Outram Street, West Perth
|Length||750 m (0.5 mi)|
|South end||Kings Park Road|
|North end||Wellington Street (State Route 65)|
For a significant part of the early twentieth century, wealthy merchants and politicians had family homes in the street. Some of the significant structures from that era remain intact, but with different uses.
By the late 1930s the development of blocks of flats and apartments were beginning to change the landscape of Outram Street and West Perth.
Some of the structures like the Outram Street Terraces (number 74-82) have been on the Interim Heritage Register since 2000.
Route map: Google
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- "PERTH NAMES.". The West Australian. Perth: National Library of Australia. 21 January 1939. p. 5. Retrieved 3 January 2014.
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- "PERTH'S BEAUTIFUL HOMES.". The Sunday Times. Perth: National Library of Australia. 19 February 1922. p. 17. Retrieved 3 January 2014.
- Dease Studios; HRRC (1905), Weetalabah, residence of Dr E. J. A. Haynes, corner of Hay and Outram Streets, West Perth [picture], retrieved 4 January 2014
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- Also known as Kent Villa, Heimath, Echuca, and Wainera – see http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/34313/20060325-0000/www.heritage.wa.gov.au/register/PDF_Files/O%20Reg/Outram%20St%20Tces%20%28I%29.pdf