TRAVEL TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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TRANSPORT FACILITIES

ISSUE No. 21-MAY, 1954

(This issue supersedes all previous issues)

The tariffs and fares quoted in this leaflet were correct at the time of printing but no responsibility can be accepted by the W.A. Government Tourist Bureau for any variations which may subsequently occur.

RAIL INTERSTATE TIME TABLES

BRISBANE TO PERTH.

South Brisbane


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Adelaide (Change Trains) Melbourne (Change Trains)


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RAIL FARES

TRAVELLING TO PERTH

RETURNING FROM PERTH.

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AVAILABILITY OF TICKETS.

Tickets between adjoining Systems—one month.

Tickets between three or more Systems—three months.

BREAK OF JOURNEY.

Is permitted at any station provided the journey to destination is completed within the period above mentioned.

TICKET ENTITLEMENTS.

First class passengers are provided with sleepers between Perth and Brisbane with reserved seats Melbourne to Albury. The fare provides for meals Perth-Adelaide including the evening meal in Adelaide.

Second class passengers are provided with sleepers Perth-Adelaide only and with reserved seats onwards. Meals similar to first class passengers.

LUG G A GE—Entitlement.

First class passengers—168 lb.

Second class passengers—112 lb.

BOOKINGS.

Plans open two months in advance at all capital cities for the booking of a forward journey, and three months in advance for return journeys. Return tickets are available and should be taken out when booking the forward journey.

AIR

A daily service is operated to and from the Eastern States by Australian National Airways and Trans Australia Airlines. For further details and bookings contact the Bureau in PERTH or branches in MELBOURNE and SYDNEY.

AIR FARES.

Perth-Adelaide .... £24 12 0 single    Sydney ............ £40 19 6 single

Melbourne .... £32 8 0 „    Brisbane ........ £50 0 0 „

SEA

From August to the following April a weekly service is operated by the undermentioned vessels:—

Vessel    Owner

M.V. “Manoora”............ Adelaide Steamship Co.

M.V. “Kanimbla” ........ Mcllwraith McEacham Ltd.

M.V. “Westralia” ........ Huddart Parker Ltd.

M.V. “Duntroon” ........ Melbourne Steamship Co.

Intending passengers should contact the local agent of the vessel concerned to secure reservations.

BOAT FARES.

First Saloon

Single

Second Saloon

Fremantle

Minimum

Ordinary

Single

to

£ s. d.

£ s. d.

£ s. d.

Adelaide ....

........ 19 0 0

22 5 0

14 10 0

Melbourne

........ 25 15 0

30 5 0

19 17 6

Sydney ....

........ 32 0 0

37 10 0

24 10 0

All fares

and timetables are subject to

alteration and

should be checked

when bookings are made.

TOUR South-West

and Albany Tour

SEVEN DAYS-- 860 MILES

Embracing the Dairy, Orchard and Timber areas of Bridgetown and Manjimup, the Karri forests of the lower South-West and Nornalup. The scenic beauty of Denmark, Albany, the Porongorups and the Agriculturaal areas of the

Great Southern Districts

ITINERARY

1St ^45’ ajn^Leave Tourist Bureau, proceed via Armadale and Pinjarra to

Donnybrook for lunch.    .    ..

2 p.m._Leave for Pemberton via Donnybrook, Bridgetown and Manjimup.

Arrive Pemberton 5.45 p.m.

2nd Day, TUESDAY (at Pemberton).

9 30 a m—Inspections of East Tree, Swimming Pool, Trout Hatcheries.

2.30    p.m.—Inspect State Saw Mills’ Pemberton Mill.

3rd 8.3o' a^nn—LeaveAR)"r Nornalup via Shannon Mill. Lunch at Nornalup. 2 p.m.—Leave for Albany via Denmark.

4th Day, THURSDAY (at Albany).    .    ,    _    .    _ „

Visit to points of interest including Marine Drive, Middleton Beach, Emu

Point and South Coast.

5th Day, FRIDAY.

9.30    a.m.—Full day visit to Porongorup Ranges.

6th Day, SATURDAY.

Morning free.    .

2 p.m.—Leave for Katanning. Stay overnight.

7th Day, SUNDAY.

9 am.—Leave for Pingelly via Wagin and Narrogm.

2 p.m.—Leave for Perth via Beverley and York. Arrive 5.30 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£19 12s. 6d.

A deposit of £5 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel.

The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas and incidentals are not included in the fare.

DEPARTURE DATES.—Each Monday from 4th January to 21st June, recommencing 9th August, 1954.

Bookings should be made at


GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU


772 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A.


MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

South-West

TOUR

B


and Albany Tour

SEVEN DAYS-- 860 MILES

Embracing the Dairy, Orchard and Timber areas of Bridgetown and Manjimup, the Karri forests of the lower South-West and Nornalup. The scenic beauty of Denmark and Albany, and the Agricultural areas of the Great Southern

districts

ITINERARY

1st Day, WEDNESDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave Tourist Bureau and proceed via Armadale and Pinjarra to Donnybrook for lunch.

2 p.m.—Leave for Pemberton via Donnybrook, Bridgetown and Manjimup. 2nd Day, THURSDAY (at Pemberton).

9.30    a.m.—Inspect East Tree, Trout Hatcheries, Swimming Pool, etc.

2.30    p.m.—Inspect State Saw Mills’ Pemberton Mill.

3rd Day, FRIDAY (at Pemberton).

9 a.m.—Visit to Fontys Pool.

2.15 p.m.—Round- drive to points of interest near Pemberton.

4th Day, SATURDAY.

8.30    a.m.—Leave for Nornalup via Shannon Mill. Lunch at Nornalup. 2 p.m.—Leave for Albany via Denmark.

5th Day, SUNDAY (at Albany).    .

Visits to points of interest including Marine Drive, Middleton Beach, Emu Point, and South Coast.

6th Day, MONDAY.

Morning free.

2 p.m.—Leave for Katanning. Stay overnight.

7th Day, TUESDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave for Pingelly via Wagin and Narrogin.

2 p.m.—Leave for Perth via Beverley and York. Arrive 5.30 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£19 12s. 6d.

A deposit of £5 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel.

The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas and incidentals are not included in the fare.

DEPARTURE DATES.—Each Wednesday from 6th January to 26th May, then recommencing 25th August, 1954.

Bookings should be made at ... .

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU -    -    -    -    -    772 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A.

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

Land Cruise to

TOUR

E


GERALDTON

SEVEN


DAYS—EIGHT HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE MILES

Via New Norcia, Moora, Mingenew and Dongara. 875 miles of travel embracing some of the State’s finest agricultural districts. The ever-changing scenery holds the interest of the traveller throughout.

ITINERARY

1st Day, MONDAY.

8    30 a.m.—Leave Tourist Bureau, proceed via Guildford, Caversham and the Great Northern Highway to Moora for lunch. Stops will be made en route for morning tea at Bindoon and inspection of the Mission at New Norcia.

1.30    p.m.—Leave Moora and proceed via Watheroo, Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs to Dongara for the evening meal.

6 p.m.—Leave Mingenew for Geraldton, arriving approximately 8.15 p.m. 2nd Day, TUESDAY.

Morning free.

2.15    p.m.—In and around Geraldton, including West End Beach, Wilcock Drive and prominent Geraldton landmarks.

3rd Day, WEDNESDAY.

9.30    a.m.—Scenic drive to Chapman Valley and Narra Tarra.

2.30    p.m.—Visit tomato gardens and packing sheds or other local industries in season.

