Public Buildings and Spaces continued

Religious buildings

Industrial buildings

Educational buildings

Public facilities


Public libraries

Theatres and cinemas

Transport buildings


Sports facilities

In the first half of the twentieth century hospitals constructed in Western Australia followed the colonial style with wide verandahs on single storey constructions. This is evident in the Woorooloo Sanitarium, built in the first decade of the century. 
More decorative influences can be seen in recent hospital developments.  


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