Royal Arcade started 1869 A building of historic interest and architectural merit Charles Webb Architect

Royal Arcade, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Old Treasury Building erected in 1858 designed by the public works department (J. J. Clark) built by R. Huckson. The basement vaults were planned to store gold from the mining fields. Originally known as the New Treasury.

Spring Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Former Mechanics' Institute and Free Library. Built 1892. Architect A Rogers. Additions 1903. Recorded.

Church Street, Healesville, Victoria, Australia

Former Mechanics' Institute. Built 1911-1912. Contractors - Loring and Spiers. Classified.

McCartin Street, Leongatha, Victoria, Australia

Mechanics' Institute & Free Library. Built 1893. Architect L. Boldini. Classified.

High Street, Woodend, Victoria, Australia

Sorrento Mechanics' Institute. Classified "D". Built - 1876.

827 Melbourne Road, Sorrento, Victoria, Australia

Sandhurst Mechanics' Institute and Free Library. Built 1864. Architects Vahland & Getzschmann. Later incorporating the School of Mines. East Wing 1872. Portico and Facade 1879. Octagonal Library 1887. West Wing 1890. Designed by Vahland and Getzschmann and W. C. Vahland. Classified.

118-160 McCrae Street, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Murmungee Hall. Built in 1869. By local residents for use as school hall and church. School fees - one shilling per week for first two children of a family and sixpence for any more of same family. Classified 'B' Highly Significant to be Preserved,

999 Buckland Road, Murmungee, Victoria, Australia

Royal Society of Victoria. Hall built 1859. Architect Joseph Reed. Extended in later years. Classified.

9 Victoria Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Princes Bridge Hotel Building erected 1853 Hotel liscensed 1861 Leased to Henry Figsby Young and Thomas Joshua Jackson 1875 Classified

NW Corner Flinders Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Block Arcade. Built 1890-93 for The City Property Company. Architects Twentyman & Askew. Builder J. G. McLean. Classified.

282 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia