9:30am, Thu 2 Dec 2010
The Fremantle Stage 3 Welcome Walls will be officially launched on December 11 at the Western Australian Museum – Maritime and to mark the occasion and celebrate there will be a Family Fun Day with free entry to the museum and entertainment for all ages.
Official proceedings will begin at 10.00am and celebrations will continue throughout the day with live musical entertainment and free entry to the Maritime Museum until its closing time of 5.00pm.
9:30am, Tue 23 Nov 2010
The Albany Welcome Walls will be officially launched on December 12 at the Western Australian Museum - Albany and to mark the occasion and celebrate there will be a Family Fun Day with activities and entertainment for all ages.
9:30am, Wed 3 Nov 2010
The unveiling of the third and final stage of the Welcome Walls in Fremantle will take place on Saturday, 11 December 2010 at the Western Australian Museum – Maritime, Victoria Quay, Fremantle.
The unveiling of the Albany Welcome Walls will take place on Sunday, 12 December 2010 at the Western Australian Museum – Albany.
This will be the first chance for registrants, their guests and the wider public to view the listed names on the Welcome Walls.
Official proceedings and celebrations will take place at both sites.
9:30am, Tue 12 Oct 2010
Work is underway on the final stage of the migrant Welcome Walls in Fremantle, which are due to be completed by the end of 2010.
Some panels from earlier walls will be periodically removed for maintenance and/or restoration and will be returned as soon as this work is complete. Panels included in this work schedule are contained within panels 1-227.
The WA Museum apologises for any inconvenience.
2:50pm, Wed 15 Sep 2010
Perth firm Freo Constructions has begun work on the final migrant Welcome Walls at the Western Australian Museum – Maritime in Fremantle.
The project is on target to be completed by the end of 2010.
In addition to placing more than 4,500 new names on the Welcome Walls, the Museum is working to undertake some works to reinstate the steps in front of the Museum and improve access to the Welcome Walls. The works will also include some minor improvements to the previous two stages.