The public are invited to see inside this brand new hospital for the very first time. Learn all about the hospital and speak directly to project staff on a wide range of topics.
You can learn all bout the clinical services that will be provided when the Fiona Stanley Hospital opens. Information will also be available about working or volunteering at the hospital, for those who are interested.
This two billion dollar, state of the art, hospital is scheduled to open in 2014 but this is a chance to take a sneak peek behind the curtain. Don't miss this opportunity to be one of the first people in the state to look around this enormous and amazing facility. Everyone is welcome to visit on the community open day, so come along and take a look around.
As part of the Fiona Stanley Hospital Open Day there will be plenty of entertainment and fun activities for children, plus a yummy sausage sizzle. Enter the colouring-in competition for the chance to win tickets to the Perth Zoo. .
This open day event will begin at the Fiona Stanley Hospital internal courtyard, located behind the administration building on Barry Marshall Parade in Murdoch. Public parking is available in the car park next to the administration building.
We went down for a sneak peak too. And we got a sneak peek. The article is correct, it's the open day and you got to see a bit of the hospital - when you aren't usually allowed past the construction fences. There was a sausage sizzle, there were volunteer recruiting drives and lots of people to talk to about the hospital.
I'm not sure where you got your information from but it was far from an open day. I am always on the lookout for these sort of events and when I heard about the Fiona Stanley open day I jumped at the opportunity to investigate the new hospital. To my amazement it was a recruiting day and all we got to see was a court yard and what seems to be the entrance to the hospital. We were so dissapointed that the information was totally wrong. Open day means we get to see the hospital before it opens, it's what written in your article. Imagine if when the Poly Farmer tunnel was opened and people were only allowed to stand out front and look at it and not be able to walk through to inspect it. I suspect this is how they got a lot of people to attend.