Architect Walter LIberty Vernon, NSW


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NSW's greatest Federation Architect
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Annandale Post Office. Image by Scott Bird, click picture for gallery
Annandale Post Office. Image by Scott Bird, click picture for gallery

Major practitioner of Federation Free Style
Walter Liberty Vernon
Walter Liberty Vernon

Walter Liberty Vernon (11 August 1846 – 17 January 1914) is noted for designing multiple government buildings which are still standing, many of which have a heritage listing. (see below)
  • "The public will see his monuments for a long time - perhaps for all time - in the city and in the country". - Prime Minister of Australia, Joseph Cook


Early life

Walter Liberty Vernon (1846-1914), architect and soldier, was born on 11 August 1846 at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, eldest son of Robert Vernon, banker's clerk, and his wife Margaret, née Liberty.
  • Educated at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, and at Windsor, Walter was articled in 1862 to the London architect W. G. Habershon; he attended Sir Robert Smirke's lectures at the Royal Academy of Arts and went at night to the South Kensington School of Art.

  • He was articled in 1862 to a London architect, W.G.Habershon, and studied at the Royal Academy of Arts and South Kensington School of Art.
  • On completing his articles, Vernon worked for Habershon & Pite and from 1869 took charge of their branch office in Wales. On 11 August 1870 in the Dock Street Chapel at Newport, Monmouthshire, he married Margaret Anne Jones (d.1919).

  • He then ran an office for the London architect Charles Moreing at Hastings where he set up his own practice in 1872. Vernon went on sketching trips through Holland, Belgium and Germany, and carried provisions across the Prussian lines during the siege of Paris.

  • Suffering from bronchial asthma, he spent a year recuperating at Malta. A member (fellow, 1883) of the Surveyors' Institution from March 1880, he opened an office in Great George Street, London, while retaining his practice at Hastings.
  • When his asthma recurred in 1883, he was advised to leave England: the family sailed in the Ballaarat, reaching Sydney on 3 November.
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Fire Station, The Avenue, Randwick
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Rangers Cottage
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Jenolan Caves House
The Chalet, Government House

Career in Australia

Vernon established a private practice in Sydney. Commissioned to build a department store for David Jones Ltd (George and Barrack streets, 1885), Vernon designed his own home, Penshurst, at Neutral Bay in 1884.
  • He bought adjoining land where he designed and built several villas. From 1 October that year until February 1889 he was in partnership with W. W. Wardell.
  • Vernon assisted with works already in progress, designed buildings and supervised Wardell's Melbourne projects in 1884-85. Vernon was an alderman on East St Leonards Municipal Council in 1885-90.
  • Elected a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1885, he joined the (Royal) Art Society of New South Wales in 1884, (Sir) John Sulman's Palladian Club and the Institute of Architects of New South Wales in 1887, and the Sydney Architectural Association in 1891.

On 1 August 1890 Vernon was appointed government architect in the new branch of the Department of Public Works which had been created to allow private architects to compete for the design of all public buildings estimated to cost over £5000. The government architect was to supervise the construction, with a commission paid to the selected architect.
  • For new work below £5000 and for all alterations and maintenance, Vernon was required to make do with the remnants of James Barnet's staff (73 in 1890, reduced to 44 by 1893). Of three competitions held, only one resulted in a completed building (Grafton gaol, 1891).
  • By the end of 1894 Vernon showed that the new system cost twice as much as designs from his own office: competitions were never reinstated during his tenure. but later joined the Government Architect's Branch in 1890 as Government Architect. The activities of this office were boosted in 1894 when extra funding was committed as a way of creating relief work during the Depression.

Vernon's Architectural Styles

He employed a range of styles, but all reflecting his early training and English influences.

1. Vernon's Queen Anne designs

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In the early 1890s Vernon was the leading NSW exponent of the emerging local variant of the Queen Anne Revival that today is known as the Federation style. Rather than employing the neoclassical for public buildings, he continued to experiment, as he had been doing since his arrival in Sydney, with acclimatising the Queen Anne Revival style to suit NSW.
  • Irwin House (1891-92)

In his design for Irwin House at the Newington Asylum (now Silverwater Gaol), Vernon combined English institutional planning with colonial forms.
  • Whilst still a Queen Anne Revival style building, Irwin House shows how Vernon was refining the design of his public buildings to suit the Australian climate, employing details that were drawn from Eastern sources.
  • Built in 1891-92 as staff quarters, the building was constructed, as the other asylum buildings had been, within the extensive landscaped grounds of Blaxland’s Newington House on the banks of the Parramatta River at Silverwater.
  • The Chalet, Government House (1891)

The Chalet, designed by Vernon to sit immediately adjacent to the Gothic Revival Government House designed by Edward Blore, is a substantial timber residence built to accommodate the Governor’s Chief of Staff.
  • A two-storey timber villa with a deliberately asymmetrical brick chimney and oriel windows, the Chalet continues the series of picturesque lodges built in the Domain, rather than following the Gothic Revival style of the main house.
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The court house at Maclean and the adjacent Post Office and Police Station, constructed between 1892 and 1896, show the informality made possible by the use of the Queen Anne Revival.

Maclean Post Office, Courthouse and Police Station

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Maclean Post Office
Maclean Post Office

Maclean Courthouse
Maclean Courthouse
The police station at Maclean NSW
The police station at Maclean NSW

2. Vernon's Domestic Scale Buildings in Federation Queen Anne style

"It is gratifying to be able to report that, as a whole, the New South Wales modern police buildings compare most favorably with those in England, and in some respects I am of the opinion, are superior." - Vernon.
Tumut Courthouse and Police Station Group
Tumut Courthouse and Police Station Group

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Mount Victoria Post Office 1914
Mount Victoria Post Office 1914
Armidale Police Station
Armidale Police Station

Carrington, former PO NSW
Carrington, former PO NSW
Junee Police Station, Belmore Street, Junee
Junee Police Station, Belmore Street, Junee


The police stations at Maclean, Foster, Tumut and Junee are identical, whilst the police station at Armidale of 1901 is a larger version of the standard design.
  • The distinguishing feature of this standard design was the use of one verandah to the side entrance and a second verandah to the front, separated by a gable with an arch headed window.
Vernon's Queen Anne public architecture


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Newtown Post Office (1891)
Hunters Hill Post Office (1891)
Broken Hill Post Office
Hay Court House (1892)
Goulburn Court House
Maclean Courthouse, 1892
Hay Courthouse
Hay Courthouse

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Vernon had included a study tour as a condition of his appointment. He spent July and August of 1897 visiting public buildings in England and on the Continent
  • The less forbidding appearance of public architecture had been the hallmark of Vernon’s public architecture to date, and the trend can be seen in the post offices and police stations already discussed and in the design of the court houses at Bowral, Hay, Katoomba, Macksville, Maclean and Parkes.

Later Vernon favoured what were later known as Federation styles such as
Vernon's Federation Arts and Crafts designs


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Fire Station, St John's Road,Glebe
Fire Station, St John's Road,Glebe
Jenolan Caves House
Mosman High School 1930, built 1894




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Police Station (former)
Police Station (former)

Fire Station, The Avenue, Randwick
Fire Station, Pyrmont Street,Pyrmont
Former Police Station, Bourke Street, Surry Hills
  • Examples of Vernon's Federation Free Style were his fire stations in The Avenue, Randwick; Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst; and Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont. The last two are on the Register of the National Estate.[3]

  • Another example of Federation Free Style is the former police station, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, also on the National Estate.[3]
    • in a stylistic departure, he designed the (former) police station in Bourke Street, Surry Hills, in the Romanesque style; it too is on the National Estate.[3]

    Former police station in the inner city suburb of Darlinghurst
    Former police station in the inner city suburb of Darlinghurst


Glebe Fire Station

Glebe Fire Station c.1905
Glebe Fire Station c.1905


  • Designer/Maker: WL Vernon - direction, EL Drew design; Builder/Maker: Sandbrook Bros
  • Physical description: Federation Arts & Crafts: a two storey building with a ground floor of dark red brick and a first floor of cream rough cast with sandstone coping and tall terracotta chimney pots.


