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The Cloisters

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Oldjack wrote a review Dec 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia19,584 contributions2,155 helpful votes
This is one of few old buildings remaining on St George's Terrace. This was built with convict labor and in 1858 became a school for boys called the Perth Church of England Collegiate School or Bishop Hale's School. It is now a commercial outlet but visit for the history and the architecture.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Robert O wrote a review Mar 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,317 contributions1,487 helpful votes
In the year 1858 Perth got its first secondary school for boys in this building named the Cloisters. Bishop Hale was the founder and his boys would later become important contributors to Western Australia's development. The red brick building still stands firm. Project developers were stopped by local protests when they wanted to demolish the building in the 1960s. To honor Hale his statue with helping hand was erected in front of the main door in 2007. Indeed a significant site if you want to understand Perth's history.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Chizzel wrote a review Oct 2018
Perth, Australia1,966 contributions904 helpful votes
I have walked past this building a million times and never really taken the time to have a good look at it. It is pleasing that some buildings escaped destruction from modern redevelopment but I really think that a lot more can be done to advertise and promote it as a tourist point. Apart from the architecture and heritage value, what makes this stand out. An opportunity exists to make it an attraction but sadly I'm surprised that it is. Has potential to be better marketed and presented.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Ray T wrote a review Aug 2018
Perth, Australia220 contributions31 helpful votes
This is one of the few buildings the developers did not push, as they did all over Perth. It is a beautiful building in a nice part of the city. I has been retained lucky for us. worth while to go and have a look.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Merilyn_S_12 wrote a review Dec 2017
Darwin, Australia1,010 contributions320 helpful votes
I would recommend if you are going to head to the Cloisters go to the City of Perth tour guides first, and go with a tour. They have some interesting history but not easy to uncover by oneself.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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