at Forrest Place, Perth, 6000 Australia
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It is 150 metres (490 ft) long,  and is paved and landscaped as a pedestrian mall, with seating, public artwork, and trees.
Forrest Place is used in many ways throughout the year, including cultural displays, children's activities and parades, and contains the City of Perth visitors centre.
 It was a meeting place and focal point for political meetings in the 1950s through to the 1980s;  considerable use was made of the steps of the Post Office being above the roadway level.
 Considerable numbers of demonstrations resulted from this ban, which was later repealed by the Public Meetings and Processions Act of 1984.
These events are considered by Layman to be part of an "alternative history of Perth" that isn't so sedated.
"Forrest Place" (Map).
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Together the protests and responses to them tell part of an alternative history of Perth.
(2002) Protect & serve : a history of policing in Western Australia Scarborough, W.A.
124–130 concerning the political history of the space.
Title of Perth town lot V 17, 1840 Issued in his name, 3 Nov. 1840.
site: Plan of existing buildings .
D663 and D664.