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Through the Eyes of Alice, Tales of Murder and Mayhem

The Parkerville Tavern is a 124 year old heritage listed tavern in Perth Hills. Through the Eyes of Alice is a 3 course dinner, performance and tour of the historical building, giving you a historical and dramatic account of the settlement of Parkerville and the colourful history of the Tavern.

Join Alice Ottey, original owner of The Parkerville Tavern (then The Railway Hotel) on a historical journey, as she sees the sights and sounds of the success of ‘her’ tavern, The Parkerville Tavern, leading patrons through a historical tour of this landmark, historically listed, pub in the Perth Hills. When Alice’s legacy began back in 1902, our beloved ‘Parky’ was the site of the Railway Hotel. Alice returns for one night only to tour the site of what once was her ramshackle house where she sold wine and beer from the cellar. Through Alice’s eyes, you will see her wonder at what is now a two-storey marvel, as you walk with her through the establishment and up onto the second storey balcony. As you walk through the building, Alice will let you in on historical stories and the telling of tales that have stood the test of time and will continue to have a place in the history of the Tavern well into the future. **Content advice** Alice Ottey’s story includes reference to domestic violence

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6 Owen Road, Parkerville, Western Australia

There are stairs involved during the tour and performance. It is not suitable for people who are not able to climb stairs. There are no accessible toilets. Alice Ottey’s story includes reference to domestic violence which may be triggering for some people. The Parkerville Tavern advises that the performance of Through the Eyes of Alice, Tales of Murder and Mayhem has been rated M by The Parkerville Tavern as it contains adult themes. It is not recommended for children under the age of 12.


Monday 6pm-9pm

Entry fees:
Adults $ 99
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
There are stairs involved and no accessible toilets (sorry)