4th Day, THURSDAY.

9    a.m.—Full day visit to Northampton.

5th Day, FRIDAY.

9.15    a.m.—Scenic drive to Ellendale with visit to Wicherina Dam. Returning via Walkaway and Greenough.

6th Day, SATURDAY.

9.30    a.m.—Inspection of Point Moore Lighthouse and visit to mouth of Greenough River.

7th Day, SUNDAY.

8.45 a.m.—Leave for Carnamah via Dongara and Mingenew. Stop for lunch.

1.15    p.m.—Proceed via Coorow, Watheroo, Moora and New Norcia to Bindoon for tea. Leave for Perth, arriving approximately 8.15 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£19 5s.

A deposit of £5 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel. The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas and incidentals are not included in the fare.

Departing every Monday between 3rd May and 22nd November, 1954, inclusive Recommencing 2nd May, 1955.

Bookings should be made at ... .

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU..... 772 HAY STREET, PERTH, WA

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

Two Day


Coach Tour

Embracing—Pinjarra, the Jarrah forests in the Dwellingup District, farming areas of the near South and South-West Districts and

Collie Coalfields

THURSDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave Government Tourist Bureau, proceed via Armadale, Pinjarra and Brunswick Junction to Bunbury for lunch.

2.30 p.m.—Inspect points of interest in and around Bunbury then proceed to Donnybrook for the night.

FRIDAY.

9 a.m.—Proceed via Preston Valley and Mumballup to Collie. Inspect points of interest in and around Collie, including open-cut mining, then on to Harvey for lunch.

2 p.m.—Leave for Perth via Pinjarra, Mandurah and Premantle, arriving approximately 5.30 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£5 15s.

A deposit of £2 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel. The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas and incidentals are not included in the fare.

Departure Dates.—Every Thursday from 9th September, 1954, to 28th April, 1955.

Bookings should be made at ... .

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU -    -    -    -    -    772 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A.

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

Eight Day Combined

TOUR

jH

to


Rail 8c Coach Tour Bunbury and South West Districts

Travelling to and from Bunbury by the Australind Express the to^ar visits Yallingup, Collie, Pemberton, Bridgetown, Margaret River and Cape Leeuwin.

ITINERARY

1st Day, SATURDAY.

9.35 ajn.—Depart Perth on Australind Express for Bunbury.

1    p.m.—Arrive Bunbury.

2.30    p.m.—Tour to Australind.

2nd Day, SUNDAY.

Morning free.    „    „ „    ..

2    p.m.—Depart for Hills tour through Dardanup-Ferguson Valley, afternoon tea at Farm.

3rd Day, MONDAY.

9 a.m.—Depart for full day tour to Yallingup Caves. Lunch at Yallingup, inspection of caves.

4th Day, TUESDAY.

Morning free.

1    p.m.—Depart for Collie, inspection of open-cut mines, tour of town. 5th Day, WEDNESDAY.

8.50 a.m.—Depart for Pemberton via Donnybrook, Bridgetown (tour of apple orchards). Lunch at Manjimup, 12.30 p.m.

2    p.m.—Drive to Fonty’s Pool. Proceed to Pemberton, inspection of Trout Hatcheries, Karri Timber Mill, and the East Tree Fire Look-out. Tea at Karri-Holm Lodge, depart at 6 p.m. for Bunbury arriving 10 p.m.

6th Day, THURSDAY.

Free day.

7th Day, FRIDAY.

9 a.m.—Depart for Margaret River, Lake Caves, Augusta and Cape Leeuwin. Inspection of Lake Caves. Lunch at Margaret River, drive to Augusta and Cape Leeuwin. Evening meal at Busselton, arrive Bunbury at 8.30 p.m 8th Day, SATURDAY.

Morning free.

2.30    p.m.—Entrain on Australind Express for Perth.

FARE—£18 7s.—Includes accommodation and rail transport to and from

Bunbury

A deposit of £4 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least eight days preceding the date of travel.

The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas and incidentals are not included in the fare.

DEPARTURE DATES.—Every Saturday from 21st August, 1954, until April, 1955.

Bookings should be made at ... .

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU..... 772 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A.

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

Land Cruise

SIX DAY



to Busselton and the Caves District of the South West

SIX HUNDRED MILES

Embracing such beauty spots as Dunsborough, Meelup, Bunker Bay, Cape Naturaliste, Yallingup, Margaret River, Augusta and Flinders Bay, with inspection of the famous Lake and Yallingup Caves.

ITINERARY.

1st Day, MONDAY.

9.15 a.m.—Leave Government Tourist Bureau, proceed via Fremantle. Mandurah, Pinjarra and Waroona to Harvey for lunch.

1.45    p.m.—Leave for Bunbury via Brunswick Junction. Inspect points of interest and leave for Busselton.

2nd Day, TUESDAY.

9.30    a.m.—Inspect points of interest in and around Busselton, followed by a visit to Wonnerup.

1.30    p.m.—Visit Cape Naturaliste and Meelup Beach.

3rd Day, WEDNESDAY.

9.30    a.m.—Drive to Canal Rocks, then on to Caves House for lunch.

2 p.m.—Inspect Yallingup Cave and return to Busselton.

4th Day, THURSDAY.    .

9 ajm.—Leave for Margaret River Caves via Cowaramup and Coast Road. Inspect Mammoth Cave. Lunch. Inspect Lake Cave and return to Busselton via Margaret River township.

5th Day, FRIDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave for Augusta via Margaret River and Karridale. Lunch at Augusta.

1.45    p.m.—Proceed via Flinders Bay to Cape Leeuwin. Inspect lighthouse and return to Busselton.

6th Day, SATURDAY.

Morning free.

1.30    p.m.—Leave for Perth via main Busselton-Bunbury Highway. Arrive in Perth approximately 6 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£16 IPs.

A deposit of £4 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel. The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas, caves inspections and incidentals are not included in the fare.

DEPARTURE DATES: Every Monday till end of May. Fortnightly in June and July. Recommencing Weekly, mid August

Bookings should be made at ... .

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU -    -    -    -    -    772 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

THREE DAT

LAND

to

Busselton-Margaret River Caves District

A round tour embracing the dairy, timber and caves district of the South-West Coastal Areas, with visits to the famous Lake and Mammoth Caves, Margaret River and Caves House, Yallingup, returning to Perth via Jarrahwood, Nannup, the Blackwood River Drive and Bonnybrook.

ITINERARY.

SATURDAY—

9.0 a.m.—Leave Government Tourist Bureau and proceed via Fremantle, Mandurah and Bunbury Highway to Waroona for lunch. Leave for Bunbury, inspect points of interest and proceed to Busselton for the night.

SUNDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Proceed to Mammoth and Lake Caves via Margaret River. After inspection of caves return to Busselton via Coast Road and Caves House, Yallingup.

MONDAY—

9 a.m.—Leave for Donnybrook via Jarrahwood, Nannup and Blackwood River Drive.

1.30    p.m.—Leave for Perth via Dardanup and Brunswick Junction. Arriving in Perth at approximately 5.45 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£9.

A deposit of £2 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel. The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas, cave inspection fees and incidentals are not included in the fare.

DEPARTURE DATES: Every Saturday, excepting June, July and early August. Bookings should be made at—

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU.....712 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A.

