From Waymark.com: A small pyramid housing trees and plants. A glasshouse/arboretum on the foreshore of the city of Perth, in the shape of a pyramid. This structure was built in 1979 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first European settlement in Western Australia (1829). Approximately 20m on a side. Seen from a distance the pyramid is immediately obvious and eye catching. The pyramid seems semi-abandoned, nor could I find a plaque or any other identifying feature.
From Waymark.com: When I visited (Dec 2009) the entire area was undergoing a refurbishment, builders and machines were everywhere. Perhaps this pyramid is not long for this world? Shame if it is demolished.
As of early 2013 this waymark, sadly, no longer exists.
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