Hackett Hall: WA Museum Boola Bardip

James Street Mall, Perth / Yandilup

The WA Museum Boola Bardip has become Perth’s new stand-out building. Conceived and designed by the international architectural consortium of Hassell + OMA, its clean lines and dramatic spaces both promise, and deliver, exciting experiences.

Just as impressive is the integration of five of Perth’s most extraordinary heritage buildings, all of which are ingeniously wrapped into the overall design, with seamless connections between them and the new buildings. The venue consists of 6 function spaces available for hire, which include the circulation foyers connecting the galleries, Hackett Hall where Otto the Blue Whale lives, the Learning Studios and the City Room.


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No smoking within the venue.


There are two City of Perth Parking complexes located within a short distance of the WA Museum with accessible parking:

City Of Perth Parking Cultural Centre
Enter from Roe Street 315 bays, 5 ACROD and 5 motorcycle bays
Open 6.30am-midnight

City Of Perth Parking State Library
Enter from 15 Francis Street
567 bays, 7 ACROD and 8 motorcycle bays
Open 6am-midnight


WA Museum is located a few minutes walk from the Wellington Street Train Station and Wellington Street Bus Port. As two major public transport hubs in Perth's CBD, there are a range of busses and trains servicing this area.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13

Transperth Website: transperth.wa.gov.au



A large lift is located in the entry foyer to Hackett Hall and accessible toilets are available on each floor of the museum


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