3. Federation Arts and Crafts

  • Caves House appears to be his first public building employing an English vernacular revival style. Caves House can be seen as influenced by the large country houses in England such as Standenin Sussex, St. Alban’s Court in Kent, Avon Tyrrell in Hampshire and Cragside in Northumberland.
  • All are in the English vernacular revival (Arts and Crafts) style with its stress on homeliness and simplicity and whose advocates took care to base each building on the building customs and materials of the region in which it was built.”
  • Jenolan Caves House was built from limestone quarried on site.
"Caves House at Jenolan Caves" by Melbouge
"Caves House at Jenolan Caves" by Melbouge

4. Federation Free Style

During Vernon's period as NSW Government Architect he developed his distinctive 'Federation Free Style" as the 'leitmotif' of the Government Office designs. [1]

  • 'Federation Free Style' has been compared to a commercial simplification of the exuberant 'Queen Anne' domestic vernacular revival, characterised by the use of picturesque gabled design, red brick walls and white window trim.
  • 'Free Style' architecture used traditional materials and constructional methods, but liberated itself with the literal reinterpretation of historic styles, as did the popular Queen Anne revival, for example with gables and gothic features such as turrets.
Braidwood Courthouse (former)
Braidwood Courthouse (former)

Katoomba Courthouse and Police Station
Katoomba Courthouse and Police Station

The Old Courthouse Museum is housed in the former Batemans Bay Courthouse and Police Residence building
The Old Courthouse Museum is housed in the former Batemans Bay Courthouse and Police Residence building

Parkes Courthouse Group
Parkes Courthouse Group

For more substantial public buildings, Vernon continued the tradition whereby such buildings were designed in a Classical style. Notable examples were

5. Examples of Vernon's Classic Style


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Art Gallery of New South Wales
State Library of New South Wales,Mitchell Wing
Central Railway Station, Sydney
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The Art Gallery has been described as "masterly symmetry featuring Ionic colonnades."[2]
Central Station has been described as "the grandest railway station in Australia."[4]
  • Vernon also designed significant additions to existing buildings, such as Customs House, Sydney; Randwick Police Station; the Chief Secretary's Building, Sydney; Balranald Post Office; Armidale Post Office; and the former Premier's Office, Sydney. His office was also responsible for the public decorations during the Federation celebrations of 1901.

Later Years

On 11 August 1911, the day of his 65th birthday, Vernon's twenty one years of administration came to an end, leaving the capable George McRae as his logical successor. He retired as New South Wales Government Architect and returned to private practice, establishing a partnership with Howard Joseland. The latter, also born in England, was a practitioner of the Federation Arts and Crafts and Federation Bungalow styles.[2]
  • One of the buildings designed by Vernon and Joseland was the Paterson Reid and Bruce building, York Street, Sydney, which is now on the National Estate.[3]
  • Vernon had an outstanding career as an architect, with approximately thirty of his buildings being on the Register of the National Estate.[3] He is known as a key practitioner of various Federation styles.[2] Vernon Circle in Canberra is named after him.[5][6]

Death and funeral

Vernon died on 7 January 1914. Seven week's prior to his death he entered hospital for treatment of a leg he had injured while testing a patent fire escape as Government Architect. The leg had to be amputated, but as Vernon refused an anesthetic, complications set in which led to his death.

The Prime Minister of Australia, Joseph Cook, in remembering Vernon said…. "It is with most profund regret…. that I saw that Colonel Vernon had gone over to the great majority. His was a most useful and valuable life…. It was Christopher Wren to whom it was said 'if you could see his monument, look around'. So with Colonel Vernon. The public will see his monuments for a long time - perhaps for all time - in the city and in the country".

To perpetuate his memory, the Lord Mayor of Sydney convened a public meeting, which raised funds to establish the "Colonel Vernon Scholarship in Architecture and Town Planning".
Vernon's "impressive funeral" at St James' Church, Sydney on 19 January was attended by "a large and representative gathering of mourners".[7]

Vernon's Architecture

Gallery

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Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Registrar-General's
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Newcastle Court House
Pyrmont Fire Station
Annandale Post Office
Randwick Fire Station
Darlinghurst Fire Station
Central Station, Sydney
Jenolan Caves House, The Blue Mountains


When building revived in the mid-1890s, Vernon as Government Architect was permitted more staff.
  • Unlike his predecessor, Vernon saw major city public buildings as 'monuments to Art', large in scale and finely wrought in stone (the main facade of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1904-06);
  • suburban buildings took on the scale and character of their surroundings (Darlinghurst fire station, Federation Free Style, 1910); and
  • country buildings were designed with cross-ventilation, shady verandahs and sheltered courtyards (Bourke Court House, Federation Free Style, 1900).

In running the branch, Vernon insisted on the highest quality of design, the use of improved materials and construction methods, and the application of business-like procedures.
  • Reserving the right to approve designs, he delegated project responsibility to capable officers. This sound basis allowed flexibility for such tasks as providing illuminations and decorations for the Commonwealth celebrations and supervising statutory by-laws like the Theatres and Public Halls Act, 1908.

From 1901 Vernon had executed many site studies for the future Federal capital and later maintained that his most important duty had been his part in contributing to the eventual choice of Canberra.
  • He was appointed in 1909 to the Federal Capital Advisory Board which negotiated with the New South Wales government for the transfer of land and formulated the conditions for a competition to design the city.
  • Believing that Australians possessed insufficient knowledge of town planning to be able to do justice to the great possibilities, he advocated a world-wide competition. He supported Walter Burley Griffin in Building on 12 June 1913 when a departmental scheme, largely drawn up by C. R. Scrivener, was substituted for Griffin's winning plan.

As well as serving on many government boards and inquiries, including the royal commission on the Sydney water supply (1902), Vernon belonged to the Australian Club (from 1884), United Service Institution of New South Wales (1889) and Aerial League of Australia (1909); he was president of the Broughton Club (1910-12) and of the architecture and engineering section of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science (1913); he was also a commissioner for the Franco-British Exhibition, London (1908), a trustee of the Australian Museum, Sydney (1909), vice-president of the Millions Club (1913) and a councillor of the Town Planning Association of New South Wales (1913).

1. Vernon's City Monuments

Walter Liberty Vernon (1846-1914), New South Wales Government Architect, was most famous for his grand public works including the Art Gallery of New South Wales, completed in 1909.
Brooklyn Hotel 2009Image by: SHFA (Monique Galloway)Image copyright owner: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
Brooklyn Hotel 2009Image by: SHFA (Monique Galloway)Image copyright owner: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority

Brooklyn Hotel 1912 Part of a homogeneous and well detailed Edwardian streetscape without equal in Sydney. The work of NSW government architect W L Vernon, assisted by William Moyes, who trained under Charles Rennie Macintosh in Glasgow. As such, this building has a direct link with one of the pioneers of Modern design.
229 - 235 George Street, (Brooklyn Hotel, Infill Building and Johnson's Building) view from George StreetImage by: SHFA (Liliana Duran)Image copyright owner: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
229 - 235 George Street, (Brooklyn Hotel, Infill Building and Johnson's Building) view from George StreetImage by: SHFA (Liliana Duran)Image copyright owner: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority

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Registrar General's Building, Land Titles Office, Land and Property Authority
A rare, fine and largely intact example of the Federation Gothic style used in an important government building in Sydney. It is significant as an important design of the Government Architect, Walter Liberty Vernon. The building is significant as part of the group of government buildings located in the immediate area

City Coroner's Court view from George Street (west elevation) 1997Image by: SHFA (Liliana Duran)Image copyright owner: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
City Coroner's Court view from George Street (west elevation) 1997Image by: SHFA (Liliana Duran)Image copyright owner: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority


