St Georges Terrace is now lined with these banners – each Shire/Council has put one together. Gosnells has a particularly special banner – my mum contributed to the creation of this one. Click below to see the street lined with colour.
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View from Parliament House on the west side of Perth, overlooking the city and St. Georges Terrace
This is the Duxton Hotel – across the road from my office. Doesn’t look much like a hotel? it used to be a taxation office. Those interested colourful little specks are window washers abseiling down the building. Click ‘read-on’ for the close-up
John Septimus Roe was the first Surveyor-General of Western Australia. This statue of him suddenly appeared one day on the street corner, adding a little more interest to an otherwise boring intersection.
St Georges Terrace in Perth Usually these banners would advertise an upcoming festival or event – must not be much happening at the moment.
Perth Concert Hall on St Georges Terrace. I am fortunate enough to work directly across the road from this place. The building is nothing special, but because it is only a few stories high we have a beautiful view of the Swan River which is right behind it.