John Curtin’s House – National Trust Property

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The National Trust works to preserve and promote Australia’s indigenous, environmental, and built heritage and culture.

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Volunteering at the National Trust is a fantastic way to meet new people, develop new skills and contribute to the history of your local community.

About this site: This comfortable and modest family home was constructed in 1923 for wartime Prime Minister John Curtin, and his wife Elsie. It remained in family occupation until 1998 with few changes to the building or its contents. The place has recently undergone major conservation works and from mid 2010 was made accessible to the public on a limited annual basis.

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28 Jarrad Street

Cottesloe

6011

WA

Ph. (08) 9321 6088