Coroner's Court (former)
It is a representative example of the public architecture of Walter Liberty Vernon, NSW Government Architect from 1890 to 1911, in its use of an unpretentious, almost domestic design invoking the truth-to-materials aesthetics of William Morris and the arts and crafts movement, and using picturesque elements and a dramatic roof line with restrained use of ornamentation.
Chief Secretary's BuildingImage by: Stewart WattersImage copyright owner: Heritage Office
Chief Secretary's BuildingImage by: Stewart WattersImage copyright owner: Heritage Office

The Chief Secretary's building is of architectural significance because of the high quality of its architectural composition and execution, both externally and internally. It represents two works of great importance in the professionals careers of two outstanding nineteenth century architects. Barnet as Colonial Architect, considered it second only to his work at the GPO. The additions by Vernon represent one of the first and major works by the newly appointed Government Architect. That they were completed in a style and quality matching that of the original building (at least outwardly) in a time of sever economic recession is a further testament to the contemporary importance attached to this building.
Treasury Building (former)Image by: Stewart WattersImage copyright owner: Heritage Office
Treasury Building (former)Image by: Stewart WattersImage copyright owner: Heritage Office

The former Treasury Buildings group (within the Intercontinental Hotel complex) is an outstanding example of the state's 19th- early 20th century public buildings and forms part of what is arguably the finest group of these sandstone buildings in NSW. The architectural forms and detailing of the group, with its strong links to Victorian "Neo-Classical" traditions, make it an extremely fine exemplar of this style and reflect important contemporary links with English architectural practice.

The facade of Lewis's original building in particular is a premier example in NSW of 19th century "Italian Palazzo" style based closely on a London model. The bold but sympathetically related Vernon additions fronting Macquarie Street are impressively proportioned and detailed and represent an excellent and perhaps unique example of late Victorian eclectic architecture in NSW.


2. Vernon's Suburban Structures

Drummoyne Fire Station
Neutral Bay Fire Station
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  • Good local example of a Federation suburban fire station. These were built in some numbers in this period. Little altered.
  • Designer/Maker:Walter Liberty Vernon 1909-1910
Neutral Bay Fire Station is a particularly fine example of an Arts and Crafts style building, the work of Government Architect and local resident, W L Vernon.
  • It is an active fire station, with many orginal features. It relates well to its site and context and is an attractive building has social significance for the vicinity and regionally as a public facility.
Kogarah Fire Station
Ranger's Cottage, Centennial Park
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Kogarah Fire Station is an outstanding example of the Arts and Crafts style and testifies to the influence of CF Voysey and the Arts and Craft movement on the New South Wales government architect's office at the turn of the century.
  • Designer/Maker: WL Vernon 1910. Federation Arts and Crafts: an outstanding two storey brick and sandstone building with a hipped and gabled terracotta tiled roof on a corner site.
Ranger's cottage. architect. Walter Liberty Vernon. location. Centennial Park. date. 1899.
In August 2013, interest was sought from experienced operators to adapt reuse the two vacant heritage cottages,
known as the Superintendents Residence and the Rangers Cottage, both located in Centennial Park.
The Residences in Centennial Park are now offering locals and tourists the option of spending the night in one of two heritage cottages.
The cottages in Centennial Park have been carefully restored and refurbished as boutique self-contained short-stay accommodation experiences.
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Cumberland Hospital. Front façade, street-facing side of Walter Liberty Vernon designed brick administration building.Image by: Robin McHughImage copyright owner: Heritage Office
Cumberland Hospital. Front façade, street-facing side of Walter Liberty Vernon designed brick administration building.Image by: Robin McHughImage copyright owner: Heritage Office


Wisteria House, Hainsworth Street, Parramatta, NSW; Designer/Maker: W L Vernon
A substantial two storey residence sited adjacent to an earlier Gardener's Cottage in extensive gardens, overlooking the Parramatta River.
Face brick with sandstone detailing trim, tiled roof.


Cumberland Hospital. Front façade, street-facing side of Walter Liberty Vernon designed brick administration building.



3. Vernon's Country Buildings

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View from Mitchell Street. South elevation.Image by: B HicksonImage copyright owner: B. Hickson

Land Board OfficeImage copyright owner: Maitland City Council
Land Board OfficeImage copyright owner: Maitland City Council


Maitland Court House
An outstanding and grandly designed Federation Free Classical building.
Lands Department, Government Offices, 21 Mitchell Street Bourke
Lands Office, 141 Newcastle Road, East Maitland

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Woonona: The Post Office building was designed by Walter Liberty Vernon
Kenmore Hospital, main buildings designed by Walter Liberty Vernon and completed 1894
Jenolan Caves House



  • Hay Courthouse

  • 418 Moppett St, Hay, NSW, Australia
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  • Hay Courthouse makes excellent use of brickwork and reflects some characteristics of Federation Bungalow style as applied to a public building.
    • The design helps to some degree to show Architect W L Vernon's concern for adapting buildings to their harsh environment; the building was the first courthouse designed by Vernon after he became Government Architect.
    • The 1892 courthouse was built by contractor, Mr Brown from Young, at a cost of 6,500 pounds.
    • The courthouse's large, simple roof planes and its deep verandahs are features of Federation Bungalow style architecture, in this case applied to a public building.
    • The court room in this symmetrical building is double height and centrally placed; it is topped by a gable with the coat of arms and a finial. To the sides of three narrow windows are round, multipane windows.

Vernon's Neutral Bay Home

  • Penshurst residence, Neutral Bay 1884

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Walter Liberty Vernon, Government Architect, was a resident of Neutral Bay and Alderman of the Borough of East St. Leonards, and was responsible for changing the name of Thrupps Point Road to Kurraba Road.
  • However his own house, Wendover, built in Normanhurst in 1895, was a more modest affair.

  • Named after a picturesque village in Buckinghamshire, England, the unpretentious exterior belied an elegant interior decorated with antiques and fine furniture.

  • The sprawling grounds featuring large trees and cottage gardens allowed Vernon to indulge his passion for gardening.

  • The State Library of NSW holds a collection of family papers and records (which) relates primarily to the life and career of Walter Liberty Vernon, NSW Government architect and soldier and his son Hugh Venables Vernon, architect and soldier.
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49 Kurraba Road, Neutral Bay
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57 Kurraba Road Neutral Bay
"There is an interesting collection of federation houses along Kurraba Rd between Wycombe Rd and Billong Stt erected on the Neutral Bay Land Company estate.
  • "Take particular notice of the impressive Victorian Villa residence on the intersection of Wycombe and Kurraba Rds. This is one of the surviving houses designed by Walter Liberty Vernon, Government Architect and resident of Penshurst (house formerly located to the north in present Penshurst Avenue). He was also a member of the Neutral Bay Land Company syndicate which promoted leaseholds in this vicinity in the late 1880s."[2]
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Portrait of Corporal Walter Liberty Vernon of the Sydney Lancers on horseback at Penshurst, Neutral Bay


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Vernon family picnicking in front of Penshurst, Neutral Bay,
  • The Chalet, Government House Sydney

  • The Chalet, Government House Sydney
    The Chalet, Government House Sydney
  • Chalet, Inner Domain by Government House, 1890The Chalet 1890, is located at the northern end of the Western Terrace, as is a motor garage. The Chalet and its covered walkway breaks with the Gothic style of Government House.
  • It is designed in the Arts and Craft style, constructed of timber with a terracotta roof. It has half timbered gables and broad brick chimneys and an oriel window.


