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All Saints Church - Henley Brook
Henley Brook
Discover the charm and history of All Saints Church in Henley Brook, which is the oldest church in Western Australia. Taking three years to build by one of the early pioneers of the area, Richard Edwards, the church has been hosting services since 1841.
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Barrack Street Jetty
Perth CBD
Meander along Barrack Street Jetty to visit the towering glass spire of the Swan Bells. Indulge your tastebuds with a range of waterfront restaurants, casual bars and quality caf
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Barracks Archway
Perth CBD
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Bathurst Lighthouse
Rottnest Island
Bathurst Lighthouse, on the northern edge of Rottnest Island, was built in 1900 to support Wadjemup Lighthouse following the City of York shipping disaster in 1899, where 11 lives were lost. It is 20 metres high and in conjunction with Wadjemup and the Fremantle Lighthouse, creates a navigational triangle to guide skippers.
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Benedictine Monastery
New Norcia
The Benedictine Monastery is located on the site of the original 1847 mission building in New Norcia. The Monastery is now home to a population of monks who live a simple communal life of prayer and work within the Monastery.
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Capella Pioneer Village
Capella
The 1869 'Peak Downs' Homestead is the largest restored station homestead of its kind in Australia, and is the centrepiece of the Capella Pioneer Village complex on the Gregory Highway at Capella, in Queensland's Central Highlands region. 60,000 wooden 40 by 10 centimetre shingles make up the roof. No nails, nor any other fasteners, were used in the pit sawn spotted gum timber walls.
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Chapel of St Mary and St George
Guildford
The historic Chapel of St Mary and St George is a captivating sight for visitors to the historic town of Guildford. Its idyllic position on a large expanse of green grass framed by London Plane trees adds to the presence of this grand church. Regarded as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Australia, visitors will be astounded by the sheer beauty of the church.
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Connor's Mill
Toodyay
Witness a working demonstration of the milling process using traditional methods and historic machinery at Connor
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East Perth Cemetery
Perth CBD
The East Perth Cemetery was first mentioned in 1829 in records of colonial secretary Peter Broun. It was originally much larger than it is today but development has reduced its size. The last burial here was in 1919, but family vaults have been used since then.
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European Cemetery
Rottnest Island
The first Europeans took up residence on Rottnest Island shortly after the first settlement of the Swan River Colony was established, in 1829. Rottnest Island was considered to be of interest, as a place with potential for salt harvesting, farming and fishing.
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