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Landmarks & notable buildings

Landmarks & notable buildings
Melbourne's sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, including statuesque Art Deco buildings, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers.
The Melbourne Club - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

The Melbourne Club

36 Collins Street, Melbourne
The Melbourne Club building is of architectural significance as a rare intact example of a nineteenth-century clubhouse. It was built in 1858 in the Victorian Renaissance style.
The University of Melbourne - Landmarks & notable buildings - PARKVILLE

The University of Melbourne

230 Grattan Street, Parkville
Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is the second oldest university in Australia and the oldest in Victoria. The main campus is in Parkville.
The Victorian Artists Society - Galleries - EAST MELBOURNE

The Victorian Artists Society

428-430 Albert Street, East Melbourne
Established in 1890, the Victorian Artists Society is a not-for-profit association offering art classes, gallery hire, workshops and membership.
Trades Hall - Landmarks & notable buildings - CARLTON

Trades Hall

2 Lygon Street, Carlton
The first Trades Hall was built in 1859 by workers as a rallying point for the labour movement, following the successful Eight Hour Day campaign of 1856.
Victoria Harbour - Landmarks & notable buildings - DOCKLANDS

Victoria Harbour

791 Bourke Street, Docklands
Victoria Harbour is a Docklands precinct, located where Collins and Bourke streets meet. It offers a vibrant community and a unique lifestyle. Nestled by the water, and close to the city, it demonstrates innovative and functional design.
Victorian College of the Arts - Landmarks & notable buildings - SOUTHBANK

Victorian College of the Arts

234 St Kilda Road, Southbank
The Victorian College of the Arts offers studies in visual arts, film and television, animation, screenwriting, dance, theatre, production and design, contemporary music and music theatre.
WTC Wharf - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

WTC Wharf

38 Siddeley Street, Melbourne
WTC is a prime location to enjoy waterfront ambience, café’s, restaurants, bars and entertainment. Positioned on the north bank of the Yarra River, WTC extends over some 1.

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