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Vincent Street in Beverley has some excellent examples of a range of architectural styles. You'll see buildings that are over 100 years old, some noted Art Deco buildings from the 1930s and a rare example of a 1960s geodesic dome.

Take a virtual walk along Vincent Street here to get a taste of the town!


 

geodesic dome
Geodesic Dome

Built in 1968 after a fire destroyed the old Barnsley Motors Garage, this is a rare example in Western Australia of the innovative architecture of American Buckminster Fuller.

Old Fire Station
Old Fire Station

This Art Deco building was used as the Fire Station until recently. Note the interesting door and elegant motif above the doorway. Now this building is the hub of activity for The Men's Shed.

 

Town Hall
Town Hall

The Beverley Town Hall was built in 1938, designed in the Art Deco style by Perth architect W.G. Bennett and still used for many functions.

CWA Building
CWA Building

The Country Womens Association building dates from 1936 and is a typical example of the Western Australian architecture at that time.

 

Child Health Centre
Child Health Centre

The Child Health Centre is another classic example of the Art Deco style of the 1930s and is still being used.

old school
Old Beverley School

Designed by George Temple-Poole, architect in charge of public works in Western Australia, the Beverley School was built in 1894 and is a typical example of school buildings of that time.

 

Post Office
Post Office

Built in 1910 at the cost of £1870, this elegant building still houses the Post Office with accommodation upstairs.

Bank building
Bank

This substantial and elegant building was erected in 1917 for the National Bank. Later it became the Australasian Bank and is currently the ANZ.

 
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