Child's Kitchenette


‘Would you like sugar with that?’ Imagine the fun had by the small children who have played tea parties with this cute toy kitchenette. It was the first prize in a local raffle in the 1930s, and was won by Hilda Price from Nornalup. Born in 1927, Hilda would have only been a young girl when she won this locally made wooden cabinet, and would have many happy times playing with her sister Helen.

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Denmark Historical Society

Preserving the Heritage of Denmark, Western Australia'

Once a place where prisoners were locked up, this old Police Station is now the home of the Denmark Historical Society which works hard to unlock the history of this picturesque town. The history of...


16 Mitchell Street
Denmark WA 6333

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