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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Biosis Research acknowledges the contribution of the following people and organisations
in preparing this report:
Alison O’Connor, Greg Dunmill, Stuart Menzies; Dominic Di Martino (City of
Brimbank)
Sally Mitchell, Lydia Matthews (Biosis Research Pty. Ltd.)
ABBREVIATIONS
AAV
Aboriginal Affairs Victoria (Heritage Services Branch)
AHC
Australian Heritage Commission
AMG
Australian Map Grid
ATSIC
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
BP
Before Present
DCNR
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (now
DNRE)
DNRE
Department of Natural Resources and Environment
DSE
Department of Sustainability and Environment (formerly
DNRE)
DOI
Department of Infrastructure
DVC
Department for Victorian Communities
HV
Heritage Victoria (DSE)
ICOMOS
International Council on Monuments and Sites
LCC
Land Conservation Council
RNE
Register of the National Estate
VAS
Victoria Archaeological Survey (now part of AAV and
Heritage Victoria)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS..............................................................................................................
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1 INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................
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1.1 Brimbank Post-Contact Cultural Heritage Study, 2000
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1.2 Brimbank Heritage Review 2005.................................................................................
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2 PRECINCT REVIEWS
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2.1 HO19 Commonwealth Munitions Housing Estate (Heritage Area C in 2000 study)7
2.1.1 Contributory Places
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2.1.2 Demolished places
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Error! Bookmark not defined.
2.1.3 Recommendation:
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2.2 HO20 Leith Avenue Concrete Housing Estate (Heritage Area I in 2000 study)
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2.2.1 Contributory Places
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2.2.2 Demolished Places.........................................................
Error! Bookmark not defined.
2.2.3 Recommendation:
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2.3 HO21 ICI Heritage Area (Heritage Area D in 2000 study)
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2.3.1 Contributory Places
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2.3.2 Individual Places...........................................................................................................
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2.3.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
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2.3.4 Recommendation:
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2.4 HO22 ICI Housing Estate (Heritage Area E in 2000 study).....................................
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2.4.1 Contributory Places
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2.4.2 Demolished, typical or excluded places
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2.4.3 Recommendation:
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2.5 HO23 McKay Housing Estate - (Heritage Area B2 in 2000 study)
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2.5.1 Contributory Places
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2.5.2 Individual Places...........................................................................................................
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2.5.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
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2.5.4 Houses outside the reduced precinct.
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2.5.5 Recommendation:
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2.6 HO24 McKay Housing Estate - (Heritage Area B1 in 2000 study)
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2.6.1 Contributory Places
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2.6.2 Individual Places...........................................................................................................
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2.6.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
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2.6.4 Places outside the reduced precinct
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2.6.5 Recommendation:
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2.7 HO25 Railway Station Estate - (Heritage Area A in 2000 study)............................
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2.7.1 Contributory Places
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2.7.2 Individual Places...........................................................................................................
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2.7.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
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2.7.4 Houses outside the reduced precinct
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2.7.5 Recommendation:
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2.8 HO26 War Service Homes (Heritage Area G in 2000 study)...................................
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2.8.1 Contributory Places
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2.8.2 Demolished, typical or excluded places
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2.8.3 Recommendation:
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3 INDIVIDUAL PLACES
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3.1.1 Individual Places not in heritage precincts or existing overlays
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3.1.2 Places not proposed for individual heritage overlay control.........................................
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3.1.3 Places in Existing Heritage Overlay
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3.1.4 Recommendation
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4 PRECINCTS FROM 2000 STUDY NOT PROPOSED FOR HERITAGE OVERLAY..
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4.1 Keilor Village (Heritage Area H in 2000 study)
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4.1.1 Contributory places.......................................................................................................
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4.1.2 Recommendation:
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4.2 Keilor Market Gardens Landscape (Heritage Area J in 2000 study)
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4.2.1 Contributory places.......................................................................................................
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4.2.2 Recommendation:
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4.3 St. Albans Village Plan (Heritage Area F in 2000 study)
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4.3.1 Contributory places.......................................................................................................
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4.3.2 Recommendation:
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REFERENCES
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5 APPENDIX A – UPDATED PRECINCT REPORTS....................................................
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1 INTRODUCTION
Cultural heritage legislation protecting Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal heritage places
applies in Victoria.
Heritage places can provide us with important information about past lifestyles and
cultural change. Preserving and enhancing these important and non-renewable
resources is encouraged.
