Within the St. John's Cathedral precinct is an old house noted for its steeply pitched roof, upper story oriel window and ... More
Within the St. John's Cathedral precinct is an old house noted for its steeply pitched roof, upper story oriel window and narrow arched windows, which are most unusual. This historic old house was opened in 1909, as the first part of a two stage development next to St John's Cathedral. All the buildings in this area resemble the Gothic style of architecture. Wander around, admiring this interesting historic building and also explore the reading room tucked within.
Located along the Brisbane River boardwalk is the historic Customs House. Opened in 1889, it served as a customs center
until port activities shifted to the river mouth. Now it contains an art gallery, restaurant, museum and reception rooms. ...
A grand colonial mansion named after its original owner and 19th century State Premier, Sir Henry Ayers, Ayers House Museum
illustrates Victorian life as lived “above & below stairs”. A property of the National Trust of South Australia, the ...
Parliament House, opened in 1868, was designed by Charles Tiffin who was inspired by Parisian buildings like the Louvre. When
Queensland Parliament began in 1860, Legislative and Council Members met in what was once the Prisoners' Barracks. Now the ...