Immigration to Victoria
What effect did immigration have on Victoria? Take a look, decade by decade, at the changes in population, demographics and the impact this had on Indienous Aus
Looking east along Collins Street, Melbourne 1872
Copyright expired image. Taken By: Charles Nettleton Original image from The State Library of Victoria. This Image has been restored by Foto Supplies, Albury, NSW, Australia
Georges on Collins department store remembered for elegance
Nearly 20 years after closing its doors, department store Georges on Collins is being remembered in a new book for its elegance rather than its arrogance.
Bourke Street looking west
ca. 1876-ca. 1894 Looking along Bourke Street, men and boy standing with a horse left foreground. GPO in right background adjoining double storey buildings with shops on ground level, includes: Robertson and Moffat, Barkly House with shop front G.S. Brown & Co., Emporium for Men, Boys & Youths Clothing. On left side of street: [...]rbeta'sBaths / Hotel / Turkish Baths. Building on south west side of Elizabeth Street: West End Loan Office Visit our catalogue to download a hi-res copy or find…
Melbourne's Wonderful Demolished Buildings
Founded in 1835, Melbourne is a young city. Despite this, a great deal of Melbourne's heritage has already been lost. Consider Melbour...
Lantern Slide - Princes Bridge, Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, circa 1890
A black and white image of the second bridge to be built over the Yarra River at the end of Swanston Street connecting the city of Melbourne to the south bank and photographed by A.J. Campbell. Built in 1888 this bridge replaced the single span masonry bridge that A.J. Campbell had also photographed in 1870. St Paul's Cathedral on the north east corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets can be ...
Adam Ford on Twitter
“#Melbourne's Demolished Heritage Buildings: The Victoria Coffee Palace temperance hotel (R) and Town Hall - Collins St. The coffee palace was demolished 1924 to make way for the expansion of Town Hall https://t.co/ZjFB3fgkZB”