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

™*| South M | G reat

West & Southern

Districts

SIX DAYS--- 800 MILES

Embracing the Dairy, Orchard and Timber areas of Bridgetown and Manjimup, the Karri forests of the lower South West and Nornalup. The scenic beauty of Denmark and Albany and the Agricultural areas of the Great Southern

districts

ITINERARY

1st Day, SATURDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave Tourist Bureau, proceed via Armadale and Pinjarra to Bunbury for lunch.

2 p.m.-—Leave for Pemberton via Donnybrook, Bridgetown and Manjimup. 2nd Day, SUNDAY (at Pemberton).

Inspections of East Tree, Swimming Pool, Trout Hatcheries and re-afforestation areas.

3rd Day, MONDAY.

8.30 a m.—Leave for Nornalup via Shannon Mill, with short stop for inspection of mill. Lunch at Nornalup.

2 p.m.—Leave for Albany via Denmark.

4th Day, TUESDAY (at Albany).

Visits to points of interest including Marine Drive, Middleton Beach, Emu Point, and South Coast.

5th Day, WEDNESDAY.

Morning free.

2 p.m.—Leave for Katanning. Stay overnight.

6th Day, THURSDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave for Pingelly via Wagin and Narrogin. Lunch at Pingelly. 2 p.m.—Leave for Perth via Beverley and York. Arrive 5.30 p.m.

FARE, INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION—£17 10s.

A deposit of £4 per person is necessary when booking and the balance must be paid at least one week preceding the date of travel.

The Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary or fare or cancel the tour due to insufficient patronage.

Afternoon teas and incidentals are not included in the fare.

DEPARTURE DATES.—Each Saturday from 2nd January to 26th June, recommencing from 7th August, 1954.

Bookings should be made at ... .

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU..... 772 HAY STREET, PERTH, W.A.

-or-

MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVE -    -    272 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE -    -    28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALE

AND ALL RECOGNISED TRAVEL AGENCIES

Short Tours from Country Centres

ALBANY—    Fare

SUNDAY—    S.    d.

2 p.m.—Round Drive (half day) ............................ 6 0

MONDAY-

10 a.m.—Frenchman’s Bay and South Coast (whole day)    ....    8 0

TUESDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Porongorups (whole day) ........................ 12    0

WEDNESDAY-

10 a.m.—Frenchman’s Bay and South Coast (whole day)    ....    8 0

THURSDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Denmark District (whole day) ................... 14    6

FRIDAY-

10 a.m.—Nanarup Beach and Taylor’s Inlet (whole day) ........ 6 0

SATURDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Nornalup and Walpole Inlet (whole day) ............ 21    0

The cost of morning or afternoon teas or luncheon Is not included in the fares.

Tours depart from Proudloves Tourist Centre, York Street, Albany.

BUNBURY—    *

SUNDAY—

2 p.m.—Australind and Historic Drive (half day) ........... 6 6

MONDAY—

1.15 p.m.—Collie Tour (half day) ............................ 16 6

TUESDAY—

9 a.m.—Yallingup Caves (whole day) ............................ 25    0

(Lunch is included in fare but not cave inspection and tea)

WEDNESDAY—

8.50 am.—Pemberton (whole day) ............................ 47 0

(Lunch and evening tea Included In fare)

THURSDAY—

2 p.m.—Donnybrook (half day) ............................ 10 0

FRIDAY—

9 a.m.—Augusta-Margaret River ............................ 43    0

(Lunch and evening tea Included in fare)

SATURDAY—

2.30    p.m.—Hills Drive (half day) ............................ 11    o

GERALDTON—

MONDAY—

1.45    p.m.—Chapman Valley (via Narra Tarra) (3 hours) ....    12    6

TUESDAY—

1.45    p.m.—Northampton and Lead Mine (4 hours) ............ 17    6

WEDNESDAY—

1.45    p.m.—Places of interest in Geraldton and Greenough River

•    (3 hours) ........................................ 10 0

THURSDAY—

1.45    p.m.—Ellendale (4 hours) ................................ 17    6

FRIDAY—

1.45    p.m.—Chapman Valley (via Narra Tarra) (3 hours) ........ 12    6

Billy tea is boiled on all tours for afternoon tea.

Tours depart Tourist Burea bus stop.

Western Australian Government Tourist Bureau


SPECIAL INCLUSIVE TOURS TO PERTH

FIVE DAYS

in WESTERN AUSTRALIA

ARRIVING PERTH EVERY MONDAY BY SHIP

ITINERARY

MONDAY.

a.m.—Arrive Fremantle by boat.

2.15 p.m.—Swan River Scenic Drive.

TUESDAY.

9.30    a.m.—All day tour through the Darling Range, embracing Canning Dam, Araluen, Mundaring Weir and National Park.

WEDNESDAY.

9.40 a.m.—City Landmarks tour.

Afternoon free.

THURSDAY.

9 a.m.—Leave Government Tourist Bureau, proceed via Armadale, Pinjarra and Brunswick Junction to Bunbury for lunch.

2.30    p.m.—Inspect points of interest in and around Bunbury, then proceed to Donnybrook for the night.

FRIDAY.

9 a.m.—Proceed via Preston Valley and Mumballup to Collie. Inspect points of interest in and around Collie, including open cut mining, then on to Harvey for lunch.

2 p.m.—Leave for Perth via Pinjarra, Mandurah and Fremantle, arriving approximately 5.30 p.m.

INCLUSIVE COST - - £14 2s.

Covering full accommodation in Perth and a comprehensive programme of tours but excluding charges for morning and afternoon teas, incidental expenditure or the COST OF TRAVEL TO AND FROM PERTH.

A deposit of £4 per person is required at time of booking, the balance of tour cost being payable at least two weeks prior to departure for Perth.

Bookings will be accepted only on the express condition that subsequent increases in transport and accommodation charges and/or extra accommodation charges involving periods in excess of the reservation covered by the itinerary shall be added to the costs quoted.

The W.A. Government Tourist Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary as found necessary.

Western Australian Government Tourist Bureau


SPECIAL INCLUSIVE TOURS TO PERTH

SEVEN DAYS

in WESTERN AUSTRALIA

ARRIVING PERTH ANY DAY

ITINERARY

FIRST DAY.

Morning free.

2.10    p.m.—Mundaring Weir and National Park tour.

SECOND DAY.

Morning free.

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen tour.

8 p.m.—City Sights by Night tour.

THIRD DAY.

9.30    a.m.—Jarrahdale Forest Drive and Serpentine Falls (whole day).

FOURTH DAY.

9.40 a.m.—Metropolitan Beaches tour, including Cottesloe Civic Centre.

2.10    p.m.—Kalamunda, Carmel and Bickley Valley tour.

FIFTH DAY.

Morning free.

2.15 p.m.—Swan River Scenic Drive.

SIXTH DAY.

9.30    a.m.—Pinjarra and Mandurah Round tour (whole day). SEVENTH DAY.

9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day).

INCLUSIVE COST - - FROM £17 15s. to £21 5s.

Covering full accommodation in Perth and a comprehensive programme of tours but excluding charges for morning and afternoon teas, caves inspections incidental expenditure, and the COST OF TRAVEL TO AND FROM PERTH

A deposit of £4 per person is required at time of booking, the balance of tour cost being payable at least two weeks prior to departure for Perth.

Bookings will be accepted only on the express condition that subsequent increases in transport and accommodation charges and/or extra accommodation charges involving periods in excess of the reservation covered by the itinerary shall be added to the costs quoted.

The W.A. Government Tourist Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary as found necessary.

