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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...More
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...More
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.
The building is near our hotel and we have passed it each day. It is an interesting old building that sits right in front of a modern sky scraper that is also called The Cloisters. Glad to see that they have preserved one of the...More
It is an interesting old brick building with some history although there was little signage to describe what the history was. It is now essentially a place for various businesses and restaurants and apart from the history and that it is old an different it...More
Very good place for lunch monday to friday. with quite a number of selection of fresh food. The dining area is bright with natural light. The only problem is there is no toilet for visitor. Nothing open on weekend.