The Heritage Wine Bar | Perth, Western Australia

Tel: (08) 9226 5596


131 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, 6000

Mon 4pm - Late

Tues 12pm - Late

Wed 12pm - Late

Thurs 12pm - Late

Fri 12pm  - Late

Sat 4pm - Late

Sun & Public Holidays - Closed




Private Dining available for lunch and dinner Monday - Saturday. 

Exclusive Use of the venue available 7 days a week.


Get in touch to discuss your event. We'll get back to you during office hours 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday. 

We accept The Entertainment Card, Best Restaurants Gift Card and Good Food Gift Card.

Parking: Perth Convention Centre (240m), Wilsons Central Park Car Park (100m), His Majesty's Theatre Parking (330m), Council House Parking (600m)

© 2017 The Heritage Wine Bar, Perth |  Photography: Jessica Wyld

Tavern License – License No: 6020140013 - Licensee: Skyshine Holdings Pty Ltd, 131 St Georges Terrace PERTH WA 6000 Telephone Number 08 9226 5596. Warning Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offense to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase liquor on licensed or regulated premises.



SINCE 1929


Striking in its day, the Royal Insurance Buildings, built in an Inter War Commercial Palazzo style, drew praise for Perth; the Royal Institute of British Architects (R.I.B.A.) awarding the building facade third place for its 'Street Architecture' in 1932.


Designed by Hobbs, Smith and Forbes who also designed the WA Trustee Co. (1925), Newspaper House (1932) and the now demolished St George's House.

From the marble entry steps and Donnybrook sandstone facing to the distinctive arches design, the building is now an icon of a largely lost era of architecture in Perth.



Restoring The Heritage Wine Bar to it's former glory meant working closely with the Brookfield Place redevelopment project to give the interior a new lease of life. Researching the building's history with an eye for detail ensured that the building was given the love and life it deserved. Always at the forefront was a strong vision for a wine bar showcasing one of the best cellars in the city, alongside modern food.


The building is rich in materials and detail, with original features including a magnificent copper lift, windows and doors framed in oringial steel work, Jarrah woodwork, tiled signage on the entry and wrought iron balustrades featuring the Royal Insurance monogram.



The walls of The Heritage Wine Bar are framed by an original Jarrah wainscot.


The original builders dyed the handsomely coloured wood, the intention to create the appearance of the wood being

almost uniform in colour.


Untouched Jarrah ranges in the tone of its wood, from pink to sepia to almost orange. Now expertly restored the wood characters are allowed to come through.



An extraordinary feature; the hand crafted pewter bar comes from Atelier Nectoux in France where three generations maintain the tradition, style and process of this fading craft. Iconic in Europe and America for the period 1900 to 1930.


​The bar top weighs 2 tonnes alone, shipped in segments and then installed onsite. Requiring a reinforced foundation to be mounted,

it's well worth the effort.



Designed in 1851 by Frenchman, Leon Foucault, his eponymous Foucault Pendulum was one of the first instruments to demonstrate the rotation of the earth.


The Chandeliers installed at The Heritage Wine Bar are inspired by this experiment.



A black and white marble floor in a Harlequin themed pattern is a striking new addition to the building and ties in with the original marble work of the thoroughfare arches.