Western Australian Government Tourist Bureau


SPECIAL INCLUSIVE TOURS TO PERTH

TWELVE DAYS

in WESTERN AUSTRALIA

ARRIVING PERTH ANY DAY

ITINERARY

FIRST DAY.

Morning free.

2.15    p.m.—Swan River Scenic Drive.

SECOND DAY.

9.40    a.m.—Metropolitan Beaches tour, including Cottesloe Civic Centre.

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen tour.

THIRD DAY.

9.40    a.m.—City and Suburban Landmarks tour.

Afternoon free.

FOURTH DAY.

9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day).

8 p.m.—City Sights by Night tour.

FIFTH DAY.

Morning free.

2.10    p.m.—Mundaring Weir and National Park tour.

SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH DAYS.

Three day tour of the South-West or Caves country.

NINTH DAY.

Morning free.

2.15    p.m.—Swan River Launch Cruise.

TENTH DAY.

9.30 a.m.—Jarrahdale Forest Drive and Serpentine Falls (whole day).

ELEVENTH DAY.

Morning free.

2.10    p.m.—Kalamunda-Bickley Valley tour.

TWELFTH DAY.

Morning free.    .

p.m.—W.A. tour ends.

INCLUSIVE COST - - £32.

Covering full accommodation in Perth and a comprehensive programme of tours, but excluding charges for morning and afternoon teas, caves inspections, incidental expenditure and the COST OF TRAVEL TO AND FROM PERTH.

A deposit of £8 per person is required at time of booking, the balance of tour cost being payable at least two weeks prior to departure for Perth.

Bookings will be accepted only on the express condition that subsequent increases in transport and accommodation charges and/or extra accommodation charges involving periods in excess of the reservation covered by the itinerary shall be added to the costs quoted.

The W.A. Government Tourist Bureau reserves the right to amend the itinerary as found necessary.

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COLOURED BOOKLETS

ARE AVAILABLE AT

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU

Short Tours from Perth

All tours depart from the office of the Government Tourist Bureau, 772 Hay Street, except where otherwise stated.

Descriptions of Tours—

YANCHEP PARK AND CAVES.

Situated 32 miles north of Perth, Yanchep, “The Western Wonderland ” provides a wide range of attractions for a day’s outing. The Caves, Swimming Pool, Cave Cabaret, Loch McNess, and the Artificial Lakes, combined with the native flora, ensure a tour full of interest. The tour concludes at the Tourist Bureau at 5.15 p.m.

CANNING DAM AND ARALUEN.

Situated in the hills 30 miles from Perth, Canning Dam is the largest water conservation scheme in the State. The Dam is reached via Armadale and Bedfordale, the route passing through excellent orchard country. Araluen, the

Hills resort of the Young Australia League, with its unique War Memorial_the

“Grove of the Unforgotten”—is visited after leaving Canning Dam. The tour concludes at the Tourist Bureau at 5.30 p.m.

BINDOON, CHITTERING VALLEY.

The route taken is via Midland Junction and the Upper Swan to Bindoon, for lunch. The return journey is made via the Chittering Valley and the tour concludes at Perth at approximately 5.15 p.m.

SWAN RIVER SCENIC DRIVE.

A tour revealing the beauty spots in and around Perth on the northern and southern sides of the Swan River. The itinerary embraces King’s Park, Crawley, Nedlands, Dalkeith, Peppermint Grove, Mosmans, Fremantle, Point Walter, Attadale, Canning Bridge, Como, South Perth; returning to the Tourist Bureau at approximately 5.15 p.m.

CITY AND SUBURBAN LANDMARKS TOUR.

This tour is a circuitous one which keeps within a radius of about four miles of the General Post Office. It embraces nearly all the principal parks, public buildings, churches and recreation reserves in the metropolitan area! including inspection of University, and gives visitors a quick but comprehensive look at Perth. The tour concludes at the Tourist Bureau at 12.15 p.m.

K WIN AN A AND ROCKINGHAM.

Travelling via Stirling Highway to Fremantle, a call is made to the Fremantle War Memorial followed by an inspection of the “Round House”, thence via the coast road to Medina Township, Kwinana and to Rockingham for lunch. The return is via the main road through Spearwood, Hamilton Hill, along Canning Highway, arriving at the Bureau at 4.45 p.m.

SWAN RIVER LAUNCH CRUISE.

Three hours of delightful river scenery this Launch Cruise commences from Barrack Street Jetty and visits Crawley Bay, Claremont, Peppermint Grove, Mosmans Bay, Blackwall Reach, Point Walter, Canning Bridge and South Perth.

Descriptions of Tours (continued)

JARRAHDALE FOREST DRIVE.

The route is via the Canning Highway to Canning Bridge, thence Manning Park and the Clontarf Boys’ Orphanage to the Albany Highway, thence via Armadale and Byford to Serpentine Falls and Mundijong for lunch. After lunch the route climbs through the hills to Jarrahdale, one of the oldest and most prolific centres of jarrah production in the State. The route passes through re-afforestation country to the Glen Eagle Forest Station where an inspection of the Fire Tower is made. The tour concludes at the Tourist Bureau at approximately 5.30 p.m.

CITY SIGHTS BY NIGHT.

A tour which provides an opportunity to see the outstanding features on both the north and south sides of the Swan River by night. The lights of Perth and the River reflections from King’s Park and other vantage points constitute a scene which is unsurpassed in the Commonwealth.

PINJARRA AND MANDURAH.

The route taken is via Bunbury Highway to Fairbridge Farm. An inspection is made of this successful community centre where child migrants are educated and trained under ideal conditions. The tour proceeds to Pinjarra, 54 miles from Perth, for luncheon, after which the route is to Ravenswood on the Murray River, and thence to Mandurah, a popular coastal resort on the Estuary of Peel Inlet. The return to Perth is made along the coastal route via Safety Bay and Rockingham to Fremantle and Perth, arriving at the Bureau at approximately 5.30 p.m.

KALAMUNDA, BICKLEY AND CARMEL VALLEYS.

This tour embraces a visit to Kalamunda, the hills resort in the Darling Ranges and the picturesque orchard country of the Bickley and Carmel Valleys, with an inspection of Carpene’s gardens. The return journey is via Welshpool (in season a visit is made to Lesmurdie Falls), arriving at the Tourist Bureau at approximately 5.30 p.m.

BEACHES TOUR.

To Scarborough Beach via north-western suburbs, then along Marine Drive to City Beach, thence via the Boulevarde and Oceanic Drive to Reabold Hill and Wembley Beach. Thence via the Coastal Highway to Swanbourne and Cottesloe, calling at the Cottesloe Civic Centre, where an inspection is made. Thence to Mosman Park Beach, and returning via Stirling Highway, Thomas Street and King’s Park Road, arriving at the Tourist Bureau at 12.15 p.m.

DARLING RANGE TOUR.

This is a comprehensive full-day tour of the hills of the Darling Range. The itinerary embraces Forrest National Park, Mundaring Weir, Bickley and Carmel Valleys and Karragullen, proceeding to Ye Olde Narrogin Inn, Armadale, for luncheon. In the afternoon a visit is made to Canning Dam and Araluen, returning to Perth via Roleystone and Kelmscott at 5.30 p.m.

MUNDARING WEIR AND FORREST NATIONAL PARK.

The route of this tour is via Great Eastern Highway and Midland Junction, thence to Mundaring Weir, the source of the water supply for the Eastern Goldfields. The return is made through Forrest National Park, a reserve for flora and fauna comprising 4,000 acres of timber country, containing picturesque drives and streams. The tour concludes at the Tourist Bureau at 12.30 p.m. or 5.30 p.m.

