Be Inspired! Join us to enjoy an organ recital performed by talented organist, Raphael Elvish. Experience the atmosphere of the historic St Matthew's Church and be delighted by its beautiful setting in Guildford. After the recital, explore the collectable's stall in the Church Hall.
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Come on a walking tour to explore the early days of convict involvement in Guildford. Hear some stories of those who helped shape the history of Western Australia.
Aspiring writers, come and hear from author Sasha Wasley about writing a historical novel. Dive into her processes of research, getting into voice, setting the scene and everyday life.
There is so much to see and do at Woodbridge including the new children's Story Room.
Researching your family history can be frustrating but fun. Railway people in your WA family tree can tell of the story of the state. Our expert researcher will share his knowledge in this talk as to the sources available to assist in your search and what their role in the railways meant.
Enjoy a rare opportunity to see the Bus Preservation Society of WA’s impressive fleet of restored buses and tour the workshop where they make it happen. You’ll get to inspect the impressive collection of heritage buses, including some currently under repair or restoration.
Experience an enjoyable ride with commentary in a heritage bus within the grounds of Whiteman Park, learning why aboriginal groups lived in the park and seeing the natural vegetation that attracts many native animals to the area.
Join us for a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes of the museum collection.
Discover and explore the technological marvels of the past in a special pop-up exhibition throughout Belmont Hub!
What was the journey to Australia like? What did they bring with them? Where did they all sleep? What about their workers? Peninsula Farm, home of the Hardey family, will give you us a rare glimpse into the lives of early settlers to the Swan River Colony.
Showing over 1,000 Picture Postcards and Ephemera covering many aspects of Australia's Heritage over the last 120 years.
We believe that you will find visiting our FREE exhibition totally absorbing and worthwhile.
From tuberculosis, brought to the colony from the Old World, to typhoid, a fever that struck Perth at the same time as gold fever, the graves of East Perth Cemeteries are a record of the first 70 years of European migration to what is now Perth, Western Australia.
Are you good at finding evidence?
WA Police Historical Society Museum "Challenge" is a positive activity to employ investigation skills to solve a problem and find the answers to the questions as the visitor explores the memorabilia and exhibits from the history of Policing in Western Australia.
Event now taking place on 26 May, not the 19th.
Come and learn about the history of Canning's oldest suburb - discover the history of Mason's Landing, revisit the Cecil Hotel (Carousel Tavern) and come shopping at Boans Waverley, Perth's first suburban department store. If you have stories or photos to share, please bring them along!
Discover the history of epidemics in WA and Royal Perth Hospital’s role in managing the spread of disease - from the Spanish Flu in 1918, to the terrifying Polio epidemic, to COVID-19.
'120 Years of WA Fire Service History' is a new book, which tells the story of the Perth Central Fire Station that housed hundreds of Perth firemen and administrative staff from 1901 to the present.
Be inspired by the history of WA's first purpose-built Fire Station. This unique building has housed hundreds of Perth firemen and general administration staff from January 1901 until June 1979 and beyond.