Wireless Hill Museum
Museum in a former wireless station with regular exhibitions, educational talks & kids’ activities. Wireless Hill Museum is situated within Wireless Hill Park in Ardross and hosts regular curated exhibitions, educational talks and Museum Learning Programs. The museum building is located within the old engine room of the original Wireless Station established in 1912. The Wireless Station was one of Australia’s first links with radio technology, used for telecommunications during World War One and World War Two. Using Morse Code, the Station communicated with ships off the Australian coast using a mast that was 120 metres tall. The museum opened in 1979 and began as a repository of telecommunications related equipment, it currently exists to tell the story of the history of communications in WA as well as host regular curated museum and art exhibitions.