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Map showing Old Cloister Building

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The Cloisters, a compact two-storey Victorian Tudor style brick building at 200 St. Georges Terrace Perth, was built in 1858 by Bishop Hale, Perth’s first Anglican Bishop and designed by colonial architect Richard Roach Jewell.

Originally a secondary school for boys, at the time it was the sole source of education in the Perth colony. In 1872, the boys school relocated with a girls’ school taking residence until the late 1890’s, when the school closed due to the rise of government schooling. Since its initial beginnings, the building has been used as a WAAF Barracks, Dutch Club, residential home for nurses, guest house and more recently for commercial use.

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