Visit one of three remaining Australian Inland Mission (AIM) hospitals – and the only one in Western Australia! Walk through the old-style wards, duty room, kitchen and laundry to experience the atmosphere of an early 20th century rural hospital.
Whilst at the old hospital building, you will be able to learn about John Flynn, who established the chain of inland hospitals in Australia. This remarkable man is well-known as a visionary for improving the delivery of health care to those living in remote locations in the early pioneering days.
Visitors are able to experience this early twentieth century rural hospital that, in its time, serviced approximately 16,000 square kilometres.
Open by appointment through the Lake Grace Visitor Centre. Guided tours are available, bookings are essential for group or school tours.
Donations are welcome.
History & Heritage Interpretive Centre