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Saturday, 10 December 2016 16:13

National Trust of Australia - Old Blythewood

Set on a high bank overlooking the fertile flatsof the Murray River, Old Blythewood standsas a testament to the industry, ingenuity andflexibility of the pioneering McLarty family.

Additional Information

  • Type/Category Museums
  • Street Address Southwest Highway
  • Suburb Pinjarra
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6208
  • Phone Number (08) 9321 6088
Saturday, 10 December 2016 01:36

National Trust of Australia - No 1 Pump Station

At the base of the Mundaring Weir, the No 1 Pump Station provides visitors with information about the world's longest freshwater pipeline. The Golden Pipeline is 560km in length.

On average, 90 million litres of water are pumped through the pipeline each day, in an engineering feat that has continued uninterrupted since 1903.

There was much controversy surrounding the building of the pipeline, which visitors can read more about in the museum.

Museum is CLOSED throughout February every year,  re-opens first Sunday in March from12 noon-4pm. 

Additional Information

  • Type/Category Museums
  • Street Address Weir Road
  • Suburb Mundaring
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6073
  • Phone Number (08) 9295 2455
Saturday, 10 December 2016 01:23

National Trust of Australia - Woodbridge

National Trust of Australia WA
Woodbridge House
 



The National Trust is actively involved in the conservation and interpretation pf a significant number of heritage properties throughout Western Australia.

The building and grounds at Woodbridge have been occupied almost continuously since the property was established in the 19th century.

It is associated with several prominent people in Western Australia's history.

The buildings are important for their architectural design and innovative features and together with the grounds, they create a wonderful day out for visitors.

Additional Information

  • Type/Category Museums
  • Street Address Ford Street WOODBRIDGE,
  • Suburb WOODBRIDGE,
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6056
  • Phone Number (08) 9274 2432
Saturday, 10 December 2016 00:32

National Trust of Australia - Tranby

Peninsula Farm (Tranby) is an historic farmhouse built in 1839 by Joseph and Anne Hardey, on the banks of the Swan River. It was one of the first farms to be established in the Swan River Colony. The Hardeys and their children lived and worked here.  Two of the oak trees in the grounds are reputed to be as old as the house. The place has significant aesthetic and social heritage values.
A visit will introduce students to how our pioneer settlers and their families lived and worked in the early days of the Swan River Colony.

Additional Information

  • Type/Category Museum
  • Street Address 4 Havelock St,
  • Suburb West Perth
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6005
  • Phone Number (08) 9321 6088
Stirk Cottage was built in 1881 by Frederick and Elizabeth Stirk. The Stirks took up a 10 acre property in the district known as Gooseberry Hill, this area later became the Kalamunda townsite. The cottage is made of wattle and daub using materials found on the property - jarrah saplings for corner posts and mud carted and mixed by Elizabeth. Charles Brooks took over the cottage in 1896 and established Kalamunda's first shop in a barn alongside.

The area has since been developed into a park, named Stirk Park after these enterprising settlers.

Additional Information

  • Type/Category Museums
  • Street Address 12 Kalamunda Rd,
  • Suburb Kalamunda,
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6076
  • Phone Number (08) 9257 9999
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