The Old Mill, located on Mill Point, 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 then the site has been a hotel, residence, wine saloon and poultry farm.
In 1992, it was granted to the City of South Perth to commemorate the centenary of the founding of Local Government in South Perth in 1892. The stone buildings and site were repaired and upgraded and were vested in the National Trust.
The Old Mill is open to the public and has guided tours four days a week. For more information, contact the Old Mill on 9367 5788.
Tuesday – Friday 10am–4pm
Saturday and Sunday 1pm–4pm
Fees & Charges
Details of the applicable fees and charges may be obtained by downloading the 2016-2017 Fees and Charges Schedule. If you are having trouble accessing the document, please contact the City at email@example.com or 9474 0777.