NOTE:

The Programme hereunder is compiled to provide for the months of September, October and January and at other times may be restricted to suit the demand.

Programmes for the other months are available on application.

Short Tours from Perth

Fare

SUNDAY—    s. d.

|9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day) (Bus fare only) 12    0

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day) .......... 12    0

2.10    p.m.—Mundaring Weir and Forrest National Park

(half day) ........................................ 11    0

MONDAY—

f9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day) (Bus fare only) 12    6

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day) ............ 12    0

2.10    p.m.—Mundaring Weir and Forrest National Park

(half day)........................................ 11    0

2.15    p.m.—Swan River    Scenic    Drive    (half    day) ........... 8    0

*2.15 p.m.—Swan River    Launch    Cruise    (half    day) ........ 7    6

TUESDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Northam York (whole day) .................... 33    6

(Fare includes lunch) (September, October, November only)

9.30    a.m.—Darling Range Tour (whole day) ............ 29    0

(Fare includes lunch)

9.40    a.m.—Beaches Tour (half day) .................... 8    0

f9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day) (Bus fare only> 12 6

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day) ............ 12    0

2.10    p.m.—Kalamunda, Bickley and Carmel Valleys (half

day) ............................................... 11    0

*2.15 p.m.—Swan River Launch    Cruise    (half    day) ........ 7    6

8 p.m.—City Sights by Night ............................ 6    6

WEDNESDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Jarrahdale Forest Drive and Serpentine Falls

(whole day) ........................................ 27    6

(Fare includes lunch)

9.40    a.m.—City and Suburban Landmarks (half day)    7    0

f9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day) (Bus fare only) 12    6

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day) ............ 12    0

*2.15 p.m.—Swan River Launch    Cruise    (half    day) ........ 7    6

2.15    p.m.—Swan River Scenic Drive (half day) ............ 8    0

THURSDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Darling Range Tour (whole day) ............ 29    0

(Fare Includes lunch)

9.30    a.m.—Bindoon, Chittering Valley (whole day) ........ 30 0

(Fare includes lunch) (September to December)

9.40    a.m.—Beaches Tour (half day) ................... 8    0

f9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day) (Bus fare only) 12    6

THURSDAY—Continued

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day,) ............ 12 0

2.10 p.m.—Kalamunda, Bickley and Carmel Valleys (half

day) ............................................... 11    0

*2.15 p.m.—Swan River Launch Cruise (half day) ........ 7    6

8 p.m.—City Sights by Night ............................ 6 6

FRIDAY—    s. d.

9.30    a.m.—Mundaring Weir and Forrest National Park

(half day)............................................ 11    0

f9.50 a.m.—Yanchep Park and Caves (whole day) <Bus fare only> 12    6

10.30    a.m.—Kwinana and Rockingham (whole day)    20    0

(Fare includes lunch)

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day) ............ 12 0

*2.15 p.m.—Swan River Launch Cruise (half day) ........ 7    6

2.15 p.m.—Swan River Scenic Drive (half day) ............ 8    0

SATURDAY—

9.30    a.m.—Fairbridge Farm, Pinjarra and Mandurah

(whole day) ........................................ 30    0

(Fare includes lunch)

2 p.m.—Canning Dam and Araluen (half day) ............ 12    0

* Launch cruise departs from Barrack Street Jetty.

t Luncheon can be secured at the Yanchep Inn (Hotel), Gloucester Lodge or McNess Guest House.

FARES AND ITINERARIES ARE SUBJECT TO ALTERATION

AU tours depart promptly and REFUNDS WILL NOT BE MADE to passengers who arrive late

Maps and Publications

The following are on sale at the Western Australian Government Tourist Bureau, 772 Hay Street, Perth:—

MAPS.

Lands Department—

s.

d.

South-West ...........................

.... 5

0

Perth-Geraldton ........................

... 5

0

Perth Street Index ........................

.... 7

6

Rottnest Island ............................

.... 2

0

T.A.A. Map of Australia ........................

.... 3

6

Royal Automobile Maps, per section ................

.... 1

0

OTHER PUBLICATIONS.

“Western Australia”, by Capt. F. Hurley ............

.... 42

0

Floral Cards ........ ............... ••••

4

Fauna of W.A. ............................

"" 4

0

Pocket Year Book of W.A. .... .... .... .... ....

.... 1

0

Perth, Western Australia ....................

ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO ALTERATION

.... 3

0

Accommodation Houses Perth and Suburbs, Fremantle

The tariffs quoted in this leaflet were correct at the time of printing but no responsibility can be accepted by the W.A. Government Tourist Bureau for any variations which may

subsequently occur.

Issued by the—

GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU, 772 HAY STREET, PERTH

(opposite FOY’S) ...    ... Phone BA 2471

Branches are located at—

THE GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU BRANCH OFFICE, VICTORIA QUAY, FREMANTLE

Phone L 3014 or Western Australian Representatives at

! Victorian Government Tourist Bureau, 272 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria

and

28 Martin Place, Sydney, New South Wales

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21

Name.

Phone.

Address.

Inclusive

Daily.

Inclusive

Weekly.

Facilities.

£ s. d.

£ s. d.

Adelphi ............

BA5684

St. George’s Terrace ... ... ... ... ...

* see

below

ABDEF

Australia............

BF 1541

196 Murray Street..................

1 17 0

12 19 0

ADE

Beaufort ............

BA9229

Beaufort Street ..................

1 6 0

8 1 0

ADE

Bohemia ............

BA4605

Murray Street ..................

1 5 0

8 8 0

DEF

Criterion............

BF 1115

556 Hay Street ..................

1 14 0

116 6

ABDE

Esplanade...... .....

BF 1531

The Esplanade ..................

2 19 6

ABDE

|3 7 0

George ...... ......

BA9747

Corner George and Murray Streets .........

1 10 0

9 9 0

ADE

Grosvenor............

BA4620

339 Hay Street ..................

I 1 0

7 3 6

DE

His Majesty’s .........

BA3832

Corner Hay and King Streets ............

1 5 6

8 8 0

ADEF

Imperial ............

BF 2921

Wellington Street..................

1 13 6

ABDE

King Edward .........

B2477

Corner Hay and Pier Streets ............

1 19 0

13 13 0

ADE

Melbourne............

BA2865

Corner Hay and Milligan Streets .........

1 6 6

8 10 0

DEF

Metropole............

B6I65

645 Hay Street ..................

1 5 6

8 8 0

DE

O’Brien’s Court.........

BA426I

50 Beaufort Street ..................

1 7 6

9 12 6

DE

Palace ............

BF 2244

Corner William Street and St. George’s Terrace ...

2 4 0

15 8 0

ABDE

|2 10 0

17 10 0

Rex...............

B63I4

819 Hay Street ..................

1 15 0

II 10 0

ADE

Royal ............

BA4205

Corner William and Wellington Streets ......

1 12 0

10 10 0

DE

Savoy ............

BF 2561

Hay Street.....................

2 2 0

14 0 0

ADE

Shaftesbury .........

BF 1481

Stirling Street ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 16 0

12 12 0

ADEF

United Service .........

BA4567

43 St. George’s Terrace...............

1 5 0

8 0 0

E

Wentworth .........

B27I6

Corner Murray and William Streets .........

1 10 0

9 9 0

ADE

* £2 2s. per day, Bed and Breakfast. Meals “ a la carte.” f With bath.

Name.

