The National Trust of Western Australia’s head office and properties in the Metro, Peel, South West and Great Southern regions are getting ready to reopen.
Based on government guidelines, we will begin our transition out of lockdown with properties starting to reopen from Monday. Below are the opening dates relevant to each property:
Head Office – Old Observatory, West Perth – Monday, 8 February
East Perth Cemeteries, East Perth – Sunday 14 February
Ellensbrook, Margaret River – Thursday, 18 February
No 1 Pump Station, Mundaring – Saturday, 5 March
Old Blythewood, Pinjarra – Currently closed for conservation works. We will update you when it’s ready to reopen
Peninsula Farm, Maylands – Closed during February and early March for Perth Festival
Samson House, Fremantle – Sunday, 7 March
Strawberry Hill / Barmup, Albany – Monday, 8 February
Woodbridge, near Guildford – Thursday, 18 February
Wonnerup, Busselton – Currently closed for conservation works. We will update you when it’s ready to reopen
We are in the process of rescheduling events and tours over the next week, so if you’re still waiting to hear from us, we will be in touch soon.
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. The National Trust does not take responsibility for these sites but has notified the business owners of the steps it is taking.
For further information, please contact:
National Trust of Western Australia
(08) 9321 6088
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 soon.