The Old Mill in South Perth is one of Perth’s best known landmarks and one of Western Australia’s oldest colonial buildings.
Built in 1835 and operating until 1859, the mill produced 680 kilograms of flour per day at its peak. Since ceasing production, the mill has been used as a hotel, a residence, a wine saloon and a poultry farm.
Located near the tranquil Millers Pool just off the freeway at the end of Mill Point Road, stop by and visit the oldest surviving physical link with the pioneering days of the Colony of Western Australia.
Disabled AssistanceCaters for limited mobility