Boasting some of the finest acoustics on the western seaboard, the 1,729-seat Perth Concert Hall has hosted the Chicago and London Symphony Orchestras, and is home to the Western Australia Symphony Orchestra. The structure itself is looming and monolithic, built in the brutalist tradition.
It might be known as the city's go-to classical music destination, but it's not just focused on the classics – contemporary blues and jazz greats have also graced its stages, including BB King, Ray Charles, Nina Simone and Michael Bublé.
if you want to get the inside scoop, take a backstage tour. For a gold coin donation, you'll be led through the hallowed halls and dressing rooms that performers have primped, preened and nervously paced around in. Each tour runs for 45 minutes, and you'll be in safe hands under the guidance of the knowledgeable Concert Hall staff.