List of State Register of Heritage Places in the City of Belmont

The State Register of Heritage Places is maintained by the Heritage Council of Western Australia. As of 2021, 111 places are heritage-listed in the City of Belmont,[1] of which seven are on the State Register of Heritage Places.[2]

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ListEdit

The Western Australian State Register of Heritage Places, as of 2021, lists the following seven state registered places within the City of Belmont:

Place name Place # Location Suburb or town Co-ordinates Built State
registered
Notes Photo
Old Bristile Kilns 868 80 Grandstand Road Ascot 31°56′21″S 115°55′20″E / 31.93917°S 115.92222°E / -31.93917; 115.92222 (Old Bristile Kilns) 3 July 1992 1920
  • Also referred to as Bristile Kilns (former), Belmont, Kilns and Chimney Stacks and Old Bristile Kilns (Beehive Kilns)
  • Includes five brick chimneys
Invercloy Park 25910 11A Wedderburn Place Ascot 31°55′34″S 115°57′03″E / 31.92611°S 115.95083°E / -31.92611; 115.95083 (Invercloy Park)
  • Part of Nulsen Haven Precinct (140)
Nulsen Haven 140 4 Wedderburn Place Ascot 31°55′33″S 115°57′01″E / 31.92583°S 115.95028°E / -31.92583; 115.95028 (Nulsen Haven) 1904 29 November 1996
Garratt Road Bridge 11342 Garratt Road Swan River, between Bayswater and Ascot 31°55′57″S 115°54′59″E / 31.93250°S 115.91639°E / -31.93250; 115.91639 (Garratt Road Bridge) 1935 23 March 2010
  • Also referred to as MRWA 950 and Garratt Road Bridges Upstream (1935) and Downstream (1972)
  • Consists of two adjacent bridges with the upstream one constructed in 1935 and the downstream one in 1972
  • The longest extant timber road bridge in Western Australia
  • Connecting the City of Belmont to the City of Bayswater
 
RAAF Headquarters Bunker (former) 16785 81-91 Leake Street Belmont 31°56′30″S 115°56′14″E / 31.94167°S 115.93722°E / -31.94167; 115.93722 (RAAF Headquarters Bunker) 1943 28 February 2006
  • Also referred to as Belmont SES Bunker
  • A partially subterranean two storey concrete building, constructed by the Allied Works Council
Tampina 3123 517 Great Eastern Highway Redcliffe 31°55′33″S 115°57′12″E / 31.92583°S 115.95333°E / -31.92583; 115.95333 (Tampina) 1906 23 November 2001
Hill 60 4490 16 Tanunda Drive Rivervale 31°57′09″S 115°54′45″E / 31.95250°S 115.91250°E / -31.95250; 115.91250 (Hill 60) 1902 11 December 1998

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "City of Belmont Heritage Places". inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au. Heritage Council of Western Australia. Retrieved 23 February 2021.
  2. ^ "City of Belmont State Register of Heritage Places". inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au. Heritage Council of Western Australia. Retrieved 23 February 2021.