The exhibition is located in the foyer of the Moana Chambers Building during its open hours.
East end of The Hay Street Mall
618 Hay St, Perth
WA, 6000 Australia
Moana Chambers is a beautiful hidden gem, offering tranquility in the beating heart of a busy city. You can look out at beautiful tree-topped city views from the balcony with the white noise of the city bellow, or enjoy the elegant atmosphere inside this thoughtfully renovated heritage building. Gift yourself some respite from a busy day at Moana Cafe served by their friendly staff or request to have an event held on the premises to impress friends and colleagues.
Display cases portrays how Moana Chambers had a strong social and entertainment impact on Perth's growing throughout the 20th century. Owned and maintained by the Quinlann family and has bustled with both social and business events throughout it's many years to earn its status as a Perth icon. The chambers rooms have housed all matter of business in its time including but not limited to; restaurants, retail, social clubs, and service providers like cobblers, butchers and law firms.
The Moana Chambers has undergone a significant heritage restoration in recent years, to preserved its' classic architecture for future generations. The project has restored the chamber as effectively as possible with the resources available while complying with newer building, disability and safety legislation standards. To learn more about this process you are welcome to view the Moana Chambers 618 Hay Street, Perth : Conservation Management Plan November 2013 Report available for view by appointment with the Museum of Perth: email@example.com.
Since undergone renovation, revitalisation and refurbishment today Moana Chambers is largely rented out by private co-working offices and firms. Rooms are also available for hire to house board meetings, corporate luncheon, charity functions and other events. There is also a cafeteria and cafe for the public to walk in and enjoy this iconic site.
Come learn more about the Moana Chambers Restoration Project by visiting The Museum of Perth and view a copy for the Conservation Management Plan. Or visit us to learn more about other historical building or restoration projects.
For further learning you can also look at Trove's collection of images and information pertaining to the life and times of Moana Chambers.