Phone.

Address.

Bed and

Breakfast.

Facilities.

Daily.

Weekly.

Cambray ............

B6365

199 St. George’s Terrace...............

£ s. d. 0 12 6

£ s. d. 3 17 6

ADF

Derward ............

B8862

97 Murray Street..................

*0 12 6

4 0 0

DF

Greengate ... .........

U1950

26 Queens Crescent ...............

0 13 6

4 14 6

DF

Learmonth............

BA9009

1199 Hay Street, West Perth ... ..........

0 15 0

4 4 0

DF

Marsden ......... ...

B67I8

17 Ord Street, West Perth ..............

0 12 6

4 4 0

DF

Mia Mia ............

B6096

1 Mount Street ..................

0 10 0

3 0 0

DF

Riverview............

BA4366

32 Mount Street ..................

0 1

0

3 10 0

DF

Victoria House .........

BA3554

175 Goderich Street ... ... ... ... ...

0 1

0

3 5 0

DF

* Full board also available—£1 2s. 6d. daily, £6 15s. weekly

SUBURBAN HOTELS

Name.

Phone.

Address.

Inclusive

Daily.

Inclusive

Weekly.

Facilities.

Albion ............

F202I

Cottesloe .....................

£ s. d. 1 4 0

£ s. d. 8 0 0

DEF

Brighton ... ... ... ...

F2024

Stirling Highway, Cottesloe ............

1 4 0

8 8 0

E

Captain Stirling.........

WM3348

Stirling Highway, Nedlands ............

1 10 0

9 9 0

ADEF

Civic ............

Ui 1 15

Beaufort Street, Inglewood ............

1 0 0

7 0 0

ADE

Claremont............

F2I38

18 Bay View Terrace, Claremont .........

1 1 6

7 1 0

DE

Como ............

MU 1283

Canning Highway, South Perth............

1 9 0

9 9 0

AE

Continental ... ... ...

F2089

Victoria Avenue, Claremont ... .........

1 6 0

8 8 0

DE

Cottesloe............

F2I55

Cottesloe ...... ...............

1 10 0

10 10 0

DE

Highway ............

FI 566

Stirling Highway, Claremont ............

1 16 0

12 12 0

ADE

Hyde Park .........

BA3929

Corner Bulwer and Fitzgerald Streets, North Perth ...

1 3 0

7 10 0

DE

Inglewood............

U1507

803 Beaufort Street ...............

1 5 0

8 8 0

ABEF

Nedlands............

WM1340

Broadway, Nedlands ...... .........

t2 0 0 1 6 0

12 0 0 8 8 0

E

Ocean Beach .........

FI 584

North Cottesloe ..................

1 16 0

12 12 0

ABE

Oxford ............

BJ2I93

Suites ...

368 Oxford Street, Leederville............

1 17 0

1 2 0

13 13 0 7 7 0

EF

Raffles ............

MJ1212

Canning Bridge ..................

1 5 0

8 8 0

E

Rosemount ... ... ...

BA5354

459 Fitzgerald Street, North Perth .........

1 3 0

7 5 6

E

Scarborough .........

BL 1311

Scarborough .....................

1 12 0

10 10 0

ABE

Shenton Park .........

W2I70

Nicholson Road, Subiaco...............

1 1 0

6 10 0

EF

Swanbourne ... ... ...

F3474

Swanbourne .....................

1 1 6

7 7 0

AF

Victoria ............

WI479

226 Hay Street, Subiaco...............

1 1 0

7 7 0

E

Windsor ... ... ... ...

MU 1017

Mends Street, South Perth ............

1 1 0

6 14 6

AE

t With bath.

Name.

Phone.

Address.

1 nclusive Daily.

Inclusive

Weekly.

Facilities.

Australia ... ... ... ...

LI 788

Edward Street ... ... ... ... ... ...

£ s. d. I 5 0

£ s. d. 7 7 0

DEF

Beaconsfield ... ... ...

L27I5

152 Hampton Road, Beaconsfield ... ... ...

0 17 0

5 5 0

EF

Commercial ... ... ...

Li 662

High Street ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

0 19 0

6 2 0

DEF

Federal ............

LI 645

William Street ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 0 0

6 6 0

DEF

Fremantle ... ... ... ...

L2239

18 High Street ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 0 0

6 0 0

DEF

Freemasons ... ... ...

L2220

South Terrace ..................

1 1 0

6 6 0

DEF

Orient ... ... ... ...

L2533

39 High Street ..................

1 7 0

9 9 0

DEF

Park ............

LI 774

56 Parry Street ..................

0 18 6

5 10 0

DEF

P. & O.............

L24I4

High Street ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

0 19 0

6 13 0

DEF

Rose ............

LI 883

Victoria Street, North Fremantle .........

0 18 6

5 17 0

DEF

National ............

LI 786

98 High Street ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 1 6

7 7 0

ED

FACILITIES

A—Hot or cold water in all or most rooms.    B—Rooms with private bath.    D—Children accommodated.

E—Licensed.    F—Bed and breakfast bookings accepted for extended period.

PLEASE NOTE

As accommodation is not easy to obtain, intending visitors should make application for reservations well in advance.

Visitors who desire the W.A. Government Tourist Bureau to assist them, should forward details of the exact date of arrival, anticipated duration of stay, and some indication of the standard of house desired.

The demand is exceptionally heavy during the Spring months of September and October, the Xmas-New Year period, and at Easter.

Tentative bookings cannot be arranged, and a deposit of £1 per person should be forwarded with your request, plus a booking fee of 2s. per person.

in addition to the houses appearing on this list, accommodation can also be arranged at private homes in the near suburbs of Perth, at bed and breakfast tariff only.

Bed and breakfast accommodation is not procurable in hotels for more than one or two nights, except at those houses indicated.

COUNTRY ACCOMMODATION

Whilst every effort has been made to obtain comprehensive and reliable particulars regarding the accommodation facilities at various towns throughout the State, the Government Tourist Bureau accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information given, owing to its liability to amendment from time to time.

ALBANY


BRIDGETOWN

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Albany Hotel ...

31

20

0

6

0

0

Esplanade Hotel ...

93

33

6

II

11

0

Freemasons Hotel ...

8

33

0

II

0

0

London Hotel ...

48

29

0

10

0

0

Premier Hotel ...

54

24

6

8

0

0

Royal George Hotel

13

26

0

9

0

0

Weld Hotel......

15

21

0

7

0

0

White Star Hotel ...

103

25

0

8

8

0

Bay View Guest House

65

14

0

4

4

0

Douglas House ...

3

3

0

B. and

B.

Emu Point Hostel ...

125

19

0

5

15

0

Frenchmans Bay Hostel

17

6

5

5

0

Kia Ora ... ..

12

0

4

4

0

S. and A. M. Lonsdale

10

0

3

5

0

B. and B.

B.

and B.

Middleton Beach

Hostel ... ...

6

0

1

15

0

B and B

B

and

B

Mount Guest House

7

16

0

4

15

0

B and B

B

and

B

Pix Flats ......

1

15

0

Parkville ......

17

6

5

5

0

Roses Tea Rooms ...

96

10

0

3

10

0

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Bridgetown Hotel ...

34

25

6

8

10

0

Freemasons Hotel ...

25

27

0

9

9

0

Scott’s Hotel ...

9

22

6

7

7

0

Terminus Hotel ...

14

17

6

5

15

0

Blackwood Hostel ...

82

II

0

2

15

0

Nelson House ...

