Lexington Homestead, Moyston (220km W of Melbourne). The run was taken up by Horatio Wills in 1839-40; in c1851 he built the large brick homestead with its encircling verandas and grand views to the Grampians. When gold was found in 1852, the station hands left to seek their fortunes and Horatio had to sell after only two years in the new house. He was later killed by Aborigines; his son Tom, who survived the attack, was a famous cricketer and went on to 'invent' Australian Rules Football.
Camelot (Horbury Hunt Mansion of Mrs White, owner of the racehorse Carbine),Camden, in south western Sydney in The house has been used in the tv drama "A Place to Call Home". Photo from Dictionary of Sydney
2 storey house. The Chalet, built in 1890–1891 adjacent to Government House, designed by NSW Government Architect Walter Liberty Vernon in the spirit of the Queen Anne style, which heralded the development of the Australian Federation style. Tudor elements are timbered gables, broad brick chimneys and an oriel (upper-storey bay) window. Text courtesy of the HHT
The Chalet at the Government House estate in Chalet,designed by Walter Liberty Vernon to sit immediately adjacent to the Gothic Revival Government House designed by Edward Blore,is a substantial timber residence built to accommodate the Governor’
Anderson Stuart building - entrance and pathway THE ANDERSON STUART BUILDING university of sidney The Anderson Stuart Building (formerly known as the "Old Medical School") is a superb example of neo-gothic architecture located next to the main quadrangle.