Fremantle Stuff > Architects > Cavanagh & Cavanagh
Cavanagh & Cavanagh, Michael (left) and James (right), were sons of John Cavanagh, who came to Victoria from Tipperary in 1843. Michael came to Perth 1895, his brother joining him from 1900 to 1905. The firm designed the Church of the Oblate Fathers (now known as the Basilica of Saint Patrick), St John of God's Subiaco (now demolished), CBC Perth (now demolished), the Bishop's Palace, the Fire Brigade Stations in both Perth and Fremantle, the Esplanade Hotel in Perth, and three hotels in Fremantle: the P&O, the Orient, and the Newcastle Club.
St Patrick's Basilica, still lacking its steeple
The 1908 Fire Station
P&O Hotel, lacking its turret
Orient Hotel, restored
Newcastle Club (Newport) Hotel, restored
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