The National Trust of Western Australia's properties in the Perth and Peel regions will begin reopening this weekend and our volunteers look forward to seeing you.
We thank everyone for their patience during this time and ask that you follow all government guidelines currently in place.
Of course, we will have hand sanitiser at all of our properties and all guests will be required to sign in using the SafeWA app or via the manual sign-in register. We also ask that you keep 1.5m away from other guests and follow all instructions of our friendly volunteers.
Based on the guidelines, below are the opening dates relevant to each property:
Head Office – Old Observatory, West Perth – Tuesday, 6 July
You can contact the National Trust’s head office via phone (08) 9321 6088 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
East Perth Cemeteries, East Perth – Sunday 4 July
No 1 Pump Station, Mundaring – Saturday, 3 July
Old Blythewood, Pinjarra – Currently closed for conservation works. We will update you when it’s ready to reopen.
Peninsula Farm, Maylands – Saturday, 3 July
Samson House, Fremantle – Sunday 4 July
Woodbridge, near Guildford – Sunday 4 July
Please note that the National Trust does not operate any of the cafés at its properties. Please refer to the business owners of these cafés for information on their lockdown procedures.
Thank you for your patience during this time and for all that you do for heritage in Western Australia.
We look forward to seeing you this weekend.
For further information, please contact:
National Trust of Western Australia
(08) 9321 6088