River to the east and west of Heirisson Island. These bridges,…

Location
Over Swan River
Year
1952
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Central Government Offices

Over their 140-year history, Central Government Offices have been used as Public Offices, a Police Court and cellblock, Treasury, Survey…

Location
28 Barrack Street
Year
1874-1904
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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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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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Commercial Building, 132 William Street

Commercial Building, 132 William Street was constructed c. 1899 for owner Harriet Mitchell. The ground floor has been extensively altered…

Location
132 William Street
Year
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Commercial Building, 21 Howard Street

21 Howard Street Perth was built as legal chambers for solicitors Parker and Parker, who were established as early as…

Location
21 Howard Street
Year
1899

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Commercial Building, 507 Wellington Street

Commercial Building, 507 Wellington Street was constructed by Simon Bremner Alexander for Laura Trigg in 1899 as a two-storey building,…

Location
507 Wellington Street
Year
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Commercial Building, 96-100 William Street

Commercial Building, 96-100 William Street was constructed for Sir George Shenton in 1895 as the first portion of a larger…

Location
96-100 William Street
Year
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Commonwealth Bank of Australia Building

The Commonwealth Bank Building is a six-storey stone clad building built in 1930-1933. It was built for the Commonwealth Government…

Location
242 Murray Street
Year
1930-1933
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Connor Quinlan Building

The Connor Quinlan Building was erected in 1892 for Daniel Connor and Timothy Quinlan, jointly the largest landholders in the…

Location
612-616 Hay Street
Year
1892
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Council House

Perth City Council originally met at the convict-built Town Hall (1870) on Barrack Street. It was not long before the…

Location
27-29 St Georges Terrace
Year
1961-1963
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Cremorne Arcade

By 1896, when she opened Cremorne Theatre, Annie Oliver was already running the adjacent Cremorne Picture Gardens and Cremorne Hotel.…

Location
572-578 Hay Street
Year
1896
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Criterion Hotel

A licensed public house has operated on the site of the Criterion Hotel since 1848. It has been remodelled several…

Location
560 Hay Street
Year
1937
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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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Dumas House

Dumas House is a fourteen-storey public office building opened in 1965. Constructed in the Post-War International style, it was built…

Location
2 Havelock Street
Year
1965

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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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East Perth Primary School (fmr) (Jack Davis House – Infant School (fmr))

In 1895, East Perth Primary School opened with just 30 pupils, but a few months later the headmaster was told…

Location
76 Wittenoom Street
Year
1895
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Edith Dircksey Cowan Memorial (Edith Cowan Memorial Clock)

Edith Cowan was the first woman to hold a seat in any Australian parliament, a campaigner for women’s rights, the…

Location
Kings Park Road
Year
1934
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