I have to say that I love council House now that it has been restored, but it does come up often in Worst of Perth suggestions. Like the East Perth Station, it seems to be a love it or hate it thing.
The shishkebab sculpture next to it may be less controversially dubbed worst. It was always an object of derision, probably deservedly so. It features a drill bit piercing the different types of minerals being mined in the state. The plaque lists the tons of resources. If it hadn’t been such an obvious mining promo, it might have been better liked. It was made by Paul Ritter, who was Perth’s first town planner in 1965.