Heathcote Cultural Precinct
Heathcote Cultural Precinct is a heritage-listed site with a rich history and a variety of current cultural uses.
The precinct features a contemporary art gallery, museum, artist studios, workshop spaces and stunning venues for hire, as well as a world class restaurant, and one of the most popular award-winning childrens playgrounds in the metropolitan area.
What's Your Vision?
The Heathcote Vision and Place Plan document has now been released. This Vision Plan is intended to become a key document in guiding and developing future activities, events, uses and leases on site.
Heathcote Museum and Gallery
This innovative contemporary art gallery hosts regular exhibitions from local artists, a museum detailing the history of the site as the former Heathcote Mental Reception Home, and the Heathcote Studio Door shop stocking locally designed and handmade items.
Heathcote Artist Studios
We now have thirteen local creatives working in artist studios on site. Artists include:
Admin Building -
- Tiffany & Migara Ramanayake
- Erin Madeley
- Sarah Pearn
- Marina Saker
- Susan Radaich
- Artist in Residence (changing)
Kitchen Building -
- Robyn Laycock
- Fiona Buchanan
- Lauren Gavriel
- Olivia Jones
- Ross Potter
- Creative Mentoring
Venues are available for hire within a range of historic buildings nestled among manicured gardens with picturesque surrounds and Swan River views.
The site is home to an award winning children's adventure playground, barbeque facilities and public toilets (wheelchair accessible). Extensive parking is available and includes Acrod bays, delivery and bus zones.
Restaurant and Kiosk
For enquiries about restaurant bookings, functions & weddings, or the kiosk, contact BWG Steakhouse on 9315 7700.