The Barracks Arch is located on the corner of Malcolm and Elder Streets, at the western end of St Georges Terrace in Perth, Western Australia.
Designed by Richard Roach Jewell, the Barracks were originally built from 1863 to 1866 to house the Enrolled Pensioner Force. The Enrolled Pensioner Force came to Australia as guards on convict ships, and were given small land grants in return for part-time guard work. The bulk of convict work moved from Fremantle to Perth in the 1860s, so there was a need to accommodate many Enrolled Pensioners and their families.
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Phychohiran Rox | Nov 26, 2017
Best way is to hop on a cat (Free Inter City Transport Service)
Sophie de Peretti | Nov 26, 2017
Nice hit of history of perth and it's beginnings.nice view on st George's terrace
CommanderKeef | Apr 4, 2017
This isn't just an arch you noobs its 100 years old
darryl meyers | Nov 27, 2017
very old building
David Tito | Apr 20, 2017
Nice Perth icon at night
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