Manchester Unity Building - just one of the amazing pieces of architecture in Melbourne CBD

Manchester Unity Building - just one of the amazing pieces of architecture in Melbourne CBD, Victoria, Australia

Breakfast Creek Hotel - Albion, Queensland - a Brisbane icon - immortalised in song by Midnight Oil and you can get a great feed there

This photo from Queensland, East is titled 'Breakfast Creek Hotel'.

South Melbourne

These immaculately restored and richly detailed twin Victorian Filigree terrace houses - Falkirk and Helensburgh - were completed in 1887 and are a highlight of South Melbourne's Nelson Road. The detail in the parapets and iron lace work is immaculate.

The Manchester Unity Building (on the north-west corner of the intersection of Collins Street and Swanston Street) is a neo-Gothic skyscraper constructed in 1932

Manchester Unity building, Melbourne Victoria I worked on the floor of this beautiful building the windows opened

Ormond College Melbourne. Neo-Gothic

Built in the magnificent Neo-Gothic styled Ormond College is The University of Melbourne's largest residential college. Designed by legendary Melbourne architect Joseph Reed - who also designed Melbourne's world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building

‘Reibycroft’, Hawkesbury River, NSW was constructed in the 1820s by Mary Reiby for her daughter Penelope and son-in-law John Atkinson. The original grant was of 200 acres to Thomas Reiby and the property now comprises 100 acres including part of Bushell’s lagoon. Other owners of the property included the Greentree family who operated a dairy farm on the site for 90 years and the Marshall family who purchased the farm in 1946. Photo taken 1947

‘Reibycroft’, Hawkesbury River, NSW was constructed in the by Mary Reiby…

La Verna, Kew (Melbourne), built in 1888; attributed to architect John Beswicke. Then named Heathfield, its first owner was H. Eeles, stationer, who lived there until 1910. From 1931 it was owned by Franciscan friars, who sold it in 2002 for $8.3mill; the grounds were subdivided and the magnificent 3.6a garden of mature trees, including a huge 100yo Moreton Bay Fig, was bulldozed. The property had been one of Kew's most significant private gardens. The house sold again in 2007 for $12mill.

La Verna, Kew (Melbourne), built in 1888; attributed to architect John Beswicke. Then named Heathfield, its first owner was H. Eeles, stationer, who lived there until 1910. From 1931 it was owned by Franciscan friars, who sold it in 2002 for $8.3mill; the grounds were subdivided and the magnificent 3.6a garden of mature trees, including a huge 100yo Moreton Bay Fig, was bulldozed. The property had been one of Kew's most significant private gardens. The house sold again in 2007 for $12mill.

Your Brisbane: Past and Present: South Brisbane Town Hall

Late in the nineteenth century, South Brisbane was a separate borough from (North) Brisbane, and for a time was jockeying for the prime posi.

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