The Perth Concert Hall is set to receive a $30 million upgrade and investment over the next three years as part of the State Government's WA Recovery Plan. Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman announced the redevelopment as part of a $76 million arts and culture plan intended to support the sector to rebound after the impacts of Covid-19 and quarantine restrictions. The works will see the restoration and redevelopment of the building and forecourts to "create an accessible, functional and active cultural hub connecting the city to the Swan River".
Other arts and culture projects to be funded include:
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