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.
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.
Heritage Tours – Discover the State Building
April 5 to April 27 2023
Celebrate Heritage Weekend with a guided tour of the State Buildings.