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Perth – Arcades & Laneways
Where did Perth get its name? Who was Yagan? Where is the best street art? You’ll discover all the answers on Perth’s most informative tour – Arcades and Laneways. Explore downtown Perth via the pedestrian friendly malls, ornate arcades, trendy laneways, back streets and dirty alleys.
Coffee, Culture And Art Tour Of Perth
Start the day the right way with a look at Perth’s cultural side. Whether you have just touched down in our beautiful city, or are Perth born and bred; we promise to surprise you with this information filled, culture, art, architecture and history tour around our historic heart.
Old Central Fire Station Heritage Weekend
Join us on the balcony of Perth's old Central Fire Station as we take a fun look at the firefighter antics that took place here! Then explore the heritage listed fire station, dress-up as a firefighter and take a ride around the block in a vintage fire truck! There is something for everyone.
The Perth Audiowalks
The Audiowalks are a great way to discover stories from Perth's history while walking through the landscape where they happened. Participants choose a walk from the site at www.audiowalkswa.com.au, stream it through their device and follow narrator Monica Main's directions as they walk the path.
RPH History Unmasked!
In a special weekend opening visit RPH Museum and discover the beating heart of WA’s longest serving hospital. Examine the surprising stories, passionate people and marvellous medicine that have helped us on the road to recovery since 1855.
East Perth Cemeteries walking tour: Strong women of the 19th century
To mark the 2023 Australian Heritage Festival and Boorloo Heritage Festival, we're offering a special walking tour: Strong Women of the 19th Century. Learn more about the women buried in or associated with the cemeteries and the adversities they faced.
Lotterywest Heritage Conversation: Irish Country Houses
Sarah Murphy, Manager of Interpretation and Collections at the National Trust of Western Australia, was a recipient of a scholarship from the Copland Foundation to attend the prestigious Attingham Study Program in 2022. Join us to hear about her visit to Ireland to study Irish Country Houses.
Lotterywest Heritage Conversation: INSPIRE Writers in conversation
Join us to hear Dave Allan-Petale and John Mateer talk about their time as INSPIRE Writers in Residence at National Trust places.
The Private Life of a War Memorial, ANZAC Cottage
Join local history legend Anne Chapple OAM and filmmaker and writer Dawn Farnham for a behind-the-scenes talk on the making of a documentary about three generations of the Porter family women and their connection to ANZAC Cottage of Mount Hawthorn.
‘CONNECTIONS’ – Celebrating 59 years of unique and innovative design in vintage and contemporary porcelain art
Porcelain Artists of WA have for 59 years prided themselves as individual artists developing their own style of hand painted porcelain art. Catalogued vintage wildflower, acid etched, enamel, collage, metallic and mixed media contemporary pieces will be for sale.
Golden Light: The Legacy and Future of Subiaco’s Historic Stained Glass
A workshop to discuss Subiaco’s rich heritage of stained glass and how you can nominate your home to be professionally photographed.
ANZAC Day at ANZAC Cottage 2023
Historic ANZAC Cottage in Mount Hawthorn is so appropriate for ANZAC Day activities and the Sunset Service. The Cottage was built in one day as Western Australia's first war memorial to those who fought at Gallipoli and as a home for a returned soldier, wounded at the Gallipoli landing.
ANZAC Sunset Service at Peninsula Farm
The National Trust of Western Australia and Peninsula Farm volunteers invite you to the annual ANZAC Sunset Service from 5.00 pm.
City of Belmont Rewind: Troops, Trades and Trains
Do you know about the significance of railways in Western Australia throughout World War II? Join professional historian Philippa Rogers for an overview of the role railways in Western Australia played during World War II.
In April, create an air-dry clay pot and discover Belmont's local pottery history.
Historia: Pot Holes, Cheese and Beams
Have a go at building a bridge in this month's Historia and discover some fascinating local history along the way.
City of Belmont Local History Photographic Competition
Enjoy the beautiful photographic entries of the City of Belmont Local History Photographic Competition and cast your vote for the People's Choice Award.
LEGO® Club: Build Historical Belmont
Discover Belmont's history and build some of its iconic historical buildings in this LEGO® Club.
Travelling Through Time Exhibition
Travelling Through Time is Belmont Museum's latest temporary exhibition installation. Come and explore the many ways people and animals have travelled through this area in the past to the present day.
City of Belmont Rewind: History of a River
Come join Historian Richard Offen as he delves into the depths of the Swan River's history.