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Azelia Ley Museum

Azelia Ley Homestead & the Davilak ruins

Cockburn Local History

Want to learn more about the history of the Cockburn area, browse the Picture Cockburn collection or discover other interesting historical resources?

Cockburn Local History

The Azelia Ley Homestead Museum and its associated outbuildings are located in Manning Park, Hamilton Hill.

The heritage listed residence was built in 1923 for a member of the Manning family and offers a glimpse into the life of a prosperous settler family living in the Cockburn district.

Visit the museum to explore Cockburn’s history. You will find exhibitions of clothing, furniture, photographs, paintings, toys, market garden machinery and much more!

Before you visit, see what the Homestead and surrounding grounds have to offer below:

Search for Azelia Ley Museum artefacts

The rooms

The Azelia Ley Museum rooms will be coming soon.

The grounds

The Azelia Ley Museum grounds will be coming soon.

Location, contact & hours

Azelia Ley Museum is open Sundays from 1:30 to 4:30pm and for group bookings on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Contact

  • Phone: 08 9411 3341
  • Email: Please use the contact form.
  • Postal: PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia 6965

Location

Azelia Road, Hamilton Hill, W.A. 6163
Near Davilak Avenue, towards the Northern end of Manning Park.

    Location

    Azelia Road, Hamilton Hill, W.A. 6163
    Near Davilak Avenue, towards the Northern end of Manning Park.