41

23

6

7

10

0

Sherbrook House ...

.0

0

3

3

0

BROOKTON

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Bedford Hotel ...

2

21

0

6

6

0

Club Hotel ... ...

29

21

0

6

6

0

ARMADALE

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Ye Old Narrogin Inn Armadale Hotel ...

9

s. d. £ s. d. 27 0 8 18 6 21 6 6 10 0

AUGUSTA

Premises

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Augusta Hotel ... Scott’s Guest House Dingle Dell ... ... Dolphin ... ...

5

7

s. d. £ s. d.

24    0 7 13 0 18 0 6 6 0 20 0 7 0 0

25    0 7 7 0

BEVERLEY

Premises.

Phone No. j TARIFF.

1 Day. Week.

Beverley Hotel ... Freemasons Hotel ...

10

4

s. d. £ s. d. 22 0 7 7 0 22 6 7 0 0

BOULDER

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Albion Hotel ...

93

s. d. 18 0

£ s. d. 5 15 0

Boulder Block ...

17 6

5 15 0

Broken Hill Hotel ...

17 0

5 5 0

Court Hotel ...

138

18 6

5 19 0

Grand Hotel ...

190

17 6

5 15 0

Metropole Hotel ...

17 6

5 15 0

Mt Lyell ......

19 6

6 2 0

Recreation Hotel ...

42

17 0

5 10 0

Tattersall’s Hotel ...

150

17 6

5 15 0

BROOME

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Governor Broome

Hotel ......

20

19

0

6

6

0

Continental Hotel ...

25

20

6

6

12

0

Roebuck Bay Hotel ...

16

0

5

5

0

BUNBURY

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Burlington Hotel ...

75

28

0

9

12

0

Gordon’s Hotel ...

21

25

0

8

0

0

Highway Hotel ...

68

33

0

11

0

0

Parade Hotel ...

93

27

6

8

8

0

Pier Hotel ......

18

0

5

15

0

Prince of Wales Hotel

16

32

0

10

;o

0

Rose Hotel ... ...

7 and 556

31

6

10

10

0

Wellington Hotel ...

67

22

6

7

3

6

Amble House ...

397

20

0

6

6

0

Anne Hathaway Lodge

427

20

0

6

6

0

Central Private Hotel

87

21

0

6

15

0

Coo-i-noo ... ...

16

6

5

5

0

Greengate ... ...

20

0

6

6

0

Koombana House ...

198

23

0

7

0

0

Stirling Lodge ...

23

0

7

7

0

Te-Kianga ... ...

16

0

4

15

0

Forrest House ...

10

0

3

0

0

B and B

B

and

B

Riverside Park (Old

Collie Bridge) Cot-

tages ... ...

from 5 5 0

BUSSELTON


Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Busselton Hotel ...

43

21 6

7 3

6

Commercial Hotel ...

22

27 6

9 9

0

Esplanade Hotel ...

8

27 0

9 9

0

Ship Hotel ......

24

24 0

8 8

0

Vasse Hotel......

31

27 0

9 9

0

Busselton Guest House

9 0

3 0

0

B and B

B and B

Furnished Cottages...

131

From 4 10

0

Glenleigh Cottages ...

207

From 7 0

0

Sunset Cottages ...

From 7 0

0

CARNARVON

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Carnarvon Hotel ...

6

19 0

5 19

0

Gascoyne Hotel ...

53

20 0

7 0

0

Port Hotel......

76

20 0

7 0

0

Sandhurst ......

18 6

5 17

6

COLLIE

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Date.

Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Club Hotel......

79

23 0

7 0

0

Colliefields Hotel ...

52

20 6

6 6

0

Crown Hotel ...

21

27 6

8 15

0

Federal Hotel ...

10

22 0

7 0

0

Premier Hotel ...

7

25 6

8 8

0

Victoria Hotel ...

22 0

7 0

0

DARLINGTON

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Dairy Lodge ...

216

25 0

8 8

0

The Chalet......

... from

25 0

7 7

0

C. Wiide Cottages ...

244

...

3 10

0

DENMARK

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Denmark Hotel ...

24

26 0

9 0

0

Evergreen ......

99

21 0

6 10 0

West Lynn Cottages

... from 3 0

0

DERBY

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ i.

d.

Club Hotel......

20 0

6 6

0

Port Hotel......

20 0

6 6

0

DONGARA

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Dongara Hotel ...

3

22 6

7 9

6

Harvey Hotel Harvey Hostel


Premises.


Phone No.


DONNYBROOK

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Donnybrook Hotel...

7

s. d.

22 0

£ s. d.

7 3 6

Railway Hotel ...

3

24 0

7 18 0

DWELLINGUP

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

State Hotel ... ... ! 6

i

s. d. £ s. d. 25 9 8 0 0

DUNSBOROUGH

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

Cottages

Greenhaven ... ... Greenacre ... ...

2

24

from 4 0 0 from 4 0 0

ESPERANCE

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Esperance Hotel ... Pier Hotel ......

10

19

s. d. £ s. d. 24 0 7 10 0 27 6 8 10 0

GERALDTON

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Freemasons Hotel ...

9

30

0

10

10

0

Geraldton Hotel ...

5

28

0

9

9

0

Great Northern Hotel

177

28

0

9

9

0

Queen’s Hotel ...

61

20

0

6

6

0

Railway Hotel ...

26

28

0

9

9

0

Shamrock Hotel ...

50

22

6

7

3

6

Shepheards Hotel ...

19

34

0

12

0

0

Victoria Hotel ..

67. 68

30

0

10

10

0

Beverley Guest House

8

6

2

19

6

B and B

B

anc

B

Grantown House ...

103

II

0

3

10

0

B and B

B

anc

B

HARVEY

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s. d. £ s. d. 34    25    6    8    8    0

36    14    6    4    5    0

KALAMUNDA

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ t. d

Kalamunda Hotel ...

90

24 0

7 10 6

KALGOORLIE


Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Australia Hotel ...

13

25

6

8

15

0

Commercial Hotel ...

245

22

6

7

3

6

Criterion Hotel ...

271

21

0

6

15

6

Exchange Hotel ...

29

22

0

7

5

0

Federal Hotel ...

426

20

6

6

6

0

Grand Hotel ...

353

24

0

7

10

0

Hannans Hotel ...

576

19

0

6

2

0

Inland City Hotel ...

401

19

0

6

6

0

Kalgoorlie Hotel ...

46

25

0

8

10

0

Oriental Hotel ...

25

0

7

7

0

Palace Hotel ...

78

33

0

10

10

0

Railway Hotel ...

47

28

0

9

9

0

Tower Hotel ...

108

18

0

6

6

0

Victoria Hotel ...

22

6

7

7

0

York Hotel ... ...

337

22

6

7

3

6


KATANNING


Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

s.

d.

£ s.

d.

Federal Hotel

10

26

0

8 0

0

Katanning Hotel

6

28

0

8 15

0

Royal Exchange Hotel

34

24

0

7 12

6

KOJONUP

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s.

d.

£ s.

d.

Commercial Hotel

4

22

6

7 3

6

Royal Hotel ...

23

22

6

7 3

6


MANDURAH


Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Brighton Hotel ...

242

s. d. £ s. d. 23 6 7 10 0

Peninsula Hotel ...

241

22 6 7 3 6

Mandurah House ...

246

16 0 5 0 0

Gilroy Lodge ...

265

15 0 4 10 0

Dairy House......

286

17 6 6 0 0

Joseph Gray ...

