InfoisInfo Australia

The Brass Lounge Bar & Balcony
Restaurant in Perth
Show phone number
Remember you found this company at Infoisinfo 8-9227959?


Cnr James 7 William St. Perth. Perth, WA, 6000.
Show map

Are you the owner or manager of this company?

What you should know about The Brass Lounge Bar & Balcony

Shop in Perth, Bar in Perth, Bottles in Perth, Pub in Perth

Brass Monkey is a threestorey hotel and restaurant premises with a part basement, constructed of brick and stucco with an iron roof, designed in the Federation Filigree style. Behind the FremantleGuildford railway was completed in 1881, there was a shift in focus from the port on the Swan River to the areas in the vicinity of the Perth Railway Station and rail facilities, with continued development throughout the 1880s. In the 1890s, latter the discovery of gold, the population of Western Australia tripled in less than six years. The influx of population and the buoyancy of the economy resulted in a building boom. Much of the building activity in the City of Perth centered on the areas in proximity to the Perth Railway Station, with intensive redevelopment along the north south axis between William and Barrack Streets. Davies, widow, and the unoccupied ground had an annual value of 25. In that year, she commissioned Michael Cavanagh to design a three deposit hotel for the site. The selection of the strategic site at the intersection of James and William Streets for the three store hotel reflected a normal practice in the Victorian and Federation periods. A number of other hotels constructed in Perth in the slow nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were similarly located, including the Palace Hotel, the Royal Hotel and the Melbourne Hotel. Designed by Michael Cavanagh, Architect, the three deposit brick, stucco and iron roof hotel, comprised public rooms at ground level, with a little cellar beneath, and with accommodation for guests and for the publican and staff on the two upper levels. It was one of the most lavish hotels constructed in Perth in the Gold Boom period. A photograph taken soon after its completion in 1896, shows the fine cast iron filigree work of the balconies at the first and second stores, the verandas on the south and east sides at ground level, and the quality brickwork of the exterior. The name Immense Western Hotel’ appears on the fascia above the corner entrance, on the tower under the dome, and on the north facade at the second floor. This venue is committed to conducting all aspects of alcohol gaming service in a professional and responsible manner as well as actively supporting the promotion and encouragement of responsible gambling. WARNING Lower the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offense: to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.

Social media

Photos and videos

This business has no pictures or videos

Reviews of The Brass Lounge Bar & Balcony (0)

Do you own a business?
We help you grow it

Get more clients, visibility and branding.
Let us help you achieve your targets and improve your business.

Add your company