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Galleries in Swan Valley Region


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Battistessa Studio

Studio of Antonio Battistessa - works use forged iron as an art medium. Works are for sale or commissions can be arranged.

  • Galleries:Sculpture,Artist Studio
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday - Sunday 10am - 4pm

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  • Open Days:Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

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Bennett Brook Railway

Birthday parties for kids can be held on the train. Trains operate weekends, public holidays and some school holidays.

  • Historical Sites:Trains

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  • Open Days:Sunday,Public Holidays,Wednesday,Thursday,Saturday

Description

Bennett Book Railway is proudly owned and operated by volunteer members of the Western Australian Light Railway Preservation Association. BBR was formed on the 26th of April 1976 by a group of friends who shared an interest in the lesser known narrow gauge railways of Western Australia.

Starting from small beginnings in a members backyard, the railway have evolved to a fully fledged railway operation based in Whiteman Park. Today it encompasses relocated heritage local railway infrastructure using heritage locomotives and carriages from all over Australia and the world.

We aim to preserve Western Australian railway heritage and to provide a unique railway experience through the bushland of Whiteman Park.

Celtic Swan Gallery

The Gallery offers handcrafted Jarrah, Marri and sheoak furniture, works of art from West Australian Artists and craft by local craft persons.

  • Galleries:Painting,Sculpture,Furniture,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Open Monday - Saturday (Monday - Friday please ring the bell or call us on 08 9296 0728)

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  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday

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Dr Russell's Imaginarium

A quirky shop featuring a unusual and comprehensive mix of hidden, vintage treasures.

  • Open Days/times:Wednesday - Thursday 10am - 3pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 12 - 4pm
  • Galleries:Art Gallery

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  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Phil Russell, owner of Dr Russell's Imaginarium has spent a lifetime gathering quirky, antique collectables, putting them all on display at his store in Guildford, hidden away in the peaceful Ethel Street courtyard.

Including an impressive range of original Star Wars memorabilia, Dr Russell's Imaginarium boasts a fascinating collection of old telephones, glassware, toys, coins, as well as figurines, signs and bottles from the last few decades.

You'll spend way longer than you planned exploring the weird and wonderful wares that Dr Russell has collected over the years - there might even be a piece you want to take home to start that vintage collection of your own!

Ellenbrook Arts Gallery

Ellenbrook Arts aim is to assist with the development of an arts based culture within the Swan Valley Region.

  • Galleries:Jewellery,Painting,Photography
  • Open Days/times:Wednesday - Friday 10am - 2pm, Saturday & Sunday 1pm - 5pm

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  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

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Gallery at Houghton

Located in the old cellars of the Houghton winery, this small art space is the full package; visitors can dine in the cafe, taste beautiful wines and view the ever-changing exhibitions in the gallery.

  • Galleries:Painting,Pottery,Metal Work,Mixed Media,Art Gallery,Ceramics,Craft,Glass,Jewellery
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Sunday 11am - 4pm

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  • Facilities:Cafe
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

With exhibitions changing every fortnight, the Gallery at Houghton features the best selection of handcrafted artwork, including glass-work, jewellery, sculptures, paintings and plenty of homewares and giftwares to purchase.

Gomboc Gallery

Gomboc Gallery Sculpture Park established in 1982 is free to the public and has regularly changing exhibitions of painting and sculpture within 5 indoor galleries, promoting both Australian and International Artists.

  • Galleries:Glass,Mixed Media,Painting,Sculpture,Art Gallery,Drawing
  • Open Days/times:Wednesday - Sunday 10am to 5pm

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  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Gomboc Gallery Sculpture Park was established on 4.5hectares of land purchased in 1980 by Ron and Terrie Gomboc initially as a venue to promote and encourage Western Australian artists.  There is also a studio / foundry / fabricating workshop from which Ron Gomboc creates his own sculpture and from where he has achieved international recognition. 

The gallery has for the past 27 years hosted an annual sculpture survey exhibition promoting and encouraging participation by students from tertiary colleges in Western Australia.  Since establishment of this annual sculpture event there has been an ongoing cultural exchange with national and international sculptors participating as artists in residence.

Entry to the gallery and sculpture park has been free to the public since 1982.  The gallery has been totally funded by the owners/directors Ron and Terrie Gomboc.