1.1 Brimbank Post-Contact Cultural Heritage Study,
2000
The City of Brimbank undertook a Post-Contact Cultural Heritage Study in 1999-2000.
Four volumes of the report documented 137 individual places of significance and eleven
heritage precincts. More than 700 properties and sites were listed in a larger database
compiled from field survey and historical research as part of the first stage of the study.
This database included places of contributory value within the proposed heritage
precincts, and places which either did not come up to the significance threshold for
nominating for including in the planning scheme heritage overlay, of where there were
insufficient resources for full assessment of all sites.
It should be noted that only a partial inventory of contributory places in three of the
precincts, was prepared (Precincts A B1 and B2 in the original study, numbered 4, 5 &
6 in the current Council mapping). This was based on identifying houses listed in
directories, MMBW plans and other historical sources. A further precinct was
considered for the area east of Sunshine Railway Station, but was not pursued due to
resource and time limitations during the study. The database, however, includes places
thought to be contributory to a potential precinct in this area.
1.2 Brimbank Heritage Review 2005
A review of the Heritage Study was requested by the City of Brimbank because of
perceived changes to identified heritage places in the past 5 years. Council undertook an
audit of planning and building permits conducted for the period 1999 to 2005 which has
been used in conjunction with a windscreen survey of individual places and precincts, to
produce this review report.
Anomalies were identified in the listing of contributory places within precincts. The
detailed survey and listing of contributory properties within the precincts was
undertaken in the original study as an add-on, due to concerns by council officers and
the consultants, of the fragmented nature of surviving places which contribute to the
significance of the precincts. This mainly effected the railway station estate precinct and
the McKay housing precincts (A B1 and B2 - these have been renumbered by Council
as Precincts 4, 5 and 6 respectively).
The review has reassessed these properties based on stylistic grounds and the current
condition and integrity of the surviving heritage places. The initial listing was based on
a review of historical sources, primarily the Sands & McDougall post office directories
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The review has identified some further places that are of a built style which contributes
to the significance of the period, even though they might have been constructed in a
slightly later period, but in a “retardetaire” style. In some cases the design and
construction may have been some years apart.
In some instances, places have been removed from the list of contributory properties,
because despite the historical sources indicating a construction date in the period of
significance, the surviving house is not stylistically of this period. These places are not
ones where the original house has been demolished or replaced, but where the initial
identification from historical sources was in error, or where the constructed house was
in a style not consistent with the specific criteria which form the significance of the
heritage area. Some properties were also miss-identified due to inadequate base
mapping used in the original survey, lack of house numbers or confusion regarding
property identification or property boundaries. These issues have been corrected as
much as possible in this review.
A small number of places have been demolished or so-altered that they no longer
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2 PRECINCT REVIEWS
The following tables list the contributory places in precincts where detailed survey has
been carried out. These tables list places in several categories:
Contributory heritage places including both those identified in the 2000 heritage
study Precinct Reports, and additional sites from the larger database and review
survey,
Individual heritage places within precincts,
Demolished or extensively altered places which are no longer contributory, and
Non contributory places either of typical significance, or places miss-identified in
the previous study, which do not contribute to the heritage significance of the
precinct, or which have not been sufficiently assessed.
Places identified in the 2000 Brimbank Heritage Study as contributory to the
precincts, but no longer included in the reduced precinct area in relation mainly to
the McKay King Edward Ave. Estate (HO24) and the Wright & Edwards Precinct
(HO 25).
The review has involved remapping and in some cases resurvey of the precincts. The
boundaries of the precincts have been modified from those identified in the original
2000 Brimbank Heritage Study in several respects. Mapping in the original study was
undertaken by the consultants using hand drafting over base plans. The current mapping
has been prepared by the City of Brimbank planning department using their GIS
software. Dominic Di Martino undertook the mapping with input from Alison O’Connor
of the City of Brimbank, and Gary Vines.