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Admiralty House Garden and Fortifications 109 Kirribilli Ave
Kirribilli, NSW, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Admiralty House Garden and Fortifications 109 Kirribilli Ave
Kirribilli, NSW, Australia
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Commonwealth Heritage List
Admiralty House and Lodge 109 Kirribilli Av
Kirribilli, NSW, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Admiralty House and Lodge 109 Kirribilli Av
Kirribilli, NSW, Australia
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Albury Post Office 570 Dean St
Albury, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Alstonville Post Office 86 Main St
Alstonville, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Annandale Post Office 115 Booth Street
(1895)
Annandale, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
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Armidale Post Office 158 Beardy St
Armidale, NSW, Australia
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Commonwealth Heritage List
Armidale Post Office 158-160 Beardy St
Armidale, NSW, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Art Gallery of NSW 3B Art Gallery Rd
(1885)
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Australasian Steam Navigation Company Building 35-45 Circular Quay West
The Rocks, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Australian Museum 6-8 College St
Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Balranald Post Office Market St
Balranald, NSW, Australia
(Removed from Register or IL)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Betts Farm Uralla-Walcha Rd
Walcha, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Bexley Fire Station (Former) 506 Forest Rd
Bexley, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Bowral Courthouse Bendooley St
Bowral, NSW, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Braidwood Courthouse (former) Wallace St
Braidwood, NSW, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Broken Hill High School Group Garnet St
Broken Hill, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Broken Hill Post Office 258-260 Argent St
Broken Hill, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Brooklyn Hotel 229 George St
The Rocks, NSW, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Buckle House (former) 569-581 George St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Burwood Post Office (former) 168A Burwood Rd
1892
Burwood, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Byron Bay Post Office 61 Jonson St
Byron Bay, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Camden Post Office 135 Argyle St
Camden, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Casino Post Office 102 Barker St
Casino, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Centennial Parklands Anzac Pde
Centennial Park, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Central Police Courts 98 Liverpool St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Central Railway Station Eddy Av
Haymarket, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Chamber of Commerce Building (former) 233-235 George St
The Rocks, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Chief Secretarys Building 121 Macquarie St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Civic Group Fitzmaurice St
Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Cobar Post Office 47 Linsley St
Cobar, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Cockatoo Island
Rozelle, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
National Heritage List
Cockatoo Island Industrial Conservation Area
Cockatoo Island, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Cockatoo Island Industrial Conservation Area
Cockatoo Island, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Commercial Bank of Australia (former) 164-166 Beardy St
Armidale, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Commonwealth Naval Stores Building (former) Darling Island Rd
Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
(Place removed from CHL)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Condobolin Courthouse Bathurst St
(1901)
Condobolin, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Cootamundra Courthouse Parker St
(1902)
Cootamundra, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Coroners Court (former) 102-104 George St
The Rocks, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Courthouse and Police Complex (former) 3 Museum Pl
Batemans Bay, NSW, Australia
(Removed from Register or IL)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Cowra Courthouse Kendal St
(1909 Additions)
Cowra, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Cremorne Conservation Area
Cremorne, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Crookwell Courthouse Goulburn St
Crookwell, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Crows Nest Fire Station 99 Shirley Rd
Crows Nest, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Darlinghurst Fire Station 96-102 Darlinghurst Rd
Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Darlinghurst Police Station and Residence (1895) Bourke St
Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Delegate Courthouse (former) Bombala St
Delegate, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Dispensary (former) Victoria Rd
Rydalmere, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Edwardian Buildings Group 229-235 George St
The Rocks, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Enmore Post Office (former) 213 Enmore Rd
Enmore, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Fire Station (former) 749 Darling St
Rozelle, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Former Female Factory Parramatta Fleet St
Parramatta, NSW, Australia
(Nominated place)
National Heritage List
Gatehouse, Lidcombe Hospital Joseph St
Lidcombe, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
General Post Office 1 Martin Pl
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
General Post Office 1 Martin Pl
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Glen Innes Post Office 319 Grey St
Glen Innes, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Government House Conservatorium Rd
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Government House, Associated Buildings and Garden Conservatorium Rd
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Gundagai Courthouse Sheridan St
Gundagai, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Hay Courthouse 418 Moppett St
Hay, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Health Department Building (former) 93 Macquarie St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Hestock 14 Crescent St
Hunters Hill, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Hunter River Lancers Training Depot Allingham St
Armidale, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Hunter River Lancers Training Depot Allingham St
Armidale, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Hunters Hill Post Office 32 Alexandra St
Hunters Hill, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Inverell Post Office 97-105 Otho St
Inverell, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
James Fletcher Hospital Group 72 Watt St
Newcastle, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Katoomba Courthouse and Police Station Civic Pl
Katoomba, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Kogarah Community Aid and Information Centre 90 Railway Pde
Kogarah, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Land Board Office 126 Lachlan St
Hay, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Lands Board Office Kite St
Orange, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Lands Board Office Building 142 Brisbane St
Dubbo, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Lands Department Building 21 Mitchell St
Bourke, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Lands Office Camp St
Forbes, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Lidcombe Hospital (former) Joseph St
Lidcombe, NSW, Australia
(Place not included in NHL)
National Heritage List
Lismore Post Office Magellan St
Lismore, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Lithgow Courthouse Bridge St
Lithgow, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Maclean Courthouse Group McNaughton Pl
Maclean, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Maclean Post Office 44 River St
Maclean, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Main Building Additions & Quadrangle Manning Rd
Sydney University, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Maitland Courthouse High St
Maitland, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Marrickville Post Office 274A Marrickville Rd
Marrickville, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Medical School Manning Rd
Sydney University, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Mitchell Campus Original Farm and Farm School Buildings Panorama Av
Bathurst, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Mount Vernon 64-66 Bong Bong St
Kiama, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Mudgee Post Office 80 Market St
Mudgee, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Narrandera Courthouse and Police Station Group Larmer St
Narrandera, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Newtown Post Office 292 King St
Newtown, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
North Sydney Post Office 92-94 Pacific Hwy
North Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Old Bowral Post Office 264 Bong Bong St
Bowral, NSW, Australia
(Destroyed)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Old Government House and the Government Domain O'Connell St
Parramatta, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
National Heritage List
Orange Urban Conservation Area Byng St
Orange, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Paddington Post Office 246 Oxford St
Paddington, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Paddington Post Office 246 Oxford St
Paddington, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Parkes Courthouse Group Court St
Parkes, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Parramatta Female Factory Precinct 1 Fleet St
Parramatta, NSW, Australia
(Nomination now ineligible for PPAL)
National Heritage List
Paterson, Reid and Bruce Ltd Building 83-87 York St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Picton Post Office (former) Argyle St
Picton, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Plunket Street Precinct Plunket St
Nowra, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Police Station (former) 701-703 Bourke St
(1895)
Surry Hills, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Pyrmont Fire Station (1906) 145-147 Pyrmont St
Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Pyrmont Post Office (1901) 148 Harris St
Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Pyrmont Post Office 148 Harris St
Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Pyrmont Square Group Pyrmont Sq
Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Randwick Fire Station 4 The Avenue
Randwick, NSW, Australia
(Indicative Place)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Randwick Post Office 124 Avoca Street
Randwick, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Redfern Court House (1896) 103-105 Redfern Street
Redfern, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Registrar Generals Department Building Prince Albert Rd
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Reserve Bank 65 Martin Pl
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Reserve Bank 65 Martin Pl
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Royal Edward Victualling Yard Group Darling Island Rd
Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Scone Post Office 117 Liverpool St
Scone, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Shelter House Macquarie St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Singleton Post Office and Stables (former) 25A-27 George St
Singleton, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
St Peters Anglican Church Group William St
East Maitland, NSW, Australia
(Nomination now ineligible for PPAL)
National Heritage List
State Library of NSW 1 Shakespeare Pl
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Supreme Court Building King St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Sydney Customs House (former) 31 Alfred St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Sydney Customs House (former) 31 Alfred St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Technical College and Museum Argent St
Broken Hill, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Temora Post Office 173 Hoskins St
Temora, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
The Herbarium Mrs Macquaries Rd
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Tumut Post Office 82-84 Wynyard St
Tumut, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Ultimo Post Office (former) 494 Harris St
Ultimo, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Wagga Wagga Courthouse Fitzmaurice St
Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Wellington Post Office 19 Maughan St
Wellington, NSW, Australia
(Listed place)
Commonwealth Heritage List
Windermere Chambers 23-25 King St
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)
Wyalong Courthouse Neeld St
Wyalong, NSW, Australia
(Registered)
Register of the National Estate
(Non-statutory archive)

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Section 1. Items listed under the NSW Heritage Act.

Your search returned 49 records.

