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In this article from The West Australian in 1937, the arrival of two clocks destined for London Court in Perth, Western Australia is announced. They were delivered to Fremantle by Mr H. Hope-Jones, managing director and founder of the Synchronome…

Images of St George Dry Cleaners at the St Georges Terrace end of Trinity Arcade in the Perth CBD. The wall of the premises features a humorous cartoon representation of St George in armour and carrying a shield mounted on his horse attacking a fire…

Image of St George Dry Cleaners at the St Georges Terrace end of Trinity Arcade in the Perth CBD. The wall of the premises features a humorous cartoon representation of St George in armour and carrying a shield mounted on his horse attacking a fire…

Images of the St George woodcarved statue in St George’s Cathedral, Western Australia. The statue was purchased from Oberammergau in 1970. Oberammergau is a town in Bavaria known for its woodcarvers and, perhaps more famously, it’s…

Images of the St George woodcarved statue in St George’s Cathedral, Western Australia. The statue was purchased from Oberammergau in 1970. Oberammergau is a town in Bavaria known for its woodcarvers and, perhaps more famously, it’s…

An image depicting men and women of the Welsh Saint David's Society of Brisbane, gathered around the Society's banner, which depicts a dragon. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY: The Saint David’s Welsh Society was founded on 16th April 1918 with…

Image of the jarrah nave altar at St George’s Cathedral in Perth, Western Australia. The altar features a hand-carved knight and dragon against a St George shield to portray the St George legend. It was carved by Robin McArthur and installed in…

Image of the sculpture Ascalon in front of St George’s Cathedral, Perth. The work was created by Marcus Canning and Christian de Vietri and unveiled in 2011. Ascalon is the name of the lance used by St George to slay the dragon in many medieval…