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2 Newman Court,Fremantle Western Australia 6160
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Perth's newest contemporary art gallery.

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FORM Gallery

Location
357 Murray St,Perth Western Australia 6000
Phone
08 9226 2799

FORM is an independent, non-profit cultural organisation established in 1968 that develops and advocates for excellence in creativity and artistic practice in Western Australia.

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The Astor Theatre

Location
659 Beaufort St,Mount Lawley Western Australia 6050
Phone
08 9370 1777

Astor Theatre is a two-storey commercial building constructed in 1914/15, by Simon B. Alexander, to a design by David McClure. Originally built in Federation Free Classical style, it was extensively renovated, in 1939, in the Inter-War Art Deco style to plans drawn by cinema architect William Leighton. Further renovations were carried out in 1989, by Philip McAllister.

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The Snake Run, Albany

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162/172 Hare St,Mount Clarence Western Australia 6330
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The Snake Run skate park in Hare Street, which was opened in February 1976 by American skateboarding legend Russ Howell, is thought to be the world’s oldest skate park in continuous use.

 

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Denmark Civic Centre

Location
Strickland Street (rear),Denmark Western Australia 6333
Phone
9848 0300

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University Club Theatre, UWA

Location
The University Club of Western Australia 35 Stirling Highway CRAWLEY WA 6009,
Phone
08 6488 8770

Whether its for a special event, conference, meeting, intimate dinner or banquet for 300, The University Club can deliver a blend of personalised service and five star facilities in the unique, heritage listed surrounds of Western Australia's oldest University campus.

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Fly By Night, Victoria Hall

Location
179 High St,Fremantle WA 6160
Phone
(08) 9430 5208

Originally built as a parish hall for St John’s Church in 1896 – its name was changed to celebrate Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee in 1897. Over the years, the venue has been an assembly hall, happy hour club, scout hut, boxing venue, and more. 

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Burt Hall, St Georges Cathedral

Location
38 St Georges Terrace,Perth Western Australia 6000
Phone
08 9325 5766

The Burt Memorial Hall stands in the heart of the Heritage Precinct of Perth. It is an important historic symbol of Perth’s Burt family, who played a significant role in the government of the Swan River Colony when it was first established.

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Kings Park

Location
Fraser Avenue, Kings Park, Western Australia,Perth WA 6005
Phone
9480 3600

Kings Park is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner city parks. It is rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture and offers innovative design, displays and services. Kings Park has an international reputation for scientific research, leading horticulture, conservation and public education.

 

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State Theatre Centre of WA, Upstairs

Location
Corner Roe and William Streets,Perth WA 6000
Phone
08 6212 9200

Located on the corner of Roe and William Streets in Northbridge, the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia features the Heath Ledger Theatre, Studio Underground, The Courtyard, two rehearsal rooms and two private suites.

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