By appointment viewing from 24th December 2010 to 11th Febraury 2011
 

Guildford Museum

Houses the Courthouse and Old Gaol Museum. Specialises in the history of the colonial settlement of Guildford and the Swan Valley.

  • Museums:Local History
  • Open Days/times:10AM - 2PM

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  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

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Guildford Village Potters

  • (08) 9279 9859

Excellent gallery with range of original handcrafted pottery. Chat to the potters in this historic location.

  • Galleries:Pottery,Painting
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Sunday 10am - 4pm (closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday and ANZAC Day)

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  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Also functions as a Swan Valley Visitor Information Centre.

Illusionary Art

Thomas Maurer the inventor of Illusionary art, creates three dimensional illusions on a flat sheet of aluminium using only an angle grinder.

  • Open Days/times:Wednesday -Sunday 10am - 4pm
  • Represented Artists:Thomas Maurer
  • Galleries:Metal Work,Art Gallery,Artist Studio

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  • Open Days:Sunday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

With over 50,000 visitors over the past 10 years, Thomas Maurer has stunned people with his beautiful yet mind-boggling artwork which he creates using only a flat sheet of aluminium and an angle grinder! A completely unique, new style of contemporary art invented by Thomas himself, the three-dimensional moving images produce optical illusions providing a different optical experience for each viewer.

The artworks on display at Thomas' shed can be purchased, or if you want a one-of-a-kind piece, Thomas also creates individual commissions to your own specifications.

Jude Taylor Studio

Artworks and furniture in a studio set in a garden. Shows the bold prints of Jude Taylor. Her work reflects the Western Australian flora and her perception of life.

  • Open Days/times:Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 3pm
  • Galleries:Craft,Painting,Print Making,Art Gallery

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  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

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Linton and Kay at Mandoon Estate Winery

Nestled on the banks of the Swan River, the gallery is housed in John Septimus Roe’s original homestead, which sits within the grounds of the Mandoon Estate Winery in Caversham.

  • Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Friday - Sunday and public holidays 11am - 5pm

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  • Open Days:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

This delightful space features gallery artists with carefully curated exhibitions.
 
Directors Linton Partington and Gary Kay have established extensive networks enabling them to produce exhibitions and projects with established and emerging artists from around Australia and the world.

Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery

Maalinup Aborginal Gallery specialises in fine art by Indigenous artists from the South West of Western Australia.

  • Open Days/times:Mon to Sun: 10am – 5pm. Excluding major public holidays.
  • Galleries:Painting,Aboriginal,Art Gallery

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  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

The gallery is unique to Perth as an Aboriginal owned and operated enterprise offering Aboriginal cultural activities, talks, performances and bush tucker, as well as a local Aboriginal art. 

Many styles are represented and the paintings at Maalinup are contemporary, colourful and connected to country.

Contributing local artists include:  Naomi Grant, Deborah Bonar, Phillip Narkle, Greg Flahey and Sheila Humphries.

Midland Junction Arts Centre

MJAC is a multi-arts space perfect for exhibitions, creative development, performance, classes and special arts events all year round. The Swan Art Awards, November 2012.

  • Galleries:Drawing,Glass,Installation,Jewellery,Painting,Photography,Pottery,Sculpture
  • Open Days/times:Wednesday - Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday 9am - 1pm (during exhibitions only)

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  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

The City of Swan's favourite arts and culture venue, the Midland Junction Arts Centre (MJAC) offers an annual feast of visual, performing and youth arts for visitors and residents to join in!  Hosting two annual art exhibitions a year, numerous community art exhibitions by local and visiting artists, a range of arts activities during winter, HYPER Vision youth art exhibition and Hyper festival HQ,  year round visual art workshops and numerous live music shows, MJAC  offers a program that is diverse, inclusive and exciting.

Located in beautiful surrounds in front of Juniper Gardens, the MJAC  is conveniently located next to a range of dining options and Midland Gate Shopping Centre on Great Eastern Highway, Midland.

The heritage listed, newly refurbished venue features three generous gallery spaces, an intimate 140 seat theatre/auditorium, a leafy courtyard as well as dance rehearsal and printmaking studios, specialist arts equipment, resident orchestra's sheet music collection, City art collection works, various storage spaces for current users.  

