AHF eventFree Entry Sundays at East Perth Cemeteries
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Free Entry Sundays at East Perth Cemeteries

Explore the cemeteries and Gothic chapel at this heritage site and delve into the Perth of yesterday.

Wander through the cemeteries and rediscover stories of both tragedy and love. Over 10,000 people were buried at East Perth Cemeteries for over 80 years from 1830. Ask about the database of names and perhaps you will find details of your ancestors.

Enjoy free entry during weekends to National Trust properties in WA during the festival.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
East Perth Cemeteries, Bronte St, East Perth
Times:

Sun 1pm-4pm

Entry fees:
Free
Website:
nationaltrust.org.au/wa
Onsite facilities:
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