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Armidale Post Office
158 Beardy Street
Armidale
Armidale Dumaresq
01312
Banco Road Court, Sydney Supreme Court House
St James Road
Sydney
Sydney
00799
Bathurst Correctional Centre
Browning Street
Bathurst
Bathurst Regional
00806
Bourke Court House
Richard Street
Bourke
Bourke
00791
Broken Hill Post Office
258-260 Argent Street
Broken Hill
Broken Hill
01423
Brooklyn Hotel
229 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
01533
Burwood Post Office (former)
168A Burwood Road
Burwood
Burwood
01490
Bushells Warehouse (former) and Bushells Place
86-88 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
01535
Casino Post Office
102 Barker Street
Casino
Richmond Valley
01405
CBA Bank (former)
164 Beardy Street
Armidale
Armidale Dumaresq
00433
Chief Secretary's Building
121 Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
00766
Coroner's Court (former) - Shops & offices
102-104 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
01541
Cumberland District Hospital Group
5 Fleet Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
00820
Cumberland Hospital - Administration Building
Fleet Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
00820
Cumberland Hospital - Kitchen Block
Fleet Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
00820
Cumberland Hospital - Wistaria House
Fleet Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
00820
Cumberland Hospital - Wistaria House Siteworks
Fleet Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
00820
David Berry Hospital Precinct
Beach Road
Berry
Shoalhaven
00822
Glen Innes Post and Telegraph Office
Grey Street
Glen Innes
Glen Innes Severn
01406
Health Department Building (former)
93-97 Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
01912
Hestock
14 Crescent Street, Hunters Hill
14 Crescent Street, Hunters Hill

Hestock is of State heritage significance as one of the few domestic buildings designed by eminent architect Walter Liberty Vernon who went on to become the New South Wales Government Architect from 1890 to 1911. Hestock is a seminal example of the architectural style known as Federation Arts & Crafts and has been designed 'in the round' ie all elevations have received the same degree of attention to design and detail. Hestock retains a very high degree of fabric integrity and intactness. It is of significance as an early house of the Hunter's Hill peninsula with associations with both the estate and owners of 'Passy'.


Hunters Hill
00092
Intercontinental Hotel former Treasury Building
117-119 Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
00355
Inverell Post Office
97 Otho
Inverell
Inverell
01407
Land Titles Office
Prince Albert Road
Sydney
Sydney
00962
Lands Department Building
22-33 Bridge Street
Sydney
Sydney
00744
Lidcombe Hospital Precinct
Joseph Street
Lidcombe
Auburn
01744
Liverpool TAFE College (former Liverpool Hospital)
College Street
Liverpool
Liverpool
01809
Long Bay Correctional Centre
1250 Anzac Parade
Malabar
Randwick
00810
Maitland Court House
High Street
Maitland
Maitland
00794
Millers Point Post Office
12 Kent Street
Millers Point
Sydney
01408
Mining Museum (former)
36-64 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
01555
Mudgee Post Office & Quarters
80 Market Street
Mudgee
Mid-Western Regional
01314
Newcastle Annexe
Church Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
00795
Newcastle Court House
9 Church Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
00796
Newcastle Customs House
1 Bond Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
01403
Newcastle Post Office
96 Hunter Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
01442
Nyngan Court House
Cobar Street
Nyngan
Bogan
00797
Old Government House
Parramatta Park
Parramatta
Parramatta
00596
Parkes Post Office
39 Currajong Street
Parkes
Parkes
00717
Parramatta Park and Old Government House
O'Connell Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
00596
Pyrmont Post Office
148 Harris Street
Pyrmont
Sydney
01440
Randwick Post Office (former) and Jubilee Fountain
124 Alison Road
Randwick
Randwick
01409
Royal Edward Victualling Yard
38-42 Pirrama Road
Pyrmont
Sydney
01855
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital - Victoria & Albert Pavilions
Missenden Road
Camperdown
Sydney
00829
Rydalmere Hospital Precinct (former)
171 Victoria Road
Rydalmere
Parramatta
00749
Shop and Residence
182 Cumberland Street
The Rocks
Sydney
01581
Silverwater Prison Complex Conservation Area
Holker Street
Silverwater
Auburn
00813
State Library of NSW
1 Shakespeare Place
Sydney
Sydney
01071
Sydney Central Local Court House
98 Liverpool Street
Sydney
Sydney
00802

Section 2. Items listed by Local Government and State Agencies.

Your search returned 329 records.





Adamstown Post Office
195 Brunker Road
Adamstown
Newcastle
LGOV
Administration and Kitchen Block
Princes Highway
Waterfall
Wollongong City
SGOV
Administration Block
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Administration Building
Trenayr Road
Junction Hill.
Clarence Valley
SGOV
Administration Building/Quadrangle Buildings and Garden
Lot 182 DP 39768 Londonderry Road
Richmond
Hawkesbury
SGOV
Administration Office/Pharmacy
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Albert and Victoria Pavilion
10 Missenden Road (East Side)
Camperdown
Sydney
SGOV
Albion Park Courthouse
94-96 Tongarra Road
Albion Park
Shellharbour
SGOV
Albion Park Courthouse
94-96 Tongarra Road
Albion Park
Shellharbour
LGOV
Albion Park Police Station and Official Residence
96 Flinders Street
Albion Park
Shellharbour
SGOV
Albury Courthouse
564 Dean Street
Albury
Albury City
SGOV
Anderson Stuart Building
Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Anderson Stuart Building, University of Sydney Including Interior
Parramatta Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
Annandale Police Station
136-138 Annandale Street (Cnr Collins Street)
Annandale
Leichhardt
SGOV
Armidale Courthouse and Sheriffs Cottage
145 Beardy Street
Armidale
Armidale Dumaresq
SGOV
Armidale Police Station , Former
1 Moore Street (110 Faulkner Street)
Armidale
Armidale Dumaresq
SGOV
Art Gallery of NSW Including Interiors (Many Parts)
2B Art Gallery Road
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Assessment Centre
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Assistant Supervisor's Cottage
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Australian Museum Including Interior
6 College Street
Darlinghurst
Sydney
LGOV
Ballina Post Office (former)
24 River Street
Ballina
Ballina
LGOV
Barnsley Public School, Former
91 Appletree Road
Barnsley
Lake Macquarie
LGOV
Bega Fire Station
Gipps Street
Bega
Bega Valley
SGOV
Bellata Police Station and Official Residence
Railway Parade (Newell Highway)
Bellata
Narrabri
SGOV
Bellingen Courthouse
Hyde Street and Church Street
Bellingen
Coffs Harbour
SGOV
Bellingen Police Station and Official Residence
47-49 Hyde Street
Bellingen
Bellingen
SGOV
Bexley Fire Station
163 Queen Victoria Street
Bexley
Rockdale
LGOV
Boggabilla Courthouse
Merriwa Street
Boggabilla
Moree Plains
SGOV
Bombala Official Residence 2
4 Dickinson Street, Cnr High Street
Bombala
Bombala
SGOV
Bourke Courthouse
Richard Street Corner Oxley Street
Bourke
Bourke
SGOV
Bowral Court House
Bendooley Street
Bowral
Wingecarribee
SGOV
Bowraville Police Station and Official Residence
25A High Street
Bowraville
Nambucca
SGOV
Braidwood Courthouse
Wallace Street
Braidwood
Palerang
SGOV
Braidwood Police Station and Official Residence
172 Wallace Street
Braidwood
Palerang
SGOV
Brampton House
1312 Pacific Highway
Turramurra
Ku-Ring-Gai
LGOV
Brooklyn Hotel
229 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
SGOV
Brunswick Valley Historical Museum
Myokum Street (cnr Stuart Street)
Mullumbimby
Byron
LGOV
Building 24 - Administration
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Building 2A - Ward 2
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Building 3A - Wards 2 & 3
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Building Ed - Rydalmere Hospital Precinct
171-179 Victoria Road
Rydalmere
Parramatta
SGOV
Buildings 39 & 39A - Kitchen Range (1892-1893)
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Bulli Police Station and Court House
329 - 331 Princes Highway
Bulli
Wollongong City
LGOV
Burwood Court House
Belmore Street
Burwood
Burwood
SGOV
Burwood Post Office (Former)
168A Burwood Road
Burwood
Burwood
LGOV
Bushells Warehouse (former) and Bushells Place
86-88 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
SGOV
Captain's Flat Police Station and Official Residence
178 Foxlow Street
Captains Flat
Palerang
SGOV
Carrington Post Office
97 Young Street
Carrington
Newcastle
LGOV
Cartier Cottage
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Cassilis Police Station and Official Residence
9-11 Branksome Street
Cassilis
Upper Hunter
SGOV
Central Local Courthouse & Holding Cells Incl. Interiors, Forecourt & Central Ya
7 Central Street (And 98 Liverpool Street)
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Central Railway Station and Sydney Terminal Group
Eddy Avenue
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Central Railway Station Group Including Buildings, Station Yard, Viaducts and Bu

