About the building
The building is culturally significant, having been home to many prominent organisations, including some of Western Australia’s defining educational institutions. From 1977, the National Trust of Australia (WA) has managed the building on behalf of the community. The limestone walled building was constructed in 1854, designed by Colonial Secretary of WA, William Ayshford Sanford and Clerk of Works Richard Roach Jewell to accommodate Perth Boys’ School. Read More about the building and its history.
All requests for use of the venue must be submitted via the Curtin University St Georges Tce booking form. Approval will be subject to venue availability and the appropriateness of the event. The application form and the Information Pack includes more specific information about the terms and conditions under which the venue is to be used.
Find out more about the venue and how to book it for a function.
Visit us in the City
We are located between Mercantile Lane and William Street on St Georges Terrace. If you are catching a train into the city, disembark at the Elizabeth Quay station. You can either walk to St Georges Terrace, or catch the green CAT from Elizabeth Quay station and disembark at CAT stop 20. There are also several other buses which stop near us. See Google Maps for more detail.
If you are driving, there are several options for parking nearby.
Take a virtual tour of Curtin University St Georges Tce.
Talk to us
If you have any questions, please contact us using the details below:
Curtin St Georges Terrace
139 St Georges Tce
PERTH WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9266 5444 or +61 8 9266 5203