The main changes to boundaries are in the Wright & Edwards Estate, which has been
reduced to only the northern part of the original subdivision, and the McKay King
Edward Avenue Estate, which has been reduced on the east and west, where fewer
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2.1 HO19 Commonwealth Munitions Housing Estate
(Heritage Area C in 2000 study)
This is a very intact precinct with mostly only minor changes to houses. The precinct
compliments the similar area of Commonwealth Munitions Department housing on the
east side of Duke Street in the City of Maribyrnong, which has been included in a
Heritage Overlay on the Maribyrnong Planning Scheme (HO 5)
2.1.1 Contributory Places
STREET
NO
STREET
DATE DESCRIPTION
1
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
3
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
7
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house - clad with fake brick fibre cement panels
9
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
11
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
13
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
14
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
15
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
16
Baker Street
1942 Concrete detached house
2
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
4
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
6
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
8
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
10
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
12
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
14
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
16
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
18
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
20
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
22
Cobrey Street
1942 brick duplex
112 Devonshire Rd. 1942 Concrete detached house
114 Devonshire Rd. 1942 Concrete detached house
116 Devonshire Rd. 1942 Concrete detached house
118 Devonshire Rd. 1942 Concrete detached house
120 Devonshire Rd. 1942 Concrete detached house
122 Devonshire Rd. 1942 Concrete detached house
124 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
126 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
128 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
130 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
132 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
134 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
136 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
138 Devonshire Rd. 1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
51
Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
53
Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
55
Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
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Duke Street
1942 brick duplex
75
Duke Street
1942 brick duplex, recently rendered
77
Duke Street
1940s brick detached house
1
Lowe Crescent
1942 Concrete detached house - dual occupancy with 2000c rendered two
storey brick veneer at rear - No 12 Baker Street.
3
Lowe Crescent
1942 Concrete detached house
5
Lowe Crescent
1942 Concrete detached house
7
Lowe Crescent
1942 Concrete detached house
9
Lowe Crescent
1942 Concrete detached house
11
Lowe Crescent
1942 Concrete detached house
13
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
15
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
17
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
19
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
21
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
23
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
25
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
27
Lowe Crescent
1942 brick duplex
10
Monash Street
1942 brick duplex
2
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
4
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
6
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
8
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
10
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
12
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
14
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
16
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
18
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
20
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
22
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
24
Nixon Street
1942 Concrete detached house
26
Nixon Street
1942 brick duplex
28
Nixon Street
1942 brick duplex
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Nixon Street
1942 brick detached house
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Nixon Street
1942 brick duplex
2
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
3
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
4
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
5
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
6
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
7
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
8
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
10
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
11
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
12
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
13
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
14
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
15
Yewers Street
1942 Concrete detached house
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2.1.2 Demolished and non-contributory places
STREET
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Baker Street
2000s now pair of modern semi detached brick veneers
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Duke Street
1950s brick veneer
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Duke Street
1950s brick veneer
59
Duke Street
vacant
61
Duke Street
vacant - new development
1
Yewers Street
2000c mock colonial brick veneer units
9
Yewers Street
1980s 2 storey brown brick veneer
2
Monash Street
1960s Service station
2.1.3 Recommendation:
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2.2 HO20 Leith Avenue Concrete Housing Estate
(Heritage Area I in 2000 study)
The Leith Ave precinct comprises 12 surviving houses from an original estate of 26,
which still form a very consistent group around an unusual loop road with wide central
park-like median.
2.2.1 Contributory Places
Place
NO STREET
STREET CNR
DATE
Concrete House
1
Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
3
Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
5
Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
7
Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
9
Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
11 Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
13 Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
15 Leith Ave.
1924
Concrete House
51 Hampshire Road
1924
Concrete House
53 Hampshire Road
1924
Brick clad House
55 Hampshire Road
1924
Concrete House
57 Hampshire Road Leith Ave
1924
2.2.2 Demolished and non-contributory places
Place
NO STREET
STREET CNR
DATE
Vacant lot
17 Leith Ave.
Vacant
2-18 Leith Ave.
Vacant lot
59 Hampshire Road Leith Ave
Vacant lot
61 Hampshire Road
Vacant lot
63 Hampshire Road
Vacant lot
65 Hampshire Road
The allotment at the west end of the precinct (Number 17) identifies the former extent
of the estate on the south side of Leith Avenue, but the house has been demolished. All
the houses on the north side of Leith Ave, and at 59-61 Hampshire Road, have also been
demolished.
2.2.3 Recommendation:
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2.3 HO21 ICI Heritage Area (Heritage Area D in 2000
study)
There are several components in this precinct, including the various parts of the former
ICI explosives and plastics factory and the employees houses and amenities along
Ballarat Road, and set in from Station Road on the west of the site. Substantial
demolitions were occurring in the late 1990s and early 2000s, including the large
managers’ houses on Ballarat Road, several of the factory buildings, the gate house and
other structures.