Looking very different today, the arts centre is a far cry from its humble beginnings as the Midland Junction Technical School in 1904. In 1909, the school extended its curriculum to include art classes - marking over 100 year's tradition of community involvement in art!  The building has also housed a TAFE, primary school, and most recently the Australian Opera Studio, before being leased from the Midland Redevelopment Authority by the City of Swan for creation of the arts centre.

For more information and previews about events and activities at MJAC visit the Midland Junction Arts Centre facility.

Art Workshops

The City of Swan is committed to offering you a diverse line-up of workshop opportunities in 2012.  The MJAC  is where you will find activities like printmaking, contemporary painting and portrait drawing - just some of the options available to get involved in.

All tutors have extensive industry experience in arts education; sharing with you their accumulated talents and abilities in a friendly and supportive environment.

Participation and skill sharing are core features of the workshop - so whether you are beginning your arts journey or are a regular exhibitor - the courses are inclusive of all levels of experience and ability.

Swan Art Awards

The City of Swan will launch entry to the 2012 Art Award soon.  The annual acquisitive Art Award showcases the creative talent within the artistic community of Western Australia and allows for the Excellence Award winner's work to enter the City's art collection.  All artworks exhibited are available for sale, and is due to open in November. 

The City of Swan Excellence Award stands at $12,000; with five categories totaling over $20,000 in prizes, including a People's Choice sponsored by Midland Gate Shopping Centre. 

Performing Arts Program

The MJAC is also a renowned Performing Arts venue, with a program on offer that provides audiences with a unique choice of live events and activities to choose from. Focusing on live music, contemporary dance, drama and musical theatre the program provides opportunities to enjoy the diversity of talent that is currently on tour in Western Australia at affordable ticket prices. The performing arts program also supports the development of creative performance works.

Monet Gallery of Fine Arts

Have you discovered Monet Gallery Yet? One of the best on-going exhibitions of beautiful paintings in Perth!

  • Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Thursday - Sunday 12 - 5pm

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  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

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Tucked away in South Guildford on Great Eastern Highway not far from the river, Monet Gallery has an abundance of paintings by well known West Australian Artists; paintings to suit all tastes. So come, browse and enjoy! If you are looking for a painting for your home or work-place, it is likely Monet Gallery has the perfect answer. There is always an array of delightful paintings in acrylic, oil, pastel and water-colour in a variety of styles and techniques. Great for that special present too! Choose from total realism to impressionism or semi abstract works, by artists who delight to depict aspects of Western Australia with their paint brush. Sizes vary and most prices are affordable. Aboriginal art is also available.
 
One of Perth's best on-going, yet continually changing, exhibitions of beautiful paintings by W.A.'s established Artists
 
The wide range of paintings is housed in a charming rustic, French Provincial style building that is sunlit. It has a back terrace, and a side courtyard that abuts a cycle path to the Swan River; a two minute walk away. The larger, main gallery of the three within the building, has a roof window that lets in natural light which is a bonus for solo exhibitions sometimes held there. However the main purpose of the gallery is to have an on-going diverse exhibition of the 40 plus artists it represents. This means that visitors will always find the building overflowing with paintings to view or buy. Many by well established artists whose names you will know! No need to wait for a specially advertised exhibition. Maureen Sylvia, water-colourist and owner has created a friendly, peaceful atmosphere where visitors can enjoy a complementary tea or coffee as they relax and view this wide range of beautiful paintings that reflect the wonderfully, diverse art to be found in West Australia. It is also a great place to meet other people who love to paint or talk art.
 
Happenings

Monet Gallery of Fine Arts is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12 to 6 pm and Thursdays 10 to 4 pm. More information is available on the web-site www.monetgallery.net.au or by phoning the gallery on 08 9277 3685. Workshops and solo exhibitions are sometimes held during the year, and on weekends in July in particular, you will find five of Monet's regular artists painting on site for visitors' enjoyment. Monet also features an artist in the studio from time to time throughout the year, and art-linked poetry readings in spring. There is always a warm welcome as Maureen believes art is for everyone. Have you discovered MONET GALLERY yet?

Motor Museum of WA

If you're a motoring enthusiast or just interested in local history you'll find something of interest in the Museum. There's a range of cars & motorcycles from the late 19th century through to now

  • Museums:Motoring

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  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

The Motor Museum of Western Australia is run by the public for the public and is regarded by many curators around Australia as a leading example of Motor Museums.

