Thanks for visiting.
If you take the ferry from South Perth to Elizabeth Quay, you'll arrive in the centre of the City. The buildings tower above but down on the ground, look out for the fountain, one minute water is spurting out, the next it's mist, a real treat for the children.
You'll see from the photos below that new buildings are mixed in with the old.
St Georges Cathedral was completed and ready for its first service in 1888, whereas the Cadogan Song School which adjoins it was finished in 2017.
|St Georges Cathedral|
|St Georges Cathedral Song School|
Hibernian Place is a precinct containing a hotel, shops and cafes and has been adorned with a female face painted by Geelong-born artist Rone.
The Roman Catholic Archbishop's Palace was completed in 1855 although the Archbishop no longer resides there.
I liked the decoration on the modern Mercedes College buildings.
Of course that was only a small fraction of the City buildings. If you would like to see a few more of the heritage buildings, have a look at this link.