ATTENTION all persons entering this Car Park.
The following conditions apply when you enter, leave or use this Car Park. If you do not accept these conditions, immediately leave the Car Park. If you are in a vehicle, including motorcycle and bicycles, proceed directly to the exit where you may leave without charge providing you do not delay.
1. You enter and use this Car Park at your own risk. We may refuse entry by any vehicle or person.
2. We are not liable to you or any person with you for:
a) injury to you or to anybody else;
b) damage to, destruction of, theft of or unauthorised delivery of your vehicle or any other vehicle whether authorised or not; or
c) damage to, destruction of, theft of or delivery of any property (including anything in or on your vehicle or any other vehicle); however caused, and you release and indemnify us from any claim which you might otherwise have against us.
3. You agree to indemnify us in respect of any claim made against us and any expenses incurred by us as a consequence of, in relation to, or in any way arising out of your use of this Car Park.
4. We will not be liable to you for delivery of your vehicle to any person who did not have authority to take your vehicle.
5. A parking fee is payable each time a vehicle enters here. If you bring a vehicle into this Car Park, you agree to pay the parking fee set by us from time to time. We may prevent the exit of a vehicle from this Car Park until the fee is paid and we are not liable for preventing the exit of a vehicle until the fee is paid or for any injury, damage or loss which results.
6. You agree to:
a) produce to us, when requested by us, your parking ticket or proof of payment of the parking fee;
b) not to cause any obstruction;
c) not to park anywhere that we designate as a no parking or reserved area;
d) not to use this Car Park other than in accordance with instructions we may give;
e) not to bring into, or cause to bring into, this Car Park any vehicle that is unregistered or unroadworthy;
f) not leave a vehicle in this Car Park or cause a vehicle to be left in this car park for a period greater than seven (7) days without a written agreement between you and us;
7. If you breach any of the Conditions in item 6 above, you will pay us liquidated damages of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).
8. These conditions may only be altered by a written agreement between us and you.
9. If any of these conditions are illegal or unenforceable, the offending part is to be disregarded and does not affect the remaining part.
10. Where legislation prevents us from excluding all liability to you, our liability is limited at our option to resupplying services to you or to providing a refund to you.
11. In these conditions references to:
a) 'we', ‘us’ and 'our' mean Working Heritage, its employees, agents and independent contractors; and
b) 'your vehicle' includes a vehicle driven, or intended to be driven, by you into this Car Park.
Working Heritage is a Committee of Management appointed by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change under the Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978. The committee is supported by Executive Officer Ross Turnbull and a small team of staff who manage Working Heritage’s projects and operations.
As a small business owner and founder of the Operation Next Gen Program, Kerry Anderson works with rural Australian towns encouraging them to take control of their own future by looking at existing landscapes with fresh eyes. Committed to sharing positive stories of rural businesses and communities, she is the author of two books; Entrepreneurship: It’s Everybody’s Business (2016) and Australian Rural Entrepreneurs (2020) and frequently speaks at national and international conferences and events. As part of her work she facilitates important community conversations with a rural emphasis.
In 2018 Kerry was named as one of Australia’s Top 50 Regional Agents-of-Change and awarded the Regional Innovation Ecosystem Leadership Award.
A graduate of the Australian Company Directors Course, Kerry serves on the Board of Castlemaine Health and is a volunteer tour guide at Buda Historic Home & Garden in Castlemaine.
Working Heritage manages heritage places on Crown land in Victoria, Australia, through conservation, adaptation and re-use. We are responsible for 16 heritage places across metropolitan and regional Victoria – from the Former Royal Mint in central Melbourne to court houses in rural towns. We specialise in managing government assets of heritage significance that are no longer needed to their original function – our role is to revitalise them to ensure they have a purpose. Finding contemporary uses for these places contributes to their continued care.
Working Heritage acknowledges Victoria's Aboriginal communities and pays respect to their Elders both past and present. The organisation acknowledges the richness of Aboriginal cultures in Victoria and their connection to Country.
We are non-profit and self-funded – funding for our work is generated by the places we manage. Our buildings and land are leased to a mixture of tenants including restaurants, arts organisations, community groups and commercial businesses. Working with tenants we conserve cultural significance, develop compatible uses and adapt buildings to suit contemporary needs. These places have special qualities that draw people to them, and by reusing them they can continue to be physical touchstones of community identity.
Working Heritage is an incorporated Committee of Management appointed by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change under the Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978. The Committee is supported by Executive Officer, Ross Turnbull, and a small team of staff who manage Working Heritage’s projects and operations.
In October 2018, Working Heritage staff members Clare Chandler and Ross Turnbull presented a paper at the International Conference on Managing Urban Cultural Heritage held in Georgetown, Malaysia. The paper, entitled 'The Potential of Neglect: Creating Authentic Spaces in the Historic Buildings of Changing Cities' examines Working Heritage's approach to the regeneration of South Melbourne Temperance Hall. Read the conference paper.
The Strategic Plan outlines our vision, purpose and strategic priorities for the coming years.
Our latest Annual Report spells out achievements for the financial year and contains financial reports.
t: 9600 1667
Former Royal Melbourne Mint
280 William Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
PO Box 13287
Law Courts Post Office
277 William Street
Melbourne VIC 8010
Permanent and casual parking
is available at the Mint Car Park,
280 William Street, Melbourne.