Australia’s first and oldest university building is reopened

Last night, the University of Melbourne reopened the Old Quad at its Parkville campus, a new chapter in the life of this most iconic building that stems from 1854 and was the first university building in Australia to commence construction. It is also where the foundation stone of the University was laid by the Lieutenant-Governor of Victoria, Sir Charles Hotham, in July 1854.

Yagan Square earns new accolades

Yagan Square, a new hot spot in Perth designed by Lyons Architecture in collaboration with Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects and landscape architects Aspect Studios has won Best Interpretation Project at the 2019 WA Heritage Awards.

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