Anyone wanting to sign a condolence book for Queen Elizabeth II in the northern suburbs can do so at Chocolate Drops in the Yanchep National Park.
Pearce MHR Tracey Roberts, who arranged for the condolence book to be at Chocolate Drops, said those wishing to sign the condolence book could do so between 9.30am and 2.30pm until Sunday, September 25 and then between 9.30am to 4.30pm during the school holidays.
The messages will be sent to Buckingham Palace, archived by the Commonwealth and may be displayed at its national institutions.
Meanwhile, Western Australians wishing to pay their respects to the late sovereign, Her Majesty the Queen at Government House will still be able to do so the national day of mourning public holiday tomorrow Thursday, September 22.
The Government House ballroom will remain open 8am to 6pm daily for the signing of condolence book (concluding 6pm on the public holiday), with the Lady Kyle Garden also open for those who wish to lay floral tributes or sit for a moment of quiet reflection.
All visitors are asked to access Government House via the ballroom gate located in the laneway between the Government House ballroom and Council House.
Government House ballroom foyer – open 8am to 6pm every day for signing of condolence books.
The Lady Kyle garden at Government House – open 8am to 6pm every day for laying of floral tributes, or to sit in quiet reflection.
This article appeared on Yanchep News Online on 21 September 2022.