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Perth Town Hall Conservation Works Talk and Traditional Skills Demonstration

Perth Town Hall was built in 1870 on a site the Whadjuk Nyoongar call Kuraree. The building is the City of Perth’s most recognisable heritage landmark. Over the years it has undergone several periods of change which have shaped the building we have today. In 2021 the City commenced the most recent repairs with a focus on conservation of the timber shingled roof and historic brickwork. 

Please join our heritage building contractor and heritage consultants as they offer an insight into the works.

Members of the public will have an opportunity for ‘hands on’ learning about traditional skills and techniques being used.

The event is being delivered by element, Colgan Industries and the Heritage Skills Association WA in conjunction with the City of Perth.
This free ticketed event will be open to the public with 45-minute sessions at 10am or 11am.

Bookings essential

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    Event Showings

    Sunday April 10 Two Sessions 10am - 10:45am | 11am - 11:45

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    Free Ticketed event

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    Perth Town Hall

    Cnr Hay and Barrack Street

    Perth WA 6000

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    Wheelchair access