Displays include period settings, repair workshops, posters and other memorabilia and, of course, the many historic vehicles. With over 130 painstakingly restored cars, bikes, competition, unusual and performance vehicles the Motor Museum of Western Australia is an educational delight for all school children, a must for every rev head and for many of us, a nostalgic reminder of youthful desires. The Museum's shop sells videos, model cars, post cards, books, badges, keyrings and other automobilia. Located in the heart of picturesque Whiteman Park, the Museum has ample parking, (car park No 11) delightful grassed picnic areas and barbecue facilities, is on the park's tramline and only an 18 minute drive from the centre of Perth. Some vehicles have a local historic story attached to them and others are rare examples that you will only find in a few select locations around the world.

So next time you are in Whiteman Park make the time to visit us near the main village, and if you visit Western Australia, then a trip to Whiteman Park is a worthwhile effort. There are many other attractions and activities for the family other than the Motor Museum. So make a day of it and visit Whiteman Park, just be sure to include the Motor Museum in your itinerary of activities at the Park.

Museum Of Natural History

You will never forget your visit to this world-class display of hundreds of Australia's native animals, birds, fish and reptiles.

  • Open Days/times:Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm
  • Museums:Natural History

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  • Open Days:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday

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Experience the feel of the Australian bush as you wander amongst the kangaroos, emus, sharks and snakes, all beautifully presented by Master Taxidermist, Michael Buzza. Hundreds of exhibits have been patiently, and expertly, reproduced by Michael through his association with several official sites including the Department of Parks and Wildlife, which contracts Michael to help protect and conserve the state's natural environment.

This is a great venue for children to experience Australia's natural fauna and to inspect life-size models of dinosaurs, all housed in the heritage-listed former Regent Theatre.

The museum is just a five minute walk from Guildford train station, so join the many mums, dads, children of all ages and international tourists who have enjoyed this amazing galaxy of Australiana on display. 

Paul Dowe Galleries

Photographic prints, canvas prints and limited editions of Western Australia.

  • Galleries:Painting,Photography,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm

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  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

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Paul is an international award-winning photographer who continues to expand his creativity. His work is featured in hotels and resorts, offices and private collections.

Paul first picked up a camera at 19 while completing a design course. This brief, but life-changing, introduction to photography realigned his view of the world and he has never looked back. Now, over 25 years later, he still gets excited at the prospect of going on location and discovering what awaits him through the lens.

“My greatest inspiration as a landscape photographer has been Ansel Adams. His stunning black white landscape photography caught my imagination and had me dreaming of capturing landscapes in far off places very early on in my career. While my work is very different to his I still refer to his books for inspiration. The other major influence has been that of my grandfather who taught me to paint as a young man. I learnt from him how to craft an image, to understand the nature of light and composition. His influence is still very much a part of me today.”

Because of this background Paul’s work has a painting like quality. Many pieces feature gentle light with soft tones and colours. Paul describes his work as painting with light.
 

 

Revolutions Transport Museum

Revolutions brings all the different modes of land transport together into one place and is the storytelling hub of the Transport Heritage Trail at Whiteman Park

  • Museums:Motoring

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  • Open Days:Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

The Transport Heritage Trail is an interpretive trail that guides visitors between the various transport heritage attractions within the Park.

It incorporates the five independent community groups, who each hold significant transport heritage collections, and provide rides, displays and other experiences for Park visitors. They are the:

  • Motor Museum of WA
  • Tractor Museum of WA
  • Bus Preservation Society of WA
  • Perth Electric Tramway Society – operating the Whiteman Heritage Tram rides
  • Western Australian Light Railway Preservation Society – operating the Bennett Brook Railway

Make Revolutions your first stop on the Transport Heritage Trail at Whiteman Park and discover our transporting history today.

St Mary's Church

Built in 1869 to replace the original church between the Swan River & Jane Brook. The church's cemetery dates back to 1838. Graveyard tours by appointment.

  • Historical Sites:Churches

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St Matthew's Church

Built in 1873 to replace the original that was destroyed in a storm during a christening. The moat still exists on three sides of the church.

