Welcome Walls

More than one third of Western Australia’s population was born overseas. The Welcome Walls projects pay tribute to those migrants who arrived by sea, landing at Fremantle or Albany, and to the many benefits they gave to their new home, enriching the lives of all Western Australians.

In Fremantle, over 400 panels commemorating the names of migrants who arrived through this area have been erected at the WA Maritime Museum at Victoria Quay.

Some of the 8000 visitors at the Fremantle launch reading the wall inscriptions
Welcome Walls Launch Fremantle
Photograph by Patrick Baker, image copyright WA Museum

In Albany, a set of Welcome Walls panels onsite at the Museum of the Great Southern pays tribute to the arrival of those migrants whose first footfall was in this town.

Both projects have now been completed with no further extensions planned.


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