2.3.1 Contributory Places
Place
No Street
Date Description
ICI House
785 Ballarat Road 1930 Brick rendered Californian Bungalow in Bungalow group
ICI House
787 Ballarat Road 1940 Brick house with altered facade in Bungalow group
ICI House
789 Ballarat Road 1925c Brick Californian Bungalow with stained shingles, wire
fabric fence in Bungalow group
ICI House
791 Ballarat Road 1925c Brick Californian Bungalow with stained shingles, in
Bungalow group altered in 1980s
ICI House
793 Ballarat Road 1925c Brick Californian Bungalow in Bungalow group altered
ICI House
795 Ballarat Road 1925c Brick Californian Bungalow in Bungalow group with triple
gables to front
ICI House
797 Ballarat Road 1925c Brick Californian Bungalow with enclosed verandah in
cream brick
Deer Park cricket ground
pavilion and recreation
reserve
Hume Street 1920s- Gable and hipped roof, evidence of former fretwork, gum
rows around reserve
Bungalow
3 Hume Street 1940s brick and rendered
Bungalow
5 Hume Street 1940s red brick
Bungalow
7 Hume Street 1940s brick
Bungalow
4 Hyde Street 1920c. Indian Bungalow style
Bungalow
6 Hyde Street 1920c. Indian Bungalow style, unpainted weatherboard
Bungalow
10 Hyde Street 1920c. Indian Bungalow style
Bungalow
12 Hyde Street 1920c. Indian Bungalow style
Bungalow
16 Hyde Street 1911c. Early core (rough-cast sheet, corner piers) added to
Bungalow
20 Hyde Street 1911c. Early core (rough-cast sheet, corner piers)
Bungalow
22 Hyde Street 1911c. Early core (rough-cast sheet, corner piers) added to,
Bungalow
24 Hyde Street 1911c. Early core (rough-cast sheet, corner piers)
ICI House
52 Station Road 1920s- altered Cottage style, concrete? Tapered chimneys
ICI House
54 Station Road 1920s- altered Cottage style, concrete? Tapered chimneys
ICI House
56 Station Road 1920s- altered Cottage style, concrete? Tapered chimneys
ICI House
58 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
60 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
62 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
64 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
66 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
68 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
70 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
72 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
74 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
ICI House
76 Station Road 1920s- Indian Bungalow style
2.3.2 Individual Places
Site
No
Level:
Place
No Street
Date
127 archaeological Braybrook Shire Hall site
Ballarat Road 1885
007 State
ICI Explosives Laboratory
Ballarat Road 1875
006 State
ICI Explosives complex (now ORICA)
Ballarat Road 1875
076 Local
Hunt Club Hotel
775 Ballarat Road 1886/1920s?
009 State
ICI Leathercloth Factory
Station Road 1920
083 Local
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Note: all of the above places are also contributory to the significance of the precinct.
2.3.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
Site
No
Significance Place
2.3.3.1
Street
Street Cnr Date Description
demolished ICI - former Federal
Fertilizers
Ballarat Road
1890 1904 Demolished 1997 Large
timber framed building
008 demolished ICI Gatehouse
Ballarat Road
1920s Brick, hipped-roof building
with terra cotta tiles
demolished House ICI manager 757 Ballarat Road
1925c Notable timber Indian
Bungalow style house,
demolished House ICI manager 761 Ballarat Road
1925c Notable timber Indian
Bungalow style house,
typical
Deer Park
Kindergarten
799 Ballarat Road Station Road/Hume
Street
1960s Cream Brick modernist
structure
demolished I.C.I. Ammonia Plant Ballarat Road Fitzgerald
Road
1940 c. Mostly demolished for
Ring Road, storage
buildings remain.
Typical house
1 Hume Street
1960s brick veneer
Typical house
9 Hume Street
1950s brick veneer
demolished house
11 Hume Street
1950s Brick veneer
Typical house
2 Hyde Street
1960s cream brick veneer
demolished vacant
8 Hyde Street
1920c. vacant block
demolished house
14 Hyde Street
1980s Modern brick veneer
demolished house
18 Hyde Street
1980s Modern brick veneer
2.3.4 Recommendation:
It is recommended that the precinct is retained and included as a heritage overlay.
It is also recommended that a Conservation Management Plan is prepared, which could
be used as an incorporated document in conjunction with the heritage overlay. This
document could also guide future conservation of the site in the context of the operating
factories, and so allow necessary exemptions for maintenance, repair and new works
that do not impact adversely on the significance of the place.

