The Museum of Perth chronicles the social, cultural, political and architectural history of Perth.
Our micro-cinema is tiny, but pictures speak a thousand words. Come with us back in time to Perth at the turn of the century. Jam-packed full of people, early motorcars, trams, cyclists and horse and cart all vying for space.
"Perth in 1907" - The Corrick Collection Views of turn-of-the-century Perth, primarily up and down Barrack Street, with glimpses of Hay Street and St George's Tce. Watch two men break out in a fight, get a glimpse of women in big dresses crossing the dirt road, and see the interior of an early tram as it passes directly in front of the camera
"Postcards from Perth" Made by The National Film Board 1954. Directed by Shan Benson. The State Capital of Western Australia, Perth is often the traveller's first glimpse of the Commonwealth and a very happy and sunny glimpse it is. The Swan river and King's Park are outstanding beauty spots in a growing, modern city.
Perth's Coffee Culture - Short film A short Documentary about the subculture of coffee in Perth Western Australia, Shoutout to Perth Coffee Roasters and Gordon St Garage for being a part of the documentary and letting us film.
The last Tram in Perth A short story about the last public tram to run in Perth. Created by staff at the State Library of WA using images from their pictorial collection, and heritage material from the J.S. Battye Library of West Australian History.