Named after its sweeping river views, Blue Waters is one of the best known and best loved private homes in the State. A national sensation at the time of construction, its striking Miami inspired design remains to this day a reference design in books on Australian architecture. Late in 2010 when “The West Australian” newspaper published a story on Blue Waters on the website and in print, it was the most read article of the day.
Designed from the beginning as a party palace, the house was a hub of Perth society in the 50s and 60s, and following a careful five year restoration guided by the original owners and designers, it is now possible to experience the life of a stylish 1950s tycoon, one week at a time, living in Blue Waters and celebrating special occasions there. Whether for a very special dinner party for eight, or a memorable event for your two hundred and fifty closest friends, Blue Waters provides a superb setting and sense of occasion. For the Nova FM Ultimate House Party, Blue Waters was “the perfect venue” – enjoy the video here
If you would like to host the future of Blue Waters, expressions of interest are invited.
It began before the Second World War, when a young Mabel , and her then boyfriend Keith Perron, were inspired by the illustration of a striking Florida art deco house design in “Pix” Magazine. MORE
Blue Waters the ideal location for a Mad Men themed photo shoot