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2.4 HO22 ICI Housing Estate (Heritage Area E in 2000
study)
The initial precinct report did not separately identify contributory places as the vast
majority of houses in the designated area were original houses from the 1950s period.
The Deer Park Kindergarten, although later is relevant, as is the earlier sugar gum
plantation along Station Road, which helps define the estate. Sassella Reserve is also a
key component. The council permit audit identified that some houses had been
demolished including numbers 10, 18 & 36 Millbank Drive and 4 Slough Street.
Reinspection has identified other properties, which have been rebuilt prior to 1999. A
number of houses were reclad in faux brick cement fibre board in the 1970s, but this is
universally applied to the exterior of existing weatherboard, meaning it is quite
reversible.
2.4.1 Contributory Places
Level: Place
No
Street
Date Description
Contributory ICI houses
1-33
Dumfries Street 1950c Timber houses
Contributory ICI Houses
1-5,
Huddersfield Road 1950c Timber houses,
Contributory ICI houses
1-9, 13, 2-28 Irvine Street 1950c Timber houses
Contributory ICI houses
1-45, 2, 6-38 Kynoch Street 1950c Timber houses
Contributory ICI houses
2-8, 12-16,
20-34 Millbank Drive 1950c Timber house
Contributory
1-13, 6-12 Slough Street 1950c Timber houses
Contributory Sassella Park war
memorial
119
Station Road 1950c Park with grandstand and swimming
pool (1960s - 70s.
Local Vic Weaver plantation
Sugar Gum plantations
Station Road 1930c State Government Sugar Gums
plantation in median
Contributory ICI houses
1-17, 2-36 Welwyn Parade 1950c Timber houses
2.4.2 Demolished, typical or excluded places
Level Place
Street
Date Description
Typical Deer Park Kindergarten 1 Millbank Drive
1960c Timber clad low pitched roof with
awnings
Typical Deer Park Angelical
Church
44-48 Welwyn Pde
1950s Cream Brick Church and hall
demolished ICI house
10 Millbank Drive
2000c Recent weatherboard with
colourbond roof (possible rebuild)
demolished ICI house
18 Millbank Drive
2000c Recent weatherboard with
colourbond roof (possible rebuild)
demolished ICI house
36 Millbank Drive
2000c Recent brick veneer with colourbond
roof
demolished ICI house
2 Slough Street
2000c Recent weatherboard with
colourbond roof (possible rebuild)
demolished ICI house
4 Slough Street
2000c Recent weatherboard with
colourbond roof (possible rebuild)
demolished ICI house
4 Kynoch Street
1990s Brick veneer units
demolished ICI house
20A Kynoch Street
1990s Rear unit in dual occupancy added,
front house intact.
demolished ICI house
11 Irvine Street
1950c Timber house. Altered or rebuilt
demolished ICI house
38 A Millbank Drive
1990s Rear unit in dual occupancy added,
front house intact (1 Welwyn Pde)
Other houses of the period are also present on the north side of Dumfries Street, (Numbers 2-26), on the
block along Welwyn Parade (Numbers 19-31, 32-42) north of Salmond Street and along the west side of
Station Road between Dumfries Street and Billingham Road. These are outside of the proposed precinct
boundary. Also the Vic Weaver plantation in the Station Road median, was formerly part of the Albion
Explosives Factory and contributes to the wider landscape character of the precinct.

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2.4.3 Recommendation:
It is recommended that the precinct is retained and included as a heritage overlay. The
suburb contains several more similar houses. The North side of Dumfries Street and
houses extending along Station Road from Dumfries Street to Billingham Road are also
part of the original ICI estate, while there are a few other houses of the style outside the
proposed precinct boundary. The Deer Park Uniting (Anglican) Church on the corner
of Dumfries and Welwyn Parade is historically linked to the estate, but slightly later.
There is potential therefore to extend the precinct to include these elements.

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2.5 HO23 McKay Housing Estate - Durham Road
(Heritage Area B2 in 2000 study)
Precinct 5 comprises the McKay housing estate south and west of the railway line and
represents surviving houses from the period 1900 to the 1930s, when the Harvester
work dominated Sunshine. However, flat development in the 1960s and 70s, demolition
of some houses have left parts of the original estate with only fragmentary surviving
early buildings, and later infill houses are interspersed with irregularly placed period
houses.
