Come along for a special film screening to mark Remembrance Day and the impact of war on those who called Woodbridge home.
Woodbridge is one of Perth’s most valued heritage places. In addition to its architectural significance it has a rich collection of stories about the people who lived there.
One of the most poignant tales is explored in Woodbridge at War, a 30-minute film about the impact of war on the Harper family.
Join us at this special event, run in partnership with the onsite café, Riverside at Woodbridge. Tickets include the film screening and an opportunity to explore the house. You can choose to add morning tea or lunch to extend your stay at Woodbridge.
National Trust members receive a discount. Adult and concession tickets also available.
Option 1: Morning tea at Riverside from 10.30 am, film screening at 11.30 am and then explore the house.
Option 2: Film screening at 11.30 am, explore the house, have lunch at Riverside at 1.00 pm.
Option 3: Film and house entry only at 11.30 am.
Please note: We encourage people to secure tickets in advance. Limited tickets are available and if we can offer door sales they will be for the film screening and house entry only.
Tickets for catered options will close on 6 November. Selected meal options will be available.
The film will be screened in the Billiards Room, which is wheelchair accessible. There is wheelchair access to the ground floor of the house but not to the first floor. There is no wheelchair accessible toilet.
If you require assistance please let us know when booking. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (08) 9321 6088.
Limited parking is available. Enter through the gates of Governor Stirling Senior High School, cnr Third Ave and Ford St.