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Browse local icons, places of interest, heritage landmarks, buildings and architecture in Melbourne and Victoria Australia.
The Block Arcade is a heritage-shopping arcade that was built in the late 1800s. Restored to its original glory, the arcade still features its original mosaic tiled flooring, glass canopied ceiling and wrought iron and carved stone finishes.
282 Collins Street
Melbourne CBD, MELBOURNE 3000
Constructed in 1858 in response to Australia’s Gold Rush, the Old Treasury building has vault walls that are over three feet thick, in addition to dozens of office buildings that even today are filled by members of Melbourne’s local government.
20 Spring Street
OLD TREASURY BUILDING
Standing in its present form since 1870 (with the exception of the portico, which was added in 1887), Melbourne Town Hall has been hosting concerts, festivals and civic events since its inception.
90 - 120 Swanston Street
MELBOURNE TOWN HALL
Discover the Victorian era in Australia with a visit to Werribee Mansion. Located 30 minutes west of Melbourne at Werribee Park, ‘the mansion’ is a living, breathing postcard of the 19th century and a must see attraction for visitors.
The Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens is one of the world's oldest remaining exhibition pavilions. Explore the fascinating story of this World Heritage listed building.
9 Nicholson Street