A vibrant cultural destination in Perth’s historic heart.
The State Buildings are located in the heart of Perth’s CBD as three interconnecting iconic heritage buildings. Over their 140-year history, the Old Treasury, Lands and Titles buildings have been used as a Post Office, Public Offices, a Police cellblock, Treasury, and office of the Premier and Cabinet.
Reimagined and revitalised, the State Buildings were returned to the people of Perth in 2015 as a vibrant hub of retail shopping, dining, bars and luxury accommodation, housing COMO The Treasury. An elegant Perth hotel, COMO The Treasury occupies the 19th-century State Buildings, featuring a Victorian-era façade coupled with COMO’s contemporary interior style.
Dining options include rooftop Wildflower restaurant, Post, Petition and Long Chim with Cape Arid Rooms and Pooles Temple providing an elegant space for drinks. COMO Shambhala Urban Escape offers holistic therapies, while the carefully curated retail collective includes a florist, chocolatier, coffee shop and many more.
At the heart of the State Buildings stands the Postal Hall, a marker of passion, tenacity and curiosity, giving the people of Perth a reason to celebrate their history and importantly, Western Australia’s bright future. The State Buildings inhabit Perth’s geographical centre – known as “point zero”, from where all road distances in WA are measured – and are bordered by Barrack St, St Georges Tce, Cathedral Ave and Hay St.