Heritage tourism product

A business or product that provides a heritage tourism experience and provides visitors with access to and/or interpretation of a heritage place.

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Precinct

The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Precinct is a significant State asset incorporating a first-class lighthouse, three keeper's cottages, amenity buildings and is on the State and National Heritage Registers.

The significant restoration project has increased the precinct's appeal and significance as a historic asset and heritage tourism product for Western Australia. The site continues to deliver significant economic and social benefits to the community. The work has ensured the precincts sustainability, relevance and appeal into the future.

Cheynes IV at Albany's Historic Whaling Station

Albany's Historic Whaling Station was the last operating whaling station in Australia and is one of the few whaling museums in the world developed from an intact whale processing factory. Forty years on, visitors explore every corner of this state heritage listed site and are immersed in the sights and sounds of the whaling industry. Memories are brought to life on-board the Cheynes IV whale chaser, and in reimagined educational movie theatres inside old whale oil tanks. Experienced and passionate tour guides share authentic whaling stories weaving through the unique museum and themed exhibition galleries creating a truly unforgettable visit. 

Imperial Homestead York

The Imperial Homestead is a 133-year-old heritage listed building that stood empty and neglected for four years prior to being purchased by a group of local farmers with the goal of restoring the two-storey building to its former glory. 

Since re-opening, the Imperial Hotel has helped to revitalise the historic tourist town of York serving as a base from which guests can explore and connect with the history of the region and visit the many heritage attractions, activities and events that the Avon Valley and Wheatbelt regions have to offer.

TIDES: Swan River Stories

The City of Perth presented TIDES: Swan River Stories, a fascinating exploration of the Derbarl Yerrigan Swan River and the sites around it from the Nyoongar Dreamtime through colonial settlement to the present day.

The Derbarl Yerrigan Swan River winds through Perth’s past, present and future as a different experience for all the people who live, work or play around it. This wide ranging and thought-provoking free exhibition was based on the City of Perth Cultural Collections.

Page last reviewed 18 June 2020
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