Built in 1937, this pedestrian street is known for its charming buildings, similar to the Tudor style architecture found in London.
Small shops and cafes line the footpaths and visitors are encouraged to look out for all the small details found in the design of the buildings. Pay close attention to the clocks at either end of London Court to see what happens when they strike!
|Where:||Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace|
|Phone:||(08) 6461 8630|
Experience Australian history at Perth Town Hall, the only convict-built capital city town hall in the country.
Built on the highest point of the city, take the opportunity to see some amazing views of the town while admiring the intricate Victorian Gothic design.
|Where:||Cnr Hay Street & Barrack Street|
|Phone:||(08) 9229 2965|
|Website:||Perth Town Hall|
Formerly know as Shenton’s Mill, the Old Mill is a restored tower mill in South Perth. One of Perth’s most popular sightseeing attractions, the Old Mill has been restored to its original 1830s condition.
Quaintly sitting beside Swan River, this historic treasure provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the interesting and distressed history of the Mill, including economic troubles and threats from urban development.
|Where:||Mill Point Road, South Perth|
|Phone:||(08) 9367 8719|