Working Heritage is responsible for the conservation and management of some of Victoria’s treasured places – from the Former Royal Mint in central Melbourne to courthouses in country towns. Our role is to revitalise these places to ensure they have a purpose now and in the future.

The places managed by Working Heritage are no longer needed for their original function and their redundancy is an opportunity to give them new purpose. A family home becomes a restaurant, a mint becomes a museum and a courthouse becomes a theatre.

Profiles of more of the places Working Heritage cares for will appear soon.

Avoca Police Residence

Historic justice precinct

6 Davey Street, Avoca

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Ballan Courthouse

A revived country courthouse

45–47 Steiglitz Street, Ballan

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Beaufort Courthouse

Beautiful brick courthouse

9 Livingstone Street, Beaufort

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Carlton Courthouse

The Gothic courthouse

345 Drummond Street, Carlton

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Carome Homestead

Rural calm in the northern suburbs

10 Hathfelde Boulevard, Mernda

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Clunes School of Mines

The gabled, Gothic hall

Service Street, Clunes

 

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Drysdale Free Library

A simple community hall

18 - 20 High Street, Drysdale

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Farm Vigano

Italian culture on the Plenty Gorge

10 Bushman’s Way, South Morang

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Former Royal Mint

A Melbourne icon

280 William Street, Melbourne

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Geelong Telegraph Station

Geelong's maritime and communications past
83a Ryrie Street, Geelong

 

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Horticultural Hall

Home of clubs, societies and opera

31 − 33 Victoria Street, Carlton

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Jack’s Magazine

Part of Victoria's military and industrial heritage

Magazine Way, Maribyrnong

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Skipton Courthouse and Police Residence

Diverse neighbours
33 Montgomery Street, Skipton

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South Melbourne Temperance Hall

An Emerald Hill institution

199 – 207 Napier Street, South Melbourne

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Warracknabeal Courthouse

A Victorian Free Classical courthouse

38 Woolcock Street, Warracknabeal

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Contact

t: 9600 1667
e: info@workingheritage.com.au

Southern Gatehouse
Former Royal Melbourne Mint
280 William Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

Postal

PO Box 13287
Law Courts Post Office
277 William Street
Melbourne VIC 8010

Parking

Permanent and casual parking
is available at the Mint Car Park,
280 William Street, Melbourne.

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