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Discover this heritage gem and the people that live here, in the oldest remaining house in the Wanneroo area.
- Museums:Local History
- Open Days/times:2PM - 5PM
- Facilities:Wheelchair Access
- Open Days:Sunday
Cockman House provides a unique opportunity for teachers and students to encounter what life was like in the past and learn about the families that lived here over a 130 year period.
Completed in 1860, this family home of three generations is a rare historic place of continuous residence by descendants of the original building. It presents a pioneer story that began with James and Mary Ann Cockman at the beginning of the Swan River Colony and progresses alongside the development of the Wanneroo district.
OPEN: Every Sunday 2:00pm - 5:00pm Closed all of February
Entry by donation
School Groups welcome Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.
Bookings required. For more information:
Phone: (08) 9405 5906
Email: [email protected]v.au
Downstairs Gallery, Arts,Crafts And Gifts. Featuring Art and Craft by local artists.
- Galleries:Woodwork,Art Gallery,Craft,Drawing,Jewellery,Painting,Photography,Sculpture,Textiles
- Open Days/times:Thursday - Monday 10am - 3pm
- Open Days:Monday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
The Downstairs Gallery is located on the lower level at the Two Rocks Shopping Centre.
It features Art and Craft by Local Artists.
The Gallery displays Original Art Works, Paintings, Handmade Jewelry,
Embroidery, Sewing, Toys, Dollhouse Miniatures and Unique Wood Craft.
There are Hand painted cards, and Gifts for all occasions.
New Members are Welcome
Come look for us down the stairs or check us out on facebook.
The Bayswater Historical Society has transformed Halliday House into a Heritage Centre and Museum.
- Open Days/times:SUN 1PM - 4PM
- Open Days:Sunday
This 1890s home now contains past photos of the people and places of Bayswater, and memorabilia from the early part of the century.
Halliday House is open to the public on the fouth Sunday of every month between the hours of 1.00pm and 4.00pm. Group bookings are welcome by appointment. For more information, please contact us on 9271 3741.
Visit the MADCAT Photography Gallery at Wanneroo Markets. We sell beautiful Western Australian Landscape & Wildlife Prints, Canvases & Photo Gifts created by local Fine Art Photographer Dave Catley.
- Galleries:Art Gallery,Photography
- Open Days/times:Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9am - 4pm
- Represented Artists:Dave Catley - Fine Art Photographer
- Facilities:Wheelchair Access,Cafe,Free
- Open Days:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
- Wheelchair Access:Yes
Welcome to MADCAT Photography Gallery at the Wanneroo Markets, the home of Western Australian Landscape & Wildlife photography by Dave Catley Fine Art Landscape Photographer.
If you are looking for Western Australian Landscape photography to decorate your home then come and visit us Friday through to Monday from 9am to 4pm. No wall space - no problem. We have a range of scarve and giftware so you can even choose to decorate yourself!
You can browse through our extensive catalogue of Western Australian Landscape photography to decorate your walls, your bedroom, your dining area, your living space or yourself. You can choose from Framed Prints, Stretched Canvases, Cushion Covers, Tapestries, Mugs, Keyring, Greeting Cards and much more. For the more adventurous you can even decorate yourself with our Scarves, Tote Bags and Leggings. For those items we don't have in stock you can place an order and we will deliver them as soon as possible.
Our selection of Western Australian Landscape photos range from as far south as Margaret River all the way up to Monkey Mia. With future trips planned more images will become available on a regular basis so check back often.
Or join our VIP Club on our Website to receive our regular updates & specal offers and we will let you know when there is something new available. Our VIP members get special offers we don’t advertise anywhere else.
Dave & Maggie
Mary Lindsay Homestead is a Community Art Centre with the City of Wanneroo. The newly refurbished historic homestead has an Art Gallery and studios open to the public.
- Galleries:Textiles,Mixed Media,Print Making,Upcyclng,Art Gallery,Artisan Workshop,Craft,Drawing,Jewellery,Painting,Photography,Artist Studio,Public Art Gallery
- Open Days/times:Friday 10am - 3pm Sunday 11am - 3pm
- Represented Artists:Two Rocks Yanchep Culture & Arts Network Members
- Wheelchair Access:wheelchair access
- Facilities:Free,Wheelchair Access
- Open Days:Friday,Sunday
The Railway Museum at Bassendean, Perth Western Australia is Western Australia's premier museum devoted to railway history. The collection is highly significant as it is the only such one in Western Australia that aims to tell the story of all railways across the state. Other collections focus on one aspect or a region.
- Museums:Local History,Motoring
- Open Days/times:Wed 1PM - 4PM, Sun 1PM - 5PM
- Open Days:Wednesday,Sunday
The majority of the collection is from the Western Australian Government Railways. There are also items representative of the extensive timber lines and gold mines that operated in the state as well as the private lines such as the Midland Railway Company.
The collection spans the whole spectrum of railway history. From Katie which was placed in service in 1881 when the Fremantle to Guildford Railway was built through to more modern diesel locomotives. Therefore whether you are interested is the heavy freight V class steam locomotives or the tiny 20 inch gauge mine locomotive 'Freudie' there is something to interest you at the museum. Four different railway gauges are exhibited. Live steam is a feature of the annual RailFest day - usually in October.
Various passenger carriages and freight wagons that formed an integral part of the railway scene can also be appreciated. A number of these date back to the 19th century. The 1947 "Australind" buffet car is loved by children when hired for their own private birthday party.
The exhibition building houses an extensive collection of railway artefacts and photographs telling the story of railways in Western Australia.
If arriving by train use the Ashfield Railway Station on the Midland line.
Sundays : 1.00pm - 5.00pm
Wednesdays : 1.00pm - 4.00pm
School and group visits: Wednesday mornings (in addition to above times)
To arrange group bookings please contact:
Adults $9.00, Concessions $7.00 and Children $4.00 (4 - 14 years).
(Children under 4 yrs free).
Located within Wanneroo's Cultural Centre, this museum showcases and celebrates the changes through history of the local area with over 300 objects and photographs on display depicting local life over the ages. What's more, there is a fabulous little children's area where little folk can get hands-on experience in the market gardening trade.
- Museums:Aboriginal,Local History
- Open Days/times:Mon - Fri 10AM - 4PM, Sat 12PM - 4PM, Sun 11AM - 3PM
- Facilities:Wheelchair Access,Cafe,Free
- Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
Bring the kids and take them on a journey of exploration and education. Whilst my little one was too young to appreciate many of the antiquities on show; this is a great place to take little people and show them 'how we used to live'. There are numerous exhibits, many with audio visual and interactive displays that deepen the learning opportunities available. The changing technology display would certainly be a great eye opener for children of today who might enjoy finding out how Wanneroo locals existed before electricity. There are also some fabulous rural artefacts, and a rare 'buka' on show; believed to be the only kangaroo skin cloak on display outside of the Museum of WA.