The Old Mill in South Perth is one of Perth’s best known landmarks. Built in 1835 and operating until 1859, the mill produced 680kg of flour per day at its peak. Since ceasing production, the mill has been used as a hotel, a residence, a wine saloon and a poultry farm.
In 1992, the Old Mill was granted to the City of South Perth to commemorate the centenary of the founding of Local Government in South Perth (1892). The stone buildings and site were repaired and upgraded and were then vested in the National Trust.
Take a guided tour
Guided tours of the Old Mill are available to the public four days a week from Tuesday to Friday. The Old Mill caters to groups of up to 70 people. Bookings are recommended. Cost is free but a donation is appreciated.
Volunteer at the Old Mill
Weekend opening is operated by a dedicated group of volunteers. If you are able to assist once a month for three hours, please contact the City via firstname.lastname@example.org
Hire the Old Mill
The Old Mill and its grounds are available for hire for functions or wedding photo shoots.