Covid-19 Updates

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In an effort to keep all our staff and visitors safe, The Bell Tower has implemented some changes to how we run.

Mask Requirements
From Friday 29 April 2022, masks will no longer be mandatory for inside spaces as per WA State Government measurements. You may still wish to wear a mask while visiting if you choose.

Contact Tracing & Checking In
As of 14 April 2022, visitors to The Bell Tower will no longer be required to check in via the SafeWA QR code or via paper register.

Vaccination Requirements
From Friday 29 April 2022, proof of vaccination will no longer be required upon entry to The Bell Tower.

Increased Cleaning & Sanitation
Our staff are working hard ensuring that all surfaces and frequent touch points are disinfected multiple times throughout the day.
Our bell-ringing chamber is cleaned and sanitised before each tour, including the ropes, and chairs.
We encourage patrons to utilise the hand sanitiser provided throughout the building.

Tours
Our interactive Bell Tower Experience Tours can now run at full capacity, but with a limited schedule (see booking page for available times). All participants should maintain proper hand hygiene inside the ringing chamber.

School and group bookings are still going ahead, with a maximum of 30 participants in the ringing chamber at one time. With larger groups, half will do the walking tour of the Bell Tower, while the other half will do the chiming, and then the groups will swap. For this reason, we are unable to take group bookings of larger than 60.

Functions, Weddings, & Events
As of Friday 29 April 2022, there will be no capacity limits, or mask restrictions for functions. Proof of vaccination will no longer be required for guests at function bookings, but may still be required for caterers and suppliers on site.

Reduced Opening Hours
The Bell Tower is open from Thursday - Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm
(Closed Good Friday & Christmas Day)

General Enquiry

“I didn’t realise there was so much to learn about bells.”

Michelle & Martin Lovett, Victoria

“It’s a really interesting musical instrument!”

Ryu Hyungsuk, South Korea

“We have nothing like this at home. With compliments to Perth for it.”

Ron & Jean Lawson, Canada