Old Perth Boys’ School – National Trust Property

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About this site: Looking more like a church than a school, the Old Perth Boys’ School was built in 1854 on the site of the colony’s first mill. It was Perth’s first purpose built school. Since the school relocated to James Street in 1896, the building has been occupied by the Perth Technical College and later the National Trust. It currently houses a popular cafe.

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139 St George's Terrace

Perth City

6000

WA

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