Rotary Wishing WellView venue slideshow

Opened 2 October 1949, the Rotary Wishing Well features intricate wrought iron scrolls with a lovely bell as centrepiece. Situated in the major tourist precinct along Fraser Avenue, it enjoys spectacular views of the City and Swan River.

The Rotary Wishing Well offers wedding couples a picture perfect setting, especially when the garden beds are in full bloom and alive with colour.

Suited to
Weddings, film and photography
Capacity
30 people
Parking
Wadjuk Carpark
Access
Short walk from Wadjuk Carpark
Services
Public transport bus stop close by in Wadjuk Carpark
Toilets
Short walk across Fraser Avenue to major tourist precinct
Power
Not Available
Shelter
Not Available
Seating
Not available
Refreshments
Across Fraser Avenue to major tourist precinct
Barbecues
Not available
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Fraser Avenue Precinct
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Tags: Function type: Weddings,Film and photography
Park precinct area: Fraser Avenue Precinct
Venue capacity: Under 50
Venue amenities: Easy access, Food outlet nearby

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