Haymarket
Sydney
LGOV
Cessnock Public School
Aberdare Road
Aberdare
Cessnock
LGOV
Chief Attendant's Cottage
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Cobar Courthouse
Barton Street
Cobar
Cobar
SGOV
Collarenebri Police Station and Official Residence 1
Earl Street, Corner Walgett Street
Collarenebri
Walgett
SGOV
Commercial Building "Challis House" Including Interior
4-10 Martin Place
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Coopernook Police Station and Station-master's Quarters
14 Macquarie Street and Henry Street, corner of
Coopernook
Greater Taree
SGOV
Coorawong House/Regional Office
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Cootamundra Courthouse
Parker Street
Cootamundra
Cootamundra
SGOV
Copmanhurst Police Station and Official Residence
Prescott Street
Copmanhurst
Clarence Valley
SGOV
Coramba Police Station and Official Residence
71-73 Gale Street, Corner Main Road
Coramba
Coffs Harbour
SGOV
Coroner's Court (former) - Shops & offices
102-104 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
SGOV
Cottage 1
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Cottage 14, 15 and 16
Princes Highway
Waterfall
Wollongong City
SGOV
Cottage 15
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Cottage 2
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Cottage No. 12
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Cottage, part ward 15
Balmain Road
Rozelle
Leichhardt
SGOV
Court House
170 Wallace Street
Braidwood
Palerang
LGOV
Court House
100 Faulkner Street
Armidale
Armidale Dumaresq
LGOV
Court House, Police Station and Lock-up
61 Dalley Street
Mullumbimby
Byron
LGOV
Courthouse and Fence
Bendooley Street
Bowral
Wingecarribee
LGOV
Courthouse and Lock-up Group and constable's quarters
69 Neeld Street
Wyalong
Bland
LGOV
Courthouse and Police Station (former)
215A Harbour Drive
Coffs Harbour
Coffs Harbour
LGOV
Courthouse, Police Station and Police Residence (Former)
3 Museum Place
Batemans Bay
Eurobodalla
LGOV
Cowra Courthouse
Kendal Street and Brisbane Street
Cowra
Cowra
SGOV
Cowra Courthouse
Kendal Street
Cowra
Cowra
LGOV
Crookwell Courthouse
Goulburn Street
Crookwell
Upper Lachlan
SGOV
Crookwell Courthouse Group
9-31 Goulburn Street
Crookwell
Upper Lachlan
LGOV
Crows Nest Fire Station
Shirley Road
Crows Nest
North Sydney
SGOV
Cumberland Hospital Heritage Precinct
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Cumnock Police Station and Official Residence
21 McLaughlin Street
Cumnock
Cabonne
SGOV
Darlinghurst Fire Station
Darlinghurst Road
Darlinghurst
Sydney
SGOV
Darlinghurst Fire Station Including Interiors
100-102 Darlinghurst Road
Darlinghurst
Sydney
LGOV
Deepwater Police Station and Official Residence
Gough Street, Corner Simpson Street
Deepwater
Glen Innes Severn
SGOV
Deniliquin Court House including fence and grounds
Poictiers Street
Deniliquin
Deniliquin
LGOV
Dining Room and Kitchen
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Dobell House
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Dorrigo Police Station and Official Residence
2 Bielsdown Street
Dorrigo
Bellingen
SGOV
Dorrigo Special Remote Residence
4 Bielsdown Street
Dorrigo
Bellingen
SGOV
Double Cottage
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Drummoyne Fire Station
29 Lyons Road
Drummoyne
Canada Bay
SGOV
Drummoyne Fire Station
29 Lyons Road
Drummoyne
Canada Bay
LGOV
Earth Exchange
36-64 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
SGOV
Eden Official Residence 2
127 Imlay Street
Eden
Bega Valley
SGOV
Federation Courthouse, Police Station & Stables
175 Moss Vale Road
Kangaroo Valley
Shoalhaven
LGOV
Federation Police Residence & Lockup (former)
Kinghorne Street
Nowra
Shoalhaven
LGOV
Federation Rendered Courthouse & Police Station
64 Princes Highway
Milton
Shoalhaven
LGOV
Former "Buckle House" Façade, Awning, and Interior
569-581 George Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former "Chatsworth House" Façade (1-7 Bent Street)
1-15 O'Connell Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former "City Bank of Sydney & Post Office" Including Interiors
138 Sussex Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former "Railways Institute" Building Including Fence and Interior
101 Chalmers Street
Surry Hills
Sydney
LGOV
Former "Sargood & Co" Warehouse Including Interiors & Grounds (144 Clarence St)
83-87 York Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former Chief Secretary's Building Including Interiors
121 Macquarie Street (And 50 Phillip Street)
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former Children's Court Building, Including Interior
66-78 Albion Street
Surry Hills
Sydney
LGOV
Former Customs House Including Interior
31 Alfred Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former Darlinghurst Police Station Including Interior
301 Forbes Street
Darlinghurst
Sydney
LGOV
Former Department of Health Building Including Interiors
93-97 Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former fire station
86 Walker Street
North Sydney
North Sydney
LGOV
Former Parcels Post Office Including Retaining Wall, Early Lamp Post and Buildin
Railway Square
Haymarket
Sydney
LGOV
Former Police Station Buildings Including Interiors
701-703 Bourke Street
Surry Hills
Sydney
LGOV
Former Pyrmont Post Office Including Interiors, Side Passage and Yard
146-148 Harris Street
Pyrmont
Sydney
LGOV
Former Registrar General's Department Building Including Interior
1 Prince Albert Road
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former Revy A & B Inc Interiors, Yard, Wharf & Industrial Archaeology
38-42 Pirrama Road
Pyrmont
Sydney
LGOV
Former Revy C Inc Interiors, Yard, Wharf & Industrial Archaeology
38-42 Pirrama Road
Pyrmont
Sydney
LGOV
Former Riley Street Public School Group Buildings & Brick Fence Incl. Interiors
376-386 Riley Street
Surry Hills
Sydney
LGOV
Former Sydney General Post Office Including Interior
1 Martin Place
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former Treasury Building Including Interiors
115-119 Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Former Ultimo Post Office Including Interior
494 Harris Street
Ultimo
Sydney
LGOV
Former Warehouse "Spiden House" Including Interiors and Lightwell
46-48 York Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Garage
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Garrawarra Hospital
Princes Highway
Waterfall
Wollongong City
SGOV
Garrawarra Hospital - Gates & Gatehouse
Princes Highway
Garrawarra
Wollongong City
LGOV
Garrawarra Hospital - Huts
Princes Highway
Helensburgh
Wollongong City
LGOV
Garrawarra Hospital Heritage Conservation Area
Princes Highway
Helensburgh
Wollongong City
LGOV
Gate Keeper's Lodge, City Road Fencing & Gates
City Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Gate Pavilion
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Gatekeeper's Lodge, University of Sydney Including Interior
City Road
University of Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Gilgandra Courthouse
Myrtle Street
Gilgandra
Gilgandra
SGOV
Gladstone Official Residence
2 Kinchela Street
Gladstone
Kempsey
SGOV
Glebe Fire Station
75 St Johns Road
Glebe
Leichhardt
SGOV
Glebe Fire Station Including Interior
75A St Johns Road
Glebe
Sydney
LGOV
Glen Innes Courthouse
Grey Street
Glen Innes
Tamworth Regional
SGOV
Gloucester Courthouse
Church Street
Gloucester
Gloucester
SGOV
Gooloogong Police Station and Official Residence
King Street and Forbes Street
Gooloogong
Cowra
SGOV
Goulburn Police Station
274 Sloane Street
Goulburn
Mid-Western Regional
SGOV
Goulburn Police Station Office
276 Sloane Street
Goulburn
Mid-Western Regional
SGOV
Government House and Including Interior, Gardens And Movable Heritage
2A Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Government Offices
53 Oxley Street
Bourke
Bourke
LGOV
Grafton Agricultural Station Administration Building
Trenayr Road
Trenayr
Clarence Valley
LGOV
Greenwood (former North Sydney Technical High School)
101-103 Miller Street
North Sydney
North Sydney
LGOV
Gulgong Courthouse
Herbert Street
Gulgong
Mid-Western Regional
SGOV
Gunnedah Courthouse
Conadilly Street and Abbott Street
Gunnedah
Gunnedah
SGOV
Hay Courthouse
Moppett Street
Hay
Hay
SGOV
Helensburgh Police Station and Official Residence
75 Parkes Street, Corner Waratah Street
Helensburgh
Wollongong City
SGOV
Heydon-laurence Building, University of Sydney Including Interior
Parramatta Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
Hill End Police Station and Official Residence
Tambaroora Street
Hill End
Bathurst Regional
SGOV
Holme Building (Union)
Science Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Holme Building, University of Sydney Including Interior
Parramatta Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
Inverell Post Office
97 Otho
Inverell
Inverell
LGOV
Item
85 Tannery Road
Berry
Shoalhaven
LGOV
John Williams Memorial Hospital
35 Water Street
Wahroonga
Ku-Ring-Gai
SGOV
John Woolley Building
Science Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
John Woolley Building, University of Sydney Including Interior
Parramatta Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
Junee Police Station
3 Belmore Street
Junee
Junee
LGOV
Junee Police Station
15 Belmore Street
Junee
Junee
SGOV
K025 : Court House
5-11 Civic Place
Katoomba
Blue Mountains
LGOV
Katoomba Courthouse
5-11 Civic Place
Katoomba
Blue Mountains
SGOV
Kempsey Courthouse
Sea Street
Kempsey
Kempsey
SGOV
Kenmore Psychiatric Hospital Complex
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Picture of / about 'Kenmore' New South Wales - Old Entrance to the Hospital site.
Picture of / about 'Kenmore' New South Wales - Old Entrance to the Hospital site.

