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There are a lot of shops in London Court but I would not recommend anyone to buy anything from there as there are a lot of fake goods and the shop keepers there like to cheat people. Always asks for a receipt or docket especially...More
Stumbled on to this by chance, great place to take a walk, refreshingly different form a normal shopping mall. It has a distinctive mock-Tudor/Elizabethan façade and architectural features and runs from Hay St Mall to St Georges Terraces.
I’m sure I’m not the first to make that comparison but the similarities are striking. This is, of course, nothing like London but it’s open tweeness is quite endearing and the vintage map/art shop at one end is a great place to shop.
London Court might be a bit twee and touristy but if you are a visitor to Perth it is definitely worth a look. The arcade dates from 1937 and is built in a mock-Tudor style, with half-timbered facades, ornate archways and a pretend castle with...More
This really feels like England and you will do a double take if you find yourself here by chance. The area is made to look like historic London and the facade certainly feels like a different place. The shops are quite touristy but it is...More
The building makes you feel like you have made a wrong turn and arrived in London. There are cute shops with clothing, jewelry, and souvineers, coffee places, a barber, etc. to my artistic eye it was a place to sketch.
London Court is what the English describe as a Folly, that is, a peculiar building mainly intended to give pleasure to its builder. Sir Claude Albo Debenales was the richest man in Western Australia (WA), he did much for WA in the Depression of the...More
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No charge, in fact the tourist sheep should be paid to enter, after all, the money shearing experience is almost painless.....!. A useful short cut between St. George's Terrace and Hay Street if you can keep your eyes off... More
No charge, in fact the tourist sheep should be paid to enter, after all, the money shearing experience is almost painless.....!. A useful short cut between St. George's Terrace and Hay Street if you can keep your eyes off the tacky and expensive "Tourist "shops.