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Eastern fašade of the building

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Parliament House eastern facade

The eastern façade, or main entrance, faces the Perth CBD and overlooks the Mitchell Freeway. This part of the building is known as the ‘1964’ extension. In 1962, construction commenced on the completion of the 1902 plans, with a modernist 1960s façade. A budget of £140,000 as provided for this extension. The new extension was opened on Monday, 23 March 1964 by the then Governor, Major‐General Sir Douglas Kendrew.

More about Parliament House: Factsheet 37: History of Parliament House

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