Salvation Army Congress Hall, Perth

Perth, Australia

Salvation Army Congress Hall, Perth

The Salvation Army Congress Hall is a heritage-listed building in Perth, Western Australia, built for and initially occupied by the Salvation Army. Located at 69 Murray Street, it was built in 1929–30 in the Inter-War Georgian architectural style. The foundation stone was laid on 3 August 1929 by the governor, Sir William Campion.


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