2.5.1 Contributory Places
Place
Street
No
Street
Date Description
hall
Anderson Road c1915. former church hall at rear of St. Lukes,
house
70 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
72 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
82 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
83 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
84 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
85 Anderson Road 1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
86 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
87 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
88 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
89 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
90 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
91 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
92 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
96 Anderson Road 1910-15 Weatherboard bungalow
house
97 Anderson Road 1910-15
house
99 Anderson Road 1910-15
Gross's
Pharmacy
2 City Place
1920s Corner shop in prominent location
Shop Row 4-14 City Place
1920s Shop row related to Gross's Chemist shop on the Sun
Crescent Corner.
House
3 Corio Street 1910c Older type house in area
House
5 Corio Street 1930c Older type brick house in area
House
7 Corio Street 1930c Older type brick house in area
Shop and
House
110 Derby Road 1910c Brick Shop in front of Weatherboard California Bungalow style
residence
House
114 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
116 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
124 Derby Road 1910c Roughcast California Bungalow style house
House
126 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
128 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
130 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
132 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
142 Derby Road 1910c Older type house in area
House
144 Derby Road 1910c Weatherboard California Bungalow style house
House
146 Derby Road 1910c Older type house in area
Shop, altered 111 Durham Road 1920s Early shop in street, complements 113
Shop
113 Durham Road 1925-30c Unusual styling for shop in area
house
129 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
131 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
Home
133 Durham Road 1920s The house is weatherboard, with verandah and a terracotta
tiled roof.
house
135 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
137 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
139 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
140 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
143 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
146 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
147 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
148 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
149 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
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house
156 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
158 Durham Road 1920s weatherboard house
house
1 Fraser Street 1913 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
3 Fraser Street 1918 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
5 Fraser Street 1913 Partly intact, recent obtrusive garage constructed and raised
rear extension.
house
7 Fraser Street 1913 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
9 Fraser Street 1913 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
11 Fraser Street 1913 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
13 Fraser Street 1913 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
15 Fraser Street 1911 Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
17 Fraser Street 1920s Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
19 Fraser Street 1918 c. Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
23 Fraser Street 1920s Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. front verandah
house
20 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
22 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
24 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
26 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
28 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
30 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
32 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
42 Graham Street 1920s-30s concrete block house - unusual style Californian Bungalow
house
69 Graham Street 1920s-30s weatherboard house
house
71 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
73 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
75 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
81 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
85 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
87 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
89 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
91 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
house
93 Graham Street 1920s weatherboard house
Corner Shop
and house
77 Hampshire Road 1915c Brick corner shop with attached residence
Shop
23 Sun Crescent 1930s Early brick shop
House
37 Sun Crescent 1920s Unusual large house with attic room, gables
House
41 Sun Crescent 1940s
House
43 Sun Crescent 1930-40 Large interwar style brick house
House
47 Sun Crescent 1920s
House
1/1 Watt Street 1920-30 Timber Californian Bungalow style house, Unit development at
rear.
House
1/2 Watt Street 1910c Older type house in area, Unit development at rear.
House
3 Watt Street 1910c Timber Californian Bungalow style house
House
6 Watt Street 1910c Older type house in area, recently burnt out - now only shell
House
7 Watt Street 1910c Timber Californian Bungalow style house
House
10 Watt Street 1910c Interwar style timber house now burnt out shell
House
11 Watt Street 1910c Older type house in area
House
13 Watt Street 1910c Timber Californian Bungalow style house
House
1/19 Watt Street 1910-20 Timber Californian Bungalow style house, Unit development at
rear.
2.5.2 Individual Places
Site
Number
Level: Place
No Street
Street Cnr Date
065 Local Former Sunshine Mechanics Institute Library
(existing HO9)
1 Corio Street
1912
055 Metropolitan ANZ Bank, former ES&A bank
115 Durham Road
1960c
119 City
Presbyterian Manse - Kirby House
127 Durham Road Watt St. 1914
057 Metropolitan Derrimut Hotel
132 Durham Road Sun Crs 1929
120 City
William McKay house
150 Durham Road
1920s
109 Local Sunshine State Primary School 3113
69 Hampshire Road Derby Rd 1931
124 City
Church of Christ
81 Hampshire Road
1936
125 City
Masonic Lodge No. 226
93 Hampshire Road
1926 c.
126 City
Sunshine Picture Theatre
128 Hampshire Road
1925, altered
1936
040 Local Sunshine Advocate office & shops
11- 15 Sun Crescent
1926 c.
