Forrest Park Croquet Club


66 Harold Street, Mount Lawley, WA  6050

 

Email: forrestpark@hotmail.com


http://forrestpark.com.au/

Clubrooms with kitchen available for Weddings, Parties and Corporate Functions

Learn to play croquet, new members welcome. Email jefferypowles@gmail.com

Hours  

 


For more Information please visit: http://www.forrestpark.com.au

St Patrick’s Anglican Church

Anglican Church

St Patrick’s Anglican Church, Mount Lawley

Corner of Beaufort Street & First Avenue

Fr Stephen Conway (Parish Priest): 0478 514 516

Parish Office 08 9271 4516

65 First Avenue, Mt Lawley WA 6050

Email: stpatrick@iinet.net.au

Website: http://mtlawleyanglican.com/

St Patrick’s Anglican Church is located on the corner of Beaufort St & First Ave in Mount Lawley. 

We worship weekly according to the prayer book, read the Scriptures and hear them taught, say the Psalms, pray for the world and the church, celebrate Holy Communion, and sing hymns accompanied by our magnificent pipe organ.  We would love you to join with us on Sunday mornings at 10:15am.

Throughout the week a number of community groups utilise our buildings and grounds – everything from Tae Kwon Do to knitting!  There are a wide range of facilities that we would love our local community to utilise – so please feel free to stop past and have a look!”

 

City of Stirling


Contact Us

25 Cedric Street Stirling WA 6021

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday; 8:30am – 5:00pm

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History

Mount Lawley was named in honour of Sir Arthur Lawley, the Governor of Western Australia from May 1901 to August 1902. Mount Lawley was built on land surveyed between 1833 and 1839 and granted to William Layton and John Gregory. The area became renowned as a stopping place for travellers in the 1830s, when Gregory established the Pineapple Inn.

Subdivision of Mount Lawley began in 1892 by the Sydney and Perth Land Building and Investment Company. John Robinson and Samuel Copley acquired land in 1900, which was later developed as the Mount Lawley Estate. The area attracted wealthy business people and high-ranking public servants, with houses built to a high standard. Amenities such as churches and colleges were also provided in order to cater for the local population.

Residential development

Mount Lawley is largely characterised by Federation and Colonial style dwellings with isolated examples of English vernacular revival, art-deco and Californian bungalow styles.

The majority of houses are single detached dwellings on large lots. There are also some group and multiple unit developments dispersed throughout the suburb, particularly around Beaufort Street.

Many of the older character homes are of heritage value, and have been renovated and preserved. The majority of homes in Mt Lawley are of brick and tile construction.

Community development

Most retail development in Mount Lawley is situated on Beaufort Street, centering on the Walcott Street intersection. There are also several small local shops dispersed throughout the suburb to satisfy local daily needs.

Recreation opportunities are provided by a number of small local parks and Inglewood Oval. Hamer Park offers facilities for lawn bowls and the park adjoining the Memorial Gardens contains tennis courts and another green for lawn bowls.

Mount Lawley hosts a wide range of education facilities. The area contains a campus of Edith Cowan University  as well as the WA Academy of Performing Arts and the WA Conservatorium of Music. Mount Lawley Senior High School provides public secondary education and Perth College is a private school for girls. A TAFE campus is situated immediately south of the boundary of the City of Stirling and Mercy Hospital is located near the Swan River.

Significant landmarks

Astor Theatre situated on the corner of Beaufort Street and Walcott Street is one of the suburb’s significant landmarks. The Astor, built in 1911 and renovated in the popular art-deco style in 1939, is listed both on the City of Stirling Municipal Inventory and the State Register of Heritage Places

Beaucott Building situated across the street from Astor Theatre was constructed in 1938 and is also listed on the City of Stirling Municipal Inventory. It is an important representative building from the second period of development of Beaufort Street with aesthetic significance and important townscape value.

St Alban’s Anglican Church


Contact Us

423 Beaufort St, Highgate
Tel. 08 9328 8071

www.stalbans.org.au

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“That ivy covered church where everyone wants to get married”

St Alban’s is…

  • “Friendly people, acceptance, love, plus genuine worship and clear Bible teaching on the Lordship of Jesus”
  • “(Somewhere where I) gained strength through the prayers and support of the wonderful congregation”
  • “That ivy covered church where everyone wants to get married”
  • “The place with the soup kitchen advertised each week.”

Everyone is welcome

Come and join us at our weekly meeting at 9.30am on Sunday mornings. The service includes activities for children in the Children’s Church. We also have an informal Bible Study over coffee at 5.00pm on Sunday evenings.

Or drop in on a Friday morning between 10.00am and 1.00pm. The historic building is open to anyone who would like to have a look around, or perhaps find a quiet place to think and pray.

 

Youth Affairs Council of WA


Contact Us

15 Money Street Perth 6000
T: (08) 9227 5440
T: 1800 670 231
F: (08) 9328 7446
E: yacwa@yacwa.org.au

Facebook: www.facebook.com/yacwa
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The Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (YACWA) is the peak non-government youth organisation in Western Australia. We operate primarily as a human rights organisation that seeks to address the exclusion of young people in a rapidly changing society.

Our vision for Western Australia is one that celebrates and engages young people in all aspects of the community. Our role is to strengthen the trust, cooperation, collaboration; professionalism and voice of the non-government youth service sector to better serve the young people of Western Australia.

YACWA aims to provide a united, independent and active advocate for the non-government youth sector and young people that is both supported and respected by the sector and the wider community. Focusing on young people’s varied needs at local, State and Federal Government level, YACWA works to engender and enhance positive community attitudes towards young people.

YACWA provides a voice and acts as a role model for the definition and demonstration of youth participation. Our work is governed by four guiding principles of respect, equity, integrity and the celebration of diversity.