12 6 4 4 0

Cottages and Flats— A. M. Fishwick ...

213

On Application

H. D. Gibson ...

230

On Application

L. Hancock ...

209

On Application

Koolyn Flats ...

216

On Application

G. Tuckey......

248

On Application

H. Hawkins ...

231

On Application

The Pines......

260

From 4 10 0

F. Archer......

274

On Application

Leighton Park ...

From 6 6 0

E. O’Donnell ...

From 4 10 0


MANJIMUP

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Manjimup Hotel ...

6

s. d. s. d. 29 0 9 9 0


MARGARET RIVER


Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

Banksia Grove Farm Margaret River Hotel ! Prevelly Park Cottages

36

s. d. £ s. d. 15 0 5 5 0 26 6 9 5 6 From 4 4 0

MOORA

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Commercial Hotel ... Moora Hotel ...

16 1 1

s. d. £ s. d. 22 6 7 3 6 22 6 7 3 6

MT. BARKER

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Mt. Barker Hotel ... Park Hotel ... ...

7

8

s. d. £ s. d. 24 0 7 15 0 23 0 7 7 0

MUNDAR1NG

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week

Mundaring Hotel ... Wirrabarra Lodge ...

6

41

s. d. £ s. d. 22 0 7 3 6 21 0 7 7 0

MUNDARING WEIR

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF

Day. Week.

Goldfields Weir Hotel

2

s. d. £ s. d. 30 0 9 9 0

NANNUP

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

Nannup Hotel ...

1

s. d. £ s. d 22 6 7 2 6


NARROGIN


Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Cornwall Hotel ... Duke of York Hotel Horden Hotel ...

"8

15

s. d. £ s. d. 26 0 8 8 0 26 0 8 8 0 27 0 8 15 0

NORNALUP

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Tinglewood (Deep River)

Swarbrick’s (Walpole) Mrs. Peden, Cottage

Wal. 5D. Wal. 2

s. d. £ s. d. 30 0 9 10 0

Rooms only ... 5 5 0


NORTHAM

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

Avon Bridge Hotel ...

23

21

0

6

6

0

Club Hotel......

74

22

0

7

3

6

Commercial Hotel ...

49

24

6

8

5

0

Grand Hotel ...

24

21

6

6

6

0

Northam Hotel ...

41

22

6

7

10

0

Shamrock Hotel ...

92

22

6

7

10

0

Tattersall’s Hotel ...

103

20

0

6

6

0

Transcontinental Hotel

46

22

6

6

6

0

NORTHAMPTON

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Club Hotel......

7

20 0

6 6

0

Commercial Hotel ...

14

21 0

6 II

0

Railway Hotel ...

5

15 6

5 0

0

PARKERVILLE

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Hotel Parkerville ...

7

20 0

6 6

0

PEMBERTON

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ *.

d.

Pemberton Hotel ...

17

25 6

8 8

0

Karriholm Lodge ...

36

25 0

7 15

0

PINGELLY

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

£ s.

d.

Exchange Hotel ...

8

22 0

7 0

0

Pingelly Hotel ...

21 0

7 3

6

PINJARRA

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week

Exchange Hotel ...

s.

d.

£

s.

d.

9

19

0

5

18

0

Premier Hotel ...

24

0

8

0

0

PORONGORUPS and STIRLING RANGES

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week

s. d.

d.

Karri Bank Guest

21 0

6 10

0

House

PORT HEDLAND

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Esplanade Hotel ...

s. d. 20 0

£ s. d. 6 6 0

Pier Hotel ......

20 0

6 6 0

QUINDANNING

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day.

Week.

s. d.

Quindanning Hotel ...

5

24 6

7 10 6

RAVENSWOOD

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Ravenswood Hotel ...

Pinjarra 19

s. d. £ s. d. 24 0 7 13 0

ROCKINGHAM

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Hotel Rockingham ... Delbrae Guest House (Safety Bay)

21

SB II

s. d. £ s. d. 22 6 7 3 6 18 0 6 6 0

ROLEYSTONE

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

Chalet (Araluen) ... Croydon Court ...

Armadale

54D

Roleystone

4

s. d. £ s. d. 21 0 6 0 C

21 0 6 6 0

ROTTNEST ISLAND

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Rottnest Hostel ... Cottages, Flats, Bungalows and Camps Rottnest Hotel ...

Rottnest 19 Rottnest 18

Rottnest 2

s. d. £ s. d. 28 6 9 0 0 Rentals range from £2 to £10 10 0. 40 0 12 12 0

TOODYAY

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Freemasons Hotel ... Newcastle Hotel ... Victoria Hotel ... Key Farm ... ...

1

50

6

s. d. £ s. d.

18    0 5 10 0

19    0 5 19 0

20    0 6 0 0 20 0 7 0 0

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Williams Hotel ...

1

s. d. £ s. d. 18 0 5 15 0

W1TTENOOM GORGE

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF.

Day. Week.

Wittenoom Gorge Hotel

s. d. £ s. d. 27 6 9 5 0

WONGAN HILLS

Premises

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

State Hotel......

| s. d. £ s. d. 21 25 9 8 0 0

|


WEST MURRAY

(See Yunderup)

WILLIAMS

YALLINGUP

Premises. j Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Caves House ...

Bungalow ......

Cottages ......

5 ' {

3

s. d. £ s. d. 31 6 10 10 0 29 6 9 15 0 From 6 6 0

YANCHEP

Premises.

i

Phone No. I TARIFF.

1 Day. Week.

Yanchep Inn ... Gloucester Lodge ... McNess Guest House

Wanneru 6 Wanneru 5 Wanneru 2

s. d. £ s. d. 32 6 9 15 0 25 0 7 15 0 21 0 6 6 0

YORK

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Castle Hotel......

Imperial Hotel ... Palace Hotel ... Royal Hotel ... ...

7

21

42

9

s. d. £ s. d. 24 0 7 18 0 22 6 7 0 0 24 0 7 18 0 21 6 7 0 0

YUNDERUP

WYNDHAM

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF

Day. Week.

Bruntons Hotel ...

s. d. 23 6

£ s. d. 7 7 0

Wyndham Hotel ...

25 0

7 10 0

Premises.

Phone No.

TARIFF. Day. Week.

Corndevon ... ...

7

s. d. £ s. d. 12 0 3 3 0

Furnished Cottages— J. E. Tatham ...

2

On application

W. Matthei ...

1

On application

L. W. Lake ...

6

On application

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Telegraphic Address: “Westburo,” Perth

Or Western Australian Representative at

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and

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and

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS — 1954-55

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW ............... 2nd-7th October, 1954

WILDFLOWER SHOW ........

NATIONAL FLOWER DAY QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY ........


Last Thursday in September each year

............-Xth September, 1954

........................ 15th November, 1954

W.A. TURF CLUB.

Races conducted every Saturday and Public Holiday throughout the year. W.A. Derby, Railway Stakes and Perth Cup Christmas-New Year, 1954-1955.

KALGOORLIE RACING ROUND

August/September, 1954

W.A. TROTTING ASSOCIATION.

Meetings held at Gloucester Park on Saturday nights and main public holidays. W.A. Trotting Cup—1st January, 1955.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEETING.

Late October.

W.A. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE (Australian Rules).

Finals late September and early October.

Grand final October, 1954.

W.A. LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION.

City of Perth Championships—Christmas New Year Period. State Championships—Easter.

Spring Championships—mid October.

AUSTRALIA DAY REGATTA ............................ 31st January, 1955

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