  • Historical Sites:Churches

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Stories on the Wall

Stories on the Wall uses art in a decorative way, and art that can be used as tables, chairs, and shelves! Furthermore, using recycled timber furniture helps reduce environmental impact by recycling and minimizing the use of synthetic materials!

  • Galleries:Painting,Furniture
  • Open Days/times:Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm

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  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Stories on the Wall is a result of a lifetime of experiences all combined with an artistic background, lifetime travels, and living in 3 different continents. A combination of different cultures creates richness and beauty in unique ways. This is a story which started with love. Bonnie coming from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, met her French husband, Paul, 35 years ago in Paris. Ever since then they have expanded their boundaries, and developed a harmony in a way of life which was always unique! Living in France contributed to their exclusive taste for quality, and individuality. Where America taught them how to go after a dream, and widen their horizons. And Australia where everything became united, finding a half way mark between the 2 countries, and discovering a culture of outdoor living, simplicity, and wellbeing. Paul directed a company with 35 French clothing shops and was keen on business, and Bonnie was on the other end, dreaming up paintings, putting together exhibitions and taking care of their 3 children in happy way.


With Australia in view, Paul opened 5 clothing shops and settled in Perth with his traveling family. Bonnie continued painting with new inspiration, and captured amazing beauty of her new country. Exhibitions were a part of her life, and one day had an opportunity to do a quick exhibition in the shop that is now called “Stories on the Wall”, in honor of the many stories held within each painting. The expo was only scheduled for a week or two, but the reactions were so strong, and welcoming that the shop was kept as a permanent gallery!


With the walls full of colours attracting passerby, the interior looked a little empty. It was then the furniture came about. Reclaimed timber furniture made out of old fishing boats from the tropical islands of Indonesia. Recycled, naturally weathered, unique colours, and original, the furniture is an artwork by itself. The gallery became complete, using art in a decorative way, and art that could be used as tables, chairs, and shelves! Furthermore, using recycled timber furniture helps reduce environmental impact by recycling and minimizing the use of synthetic materials! 

The Artists Nook

A boutique art and homewares shop located in the beautiful Ethel Street Courtyard in Guildford, Western Australia.

  • Open Days/times:Wednesday -Sunday 10am - 3pm
  • Represented Artists:Nicola Cowie & Katherine Ferguson
  • Galleries:Print Making,Artist Studio,Art Gallery,Ceramics,Craft,Drawing,Jewellery,Painting,Pottery,Textiles,Mixed Media

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  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Owned by artists Nicola Cowie and Katherine C Ferguson, The Artists Nook is a sweet little shop tucked away in the beatiful Ethel Street courtyard in Guildford. Filled to the brim with beautiful artwork, homewares and accessories by local creatives. The Artists Nook Workshops are in full swing, join in on the creative fun and learn some new arty skills with an ever changing array of classes to choose from!

Tractor Museum of WA

WA’s agricultural past are displayed at the Tractor Museum of WA. Including nearly forty tractors, stationary engines, vintage trucks, a display of country life artifacts & old photographs

  • Museums:Motoring,State Museums

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  • Facilities:Wheelchair Access
  • Open Days:Wednesday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

See, hear and smell the machinery that played such an important part in the early life of our state.

Dozens of relics from WA’s agricultural past are on display at the Tractor Museum of WA. The collection includes nearly forty tractors, as well as stationary engines, vintage trucks, a display of country life artifacts and old photographs.

Of the tractors on display, the oldest is an operational 1920 Fordson; the rarest, a 1923 Bailor cultivator built in America; and one of the more unique is the HSCS crawler, built in Sweden and the only known one in Australia.

WA even had its own tractor manufacturer, Chamberlain Industries (subsequently taken over by John Deere before later closing down), and their original prototype tractor, the 40K, and the famous “Tail-end Charlie” are both on display.

 

A parade of restored vintage tractors from the Tractor Museum of WA chugs its way up to Revolutions Transport Museum, before returning through the Village Mall on the second Sunday of every month.

It’s a fantastic opportunity to see these marvelous relics in operation!

 

Woodbridge House

Victorian home maintained by the National Trust and housing the memorabilia of Charles Harper whose family lived there until 1921.

  • Open Days/times:Thursday to Sunday 1pm - 4pm
  • Museums:Local History
  • Historical Sites:Buildings

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  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

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Closed for July

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