Perth Children’s Hospital

Providing the best possible clinical care for future generations

The new children’s hospital for Western Australia will replace Princess Margaret Hospital for Children providing the best possible clinical care for future generations and the base for continuing outstanding paediatric research.

The paediatric hospital is part of the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre and incorporates a paediatric research and education facility housing the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research (TICHR), and research programs from The University of WA, Curtin University and Princess Margaret Hospital.

The building is inspired by the fauna of Kings Park and incorporates panoramic 270 degree views, an abundance of natural light, outdoor spaces and private courtyards for patients. 

This project was completed by JCY Architects & Urban Designers, Cox Architecture, Billard Leece Partnership with HKS, Inc. 

Location – Perth, Western Australia
Client – John Holland Pty Ltd
Size – 115,000sqm
Completed – 2017

Key Facts

298
inpatient
beds

75%
single
rooms

3,500
sqm green space

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Perth Children’s HospitalLeanda Chia