The Burt Memorial Hall is a community building standing in the centre of the Cathedral Square precinct, adjacent to St George’s Cathedral.
Constructed in the Gothic Revival style, the historic building is a symbol of Perth’s Burt family, who played a significant role in the government of the Swan River Colony when it was first established.
The building was restored after years of wear and reopened in 2014 as part of the Cathedral Restoration Project. It is currently used for a variety of Cathedral and diocesan functions, receptions, workshops, educational visits and exhibitions.
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