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Oakleigh and District Historical Society
Oberon Visitor Centre
Old Council Chambers Museum - Norton Summit
Old Dubbo Gaol
Old Gaol Museum, Toodyay
Old Geelong Gaol
Old Ghan Historical Railway
Old Government House
Old Government House, Brisbane
Old Highercombe Hotel Museum
Old Melbourne Gaol
Old Mill, South Perth
Old Perth Observatory
Old Police Station Museum & Courthouse, Clare
Old Post Office Museum, Mornington
Old School Museum - Myrtleford
Old Treasury Building
Omeo Historical Society
Omeo Justice Precinct
Orange Visitor Information Centre
Orbost and District Historical Society Inc
Orbost Museum
Orroroo Historical Society
Orroroo Historical Society Museum
Outback @ Isa
Ouyen Inc. Tourism
Oxley Museum


Old Treasury Building
Information: Melbourne ‘s Old Treasury Building 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. The Old Treasury Building hosts the original gold vaults where gold bullion was stored during the gold rush era, as well as rare and historic documents from Public Record Office Victoria highlighting key moments from Victoria’s history.
Phone: 03 9651 2233

20 Spring Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000



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