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The Bell Tower

Barrack Square, Swan River Foreshore | Corner Riverside Drive & Barrack Street, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia
+61 8 6210 0444
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Twelve of the 18 bells in this tower came from London's St.-Martin-in-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square as a Bicentenary gift to the people of Western Australia in 1988. Originally cast in the 13th century and recast in the 16th and 18th centuries, they were rung at the homecoming of James Cook after his voyage of discovery in 1771, after the Battle of El Alamein in 1942 and at the coronation of every British monach since George II in 1727.
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Barrack Square, Swan River Foreshore | Corner Riverside Drive & Barrack Street, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Bell Tower is situated just right at the dock beside Elizabeth Quay. The tower itself certainly has a rather interesting architecture, and it seems they could hold some exhibitions within the tower, though I didn't venture in. There are a few restaurants and bars...More

Thank aurfei
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Good to visit. But over rated to pay for internal tour. Good to hear when bells are chiming and the bell ropes are pulled by so called volunteers. I wonder where all the money goes that they collect from tourists?

Thank allan f
Reviewed 6 days ago

Its a nice monument which looks particularly well in the night time with shining lights, its within free transit zone so thats a plus

Thank godspeed4476
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Bell Tower is located at the bottom end of Barrack Street at Elizabeth Key. The Tower contains a collection of some of Australias oldest and rarest bells. If you wish you can ring some bells or just look at the bells on display. There...More

Thank Damian S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were not going to visit but on our last day decided to go. We did the tour which included ringing the bells. The tour was a little pricey but ok. Our guide was very knowledgeable too. The views were pretty great the only thing...More

Thank Thedudley619
Reviewed 1 week ago

The surrounding view that makes this place busy but the nearby construction site that will make your photos not perfect. Near to Elizabeth Quay and the riverbank of Perth.

Thank Hariati A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This has been a building much discussed since it was built. Aside from budget constraints, no ideas if size was constrained for engineering or sound engineering. Otherwise it could have been an amzing function centre for weddings and conference meeting venue if it was constructed...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

average bells, but you can go up and see the city and the river. its close to Elizabeth quay so pop over to see the tower i guess.

Thank thd007
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nothing much about the Bell Tower, but the surroundings are great -- nice beach scenery, cafes and bars around. We spent almost one day hanging around here. Feel good!

Thank James L
Reviewed 1 week ago

I'm really sorry to say that this was a very disappointing attraction. $9 to travel up 6 floors to see... What? Buildings getting built. The missus decided to pay the extra $9 ($18!) to pull on a bell that she couldn't see form5 secs. If...More

Thank Simon B
Belltower1, Manager at The Bell Tower, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Hi Simon. We are sorry to hear you and your partner did not enjoy the Bell Tower. The Tower houses 14th century bells from Trafalgar Square, London and this information is at the reception desk which should of been available to you so you knew...More

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Nola C
Cost for pensioners and do we need to book. Thanks
12 October 2015|
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Response from Belltower1 | Property representative |
Current cost for pensioners/concession card holders is $9
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Nola C
How much for pensioners to visit and what time do the bells ring, do we have to book .thanks .
12 October 2015|
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Response from Belltower1 | Property representative |
Hi Nola Cost for pensioners is $9 the bell ringing times vary each day but usually ring at lunch time Monday 12-1pm Wednesday (demonstration for public to join in) 11.30-12.30pm Thursday 12-1pm Friday (demonstration for... More
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