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walk back You can find out more about the buildings of Beverley in a walking trail map available at the Beverley Information Centre.

 

Hotel Beverley
Hotel Beverley

Built in 1886 as the "Railway Hotel", the facade was remodelled in 1938 in the Art Deco style. However, you will still find details of the 1880s style in the hallway and dining room.

Avon Buildings
Avon Buildings

Beverley's first newspaper was printed at the rear of the newsagent's shop for many years. A grocer's shop and tea rooms were next door.

 

Central Buildings detail
Central Buildings

Built from 1913 to 1914, these classic country town shops have seen many uses, and the faded Australasian Bank sign can still be seen on the end brick wall.

 

Station doorway
Beverley Railway Station

Built in 1886 in the Victorian Tudor style by George Temple-Poole, the Station has recently been beautifully restored and is now the Station Gallery. Here you can see the Shire of Beverley art collection, meet artists in residence and delight in the charm of this building. You may even see a freight train pass by the platform!

 


Forbes Building

Completed in 1929 in the Federation style with an ornate balustrade, these shops too have seen many uses including a draper and haberdashery. It is now an Art Gallery for local Wheatbelt artists.

 

Drapery Building
Drapery Building

Built in the Federation style in 1903, the wooden window frames, recessed doors, pressed tin ceilings and small glass panes of glass are all original.

 

The Store Building
The Store Building

Bulit in 1896, this building was originally divided into two shops. It was used until recently as a supermarket.

Hardware Store
Hardware Store

One of the first buildings in the new site of the Beverley township, this was bulit in 1886 for Mr Sewell.

 
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