Goulburn
Goulburn Mulwaree
LGOV
Kew Police Station and Official Residence
Old Pacific Highway
Kew
Port Macquarie-Hastings
SGOV
Kiama Courthouse
Manning Street
Kiama
Kiama
SGOV
Kogarah Community Aid and Information Centre
90 Railway Parade
Kogarah
Kogarah
LGOV
Kogarah Fire Station
26 Gray Street
Kogarah
Kogarah
LGOV
Kogarah Fire Station
26 Gray Street
Kogarah
Kogarah
SGOV
Kurri Kurri Police Station
121 Lang Street
Kurri Kurri
Cessnock
LGOV
Kurri Kurri Police Station and Official Residence
113 Lang Street
Kurri Kurri
Cessnock
SGOV
Lands Department, Government Offices
21 Mitchell Street
Bourke
Bourke
LGOV
Lands Office
141 Newcastle Road
East Maitland
Maitland
LGOV
Laundry
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Leichhardt Fire Station
Marion Street
Leichhardt
Leichhardt
SGOV
Lithgow Courthouse
Bridge Street and Mort Street
Lithgow
Lithgow
SGOV
Lithgow Police Station , Former
Bridge Street
Lithgow
Lithgow
SGOV
Macksville Courthouse and Police Station
51 River Street
Macksville
Nambucca
SGOV
Macksville Police Station and Court House
51 River Street
Macksville
Nambucca
SGOV
MacLaurin Hall
Manning Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Maclean McNaughton Place Police Station
McNaughton Place
Maclean
Clarence Valley
LGOV
Maclean McNaughton Place Post Office
44 River Street
Maclean
Clarence Valley
LGOV
Main Building
See David Berry Hospital Act No.53 1906
Waverton
Shoalhaven
SGOV
Main Quad / South Range & Cloisters
Main Quadrangle, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Maitland Court House
High Street
Maitland
Maitland
LGOV
Maitland Courthouse
High Street and Semphill Street
Maitland
Maitland
SGOV
Male Amenities Building
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Manilla Official Residence 1
27 Court Street
Manilla
Tamworth Regional
SGOV
Manilla Official Residence 2
62 Manilla Street
Manilla
Tamworth Regional
SGOV
Manning Building
Manning Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Marrickville Police Station (Former)
4 - 8 Gladstone Street
Marrickville
Marrickville
LGOV
Millers Point Post Office Including Interior and Outbuilding
10-12 Kent Street
Millers Point
Sydney
LGOV
Millthorpe Police Station and Official Residence
34 Park Street
Millthorpe
Blayney
SGOV
Milton Courthouse
Princes Highway
Milton
Shoalhaven
SGOV
Mining Museum (former)
36-64 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney
SGOV
Moama Courthouse
Francis Street
Moama
Murray
SGOV
Moree Courthouse
Frome Street
Moree
Moree Plains
SGOV
Moree Courthouse
48 Frome Street
Moree
Moree Plains
LGOV
Mortuary
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Mosman Police Station
96A Bradleys Head Road
Mosman
Mosman
LGOV
Mosman Police Station
96 Bradleys Head Road
Mosman
Mosman
SGOV
Mudgee Courthouse and Residence
Market Street
Mudgee
Mid-Western Regional
SGOV
Mullumbimby Court House, Police Station and Official Residence
59-61 Dalley Street
Mullumbimby
Byron
SGOV
Mullumbimby Courthouse
Dalley Street
Mullumbimby
Byron
SGOV
Mungindi Courthouse
St George Street (Cnr Mogul St)
Mungindi
Moree Plains
SGOV
Murwillumbah Courthouse
Murwillumbah Street
Murwillumbah
Tweed
SGOV
Murwillumbah Police Station and Courthouse Group
61 - 83 Murwillumbah Street
Murwillumbah
Tweed
LGOV
Museum (former Courthouse)
1 Burroway Street
Narromine
Narromine
LGOV
Mv010 : Old Vic Post Office Gallery
111 Great Western Highway
Mount Victoria
Blue Mountains
LGOV
Narrabri Courthouse and Court Offices
Maitland Street
Narrabri
Narrabri
SGOV
Narrandera Courthouse
Cadell Street and Larmer Street
Narrandera
Narrandera
SGOV
Narromine Police Station
16 Burraway Street
Narromine
Narromine
SGOV
Nelligen Courthouse (Former)
15 Braidwood Street
Nelligen
Eurobodalla
LGOV
Neurophysiological Laboratory
Balmain Road
Rozelle
Leichhardt
SGOV
Neutral Bay Fire Station
28 Yeo Street
Neutral Bay
North Sydney
LGOV
Newcastle Annexe
Church Street and Bolton Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
SGOV
Newcastle Courthouse
1 Church Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
SGOV
Newcastle East Public School (Former)
58 Bolton Street
Newcastle
Newcastle
LGOV
Newtown Post Office including interior (1891-1897)
292 King Street
Newtown
Sydney
LGOV
North Sydney Courthouse and Police Station (Former)
Pacific Highway
North Sydney
North Sydney
SGOV
Nowra Courthouse
Plunkett Street
Nowra
Shoalhaven
SGOV
Nowra Courthouse
Kinghorne Street
Nowra
Shoalhaven
LGOV
NSW Mounted Police Barrack & Taoist Association of Australia Group
7 Baptist Street (And 747-757 Bourke Street)
Redfern
Sydney
LGOV
Nurses' Administration Block
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Nymagee Police Station and Official Residence
Milford Street, Corner Bathurst Street
Nymagee
Cobar
SGOV
Nyngan Courthouse
Cobar Street
Nyngan
Bogan
SGOV
Old Geology Building
Science Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Old Geology Building, University of Sydney Including Interior
Parramatta Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
OPWS Hay District Office
414 Moppett Street
Hay
Hay
SGOV
Palmer House Professional Unit, Library and Meeting Room
Princes Highway
Waterfall
Wollongong City
SGOV
Parkes Courthouse
Currajong Street and Court Street
Parkes
Parkes
SGOV
Parliament House
6 Macquarie Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Parramatta Archaeological Management Unit 2877
Parramatta Park
Parramatta
Parramatta
LGOV
Parramatta Courthouse Tower
12 George Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Parramatta Regional Park
O'Connell Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
LGOV
Peak Hill Courthouse
Derribong Street
Peak Hill
Parkes
SGOV
Peak Hill Police Station and Official Residence
80 Derribong Street, Corner Duggan Street
Peak Hill
Parkes
SGOV
Petersham Police Station
2-4 New Canterbury Road, Corner Shaw Street
Petersham
Marrickville
SGOV
Pharmacy/Engineer
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Police Sergeant's Residence, Former
38 Mertin Street
Bourke
Bourke
LGOV
Police Station
96-98 Faulkner Street
Armidale
Armidale Dumaresq
LGOV
Police Station
Elizabeth Street
Riverstone
Blacktown
LGOV
Police Station
59-61 Hoddle Street
Robertson
Wingecarribee
LGOV
Police Station & Lockup
2 Waratah Street
Helensburgh
Wollongong City
LGOV
Police Station building
20 Tathra Road
Kew
Port Macquarie-Hastings
LGOV
Port Macquarie Police Station , Former
2 Hay Street
Port Macquarie
Port Macquarie-Hastings
SGOV
Post and Telegraph Office (Former)
172 Molesworth Street
Lismore
Lismore
LGOV
Post Office
61 Jonson Street
Byron Bay
Byron
LGOV
Post Office
91 Crown Street
Wollongong
Wollongong City
LGOV
Post Office with Residence
54 Carrington Street
West Wallsend
Lake Macquarie
LGOV
Pottery
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Pyrmont Fire Station
145-147 Pyrmont Street
Pyrmont
Sydney
SGOV
Pyrmont Fire Station Including Interior
147 Pyrmont Street
Pyrmont
Sydney
LGOV
R.D. Watt Building
Science Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Randwick Fire Station
4 The Avenue
Randwick
Randwick
SGOV
Rd Watt Building, University of Sydney
Parramatta Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
Redfern Court House
Redfern Street
Redfern
Sydney
SGOV
Redfern Police Centre Precinct
Baptist Street
Redfern
Sydney
SGOV
Residence
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Resident Medical Officers' Quarters
10 Missenden Road (East Side)
Camperdown
Sydney
SGOV
Riverstone Police Station
Railway Terrace, Corner Elizabeth Street
Riverstone
Blacktown
SGOV
Robertson Police Station and Official Residence
43 Hoddle Street
Robertson
Wingecarribee
SGOV
Roy Waddell Community Centre
149 Richmond Hill Road
Richmond Hill
Lismore
LGOV
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Group Including Buildings and Their Interiors, Tree
Missenden Road
Camperdown
Sydney
LGOV
Rydalmere Hospital

