The Boulder Town Hall and clock tower is an example of Federation Free Classical architecture, designed by architect A. Oswald Wilson in 1907. Added in 1909, there was some debate as to whether to purchase a striking clock for the tower at cost of ₤1000, or a silent clock at ₤198. The silent clock was chosen.
The town hall is situated near the top end of Burt St, Boulder, Western Australia.

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