Melbourne ‘s Old Treasury Building is one of the finest nineteenth century buildings in Australia. It was designed by nineteen-year-old JJ Clark and built at the height of the gold rush between 1858 and 1862.
A joint venture between Public Record Office Victoria and Old Treasury Building has resulted in the permanent exhibition Victorian Archival Treasures, which features original documents, maps and photographs from the state archive collection of Public Record Office Victoria, now on show at the top of Collins St in central Melbourne.
In 2012, The Old Treasury Building celebrates its 150th anniversary through the exhibition Gold and Governors: 150 Years of The Old Treasury Building on display from 17 April to 30 November. Read more about it here.
To coincide with the 150th anniversary celebrations, the Old Treasury Building is hosting a range of events, walks and talks. Click here to see what events are coming up on the Old Treasury Building events calendar.
Image credit: Gil Meyden 2010
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