Rydalmere
Parramatta
LGOV
Shop and Residence
182 Cumberland Street
The Rocks
Sydney
SGOV
Singleton Police Station
22 Hunter Street
Singleton
Singleton
SGOV
Social Work Department
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Sports Pavilion
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
St Julian's
23 Wycombe Road
Kurraba Point
North Sydney
LGOV
Stables
Research Drive
Bathurst
Bathurst Regional
SGOV
Staff Amenities
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Staff Dining Room
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
State Library of New South Wales Including Interiors
1 Shakespeare Place
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Stores (General and Provision)
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Summer House
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Supreme Court & Old Registry Office Building Group Incl. Interiors, Fences & Grd
102 Elizabeth Street
Sydney
Sydney
LGOV
Sydney Central Local Courthouse
98 Liverpool Street
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Sydney Central Police Station
7-9 Central Street
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Sydney Supreme Courthouse (Banco Court)
St James Road
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
TAFE administration offices
150 and 152 Keen Street
Lismore
Lismore
LGOV
Tara
42 Hope Street
Bourke
Bourke
LGOV
Taree Courthouse
Albert Street
Taree
Greater Taree
SGOV
Teachers College (Old)
Manning Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV
Technical College
230 High Street
Maitland
Maitland
LGOV
Temora Courthouse
De Boos Street
Temora
Wagga Wagga
SGOV
Temora Police Station
148 De Boos Street
Temora
Temora
SGOV
Tenterfield Courthouse
Molesworth Street
Tenterfield
Tenterfield
SGOV
Teralba Public School
57 York Street
Teralba
Lake Macquarie
LGOV
Terrace Group "Garrison Terrace" Including Interiors and Grounds
50-56 Lower Fort Street
Dawes Point
Sydney
LGOV
Tingha Official Residence 1
24 Ruby Street
Tingha
Guyra
SGOV
Tingha Police Station
Opal Street, Corner Ohio Street
Tingha
Guyra
SGOV
Tocumwal Police Station
66-78 Deniliquin Road, Corner Morris Street
Tocumwal
Berrigan
SGOV
Tumut Courthouse
Wynyard Street and Fitzroy Street
Tumut
Tumut
SGOV
Tumut Official Residence 2
20 Wynyard Street
Tumut
Tumut
SGOV
Ulmarra Police Station
16 River Street
Ulmarra
Clarence Valley
SGOV
Victorian Georgian style Police Residence & Lock up
56 Victoria Street
Berry
Shoalhaven
LGOV
Victorian Rendered Brick School & Grounds
Plunkett Street
Nowra
Shoalhaven
LGOV
Wagga Wagga Court House
Fitzmaurice Street
Wagga Wagga
Wagga Wagga
LGOV
Wagga Wagga Courthouse
Fitzmaurice Street
Wagga Wagga
Wagga Wagga
SGOV
Ward 1
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 10
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 11
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 12
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 12
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Ward 13/14
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 15
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 17
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 18
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 19
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 2
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 20A - Occupational Therapy Unit
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Ward 20B - Education Dept and Social Workers
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Ward 22
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Ward 3
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 4
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 5
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 6
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Ward 9
Talralga Road
Kenmore
Goulburn Mulwaree
SGOV
Warialda Police Station and Official Residence 2
Stephen Street, Corner Hope Street
Warialda
Gwydir
SGOV
Wee Waa Official Residence 3
122 Rose Street
Wee Waa
Narrabri
SGOV
Wilcannia Official Residence 2
Lot 9 Reid Street
Wilcannia
Central Darling
SGOV
Wingham Police Station and Official Residence 1
6 Farquhar Street
Wingham
Greater Taree
SGOV
Wisteria House
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Wisteria House Siteworks
Hainsworth Street
Parramatta
Parramatta
SGOV
Woollahra Fire Station
2 Forth Street
Woollahra
Woollahra
SGOV
Woonona Post Office, Former
430 Princes Highway
Woonona
Wollongong City
LGOV
Workshops
Victoria Road
Gladesville
Hunters Hill
SGOV
Wyalong Courthouse
Neeld Street and Slee Street
Wyalong
Bland
SGOV
Yerong Creek Police Station and Official Residence
21 Plunkett Street
Yerong Creek
Lockhart
SGOV
Zoology Building, Formerly The Biology Faculty
Science Road, The University of Sydney
Sydney
Sydney
SGOV

References

"The public will see his monuments for a long time - perhaps for all time - in the city and in the country".

  1. ^ Trevor Howells (ed), "Towards the Dawn, Federation Architecture in Australia 1890-1915", p.43 ("NSW,A Controlled Near Chaos", by Richard Apperly.