059 Metropolitan Robinson House
33 Sun Crescent Watt St. 1923
058 Metropolitan St. Mark's Anglican Church
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074 Local Lions House of Sunshine
8 Watt Street Corio St 1958-
Note - of the above places all are also contributory to the McKay Estate Precinct with
the exceptions of the ESA bank (055) St Marks Church (058) although the adjoining
timber hall is contributory, and the Lions Club (074)
2.5.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
Level: Significance Place
No Street
Street
Cnr
Date Description
demolished house
78 Anderson Road also No.
80 1980s+ modern brick veneer units
demolished house
101 Anderson Road
1910-15
demolished Shop, altered
105 Anderson Road Fraser Street. 1914 Early corner shop
Typical
Fence - Windmill brand
iron
Corio Street
rear fence opposite Lions
clubrooms,
demolished House
120 Derby Road
2000c modern brick veneer,
formerly Weatherboard
California Bungalow style
house
demolished Corner Shop, altered 136 Derby Road
1914 Early corner shop with house
attached
demolished House
138 Derby Road
1910c Weatherboard California
Bungalow style house
Typical
house
21 Fraser Street
1930c Weatherboard house with
corrugated iron roof. front
verandah
.
house
25 Fraser Street
1940s Brick house
demolished house
40 Graham Street
1970s brick veneer 2 story
Typical
Court house, police
complex
Sun Crescent
1950-
demolished House
45 Sun Crescent
1940s
demolished House
15 Watt Street
1990s brick veneer units replacing
earlier timber home
2.5.4 Houses outside the reduced precinct.
As council has proposed reducing the extent of the overlay, a number of properties are
no longer in the proposed precinct.
Place
Street
No
Street
Street Cnr
Date Description
House
135 Derby Road
1910c Older house in area, corner position
Shop Row
84 Hampshire Road 84 - 90
1915c Brick corner shop row
Crittall's Window
Frame Factory
100 Hampshire Road Derby Road
1924 Former steel and glass facade, now
demolished
Sunshine Timber Yard 122 Hampshire Road
1922 Large brick building of Post WW II
part demolished
2.5.5 Recommendation:
It is recommended that the precinct is retained and included as a heritage overlay. The
area behind Anderson Road and Fraser Street near the creek is not included, as this is a
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2.6 HO24 McKay Housing Estate - King Edward Avenue
(Heritage Area B1 in 2000 study)
Like Precinct 5, the McKay housing estate north of the railway line represents surviving
houses from the period 1900 to the 1930s, when the Harvester work dominated
Sunshine. Again there are fragmentary areas where flat development and later infill are
interspersed with irregularly placed period houses.
2.6.1 Contributory Places
Place
Street
No
Street
Street Cnr Date Description
house
18 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
19 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
20 Adelaide Street Drummartin 1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
21 Adelaide Street
1920s
house
27 Adelaide Street
1920s
house
31 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
35 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
42 Adelaide Street Kamarooka 1920s- roughcast and weatherboard bungalow
house
1 Burnewang Street
1916 weatherboard
house
2 Burnewang Street
1916 weatherboard
house
3 Burnewang Street
1913 weatherboard, Hipped roof, bullnose
verandah, current renovation
Jones house
5 Burnewang Street
1911 weatherboard
house
9 Burnewang Street
1911 weatherboard
Pippett house
11 Burnewang Street
1913 weatherboard
house
13 Burnewang Street
1916 The present weatherboard house has
undergone extensive renovation, but it is
probably the original house of c. 1916.
House
2 Drummartin Street
1910-20s weatherboard bungalow
House
4 Drummartin Street
1910-20s weatherboard bungalow (dual occupancy
at rear)
House
6 Drummartin Street
1910-20s weatherboard bungalow
House
8 Drummartin Street
1910-20s weatherboard bungalow
house
13 Drummartin Street
1910-20s weatherboard bungalow
J.L. Scott House 20 Forrest Street
1911 well preserved in area
Bain House
32 Forrest Street
1911 well preserved in area
House
34 Forrest Street
1915-20c well preserved in area
House
36 Forrest Street
1912 c. well preserved in area
house
12 Hutchinson Street
1910-20 weatherboard
house
16 Hutchinson Street
1910-20 weatherboard
house
18 Hutchinson Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
9 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard bungalow
house
11 Kamarooka Street
1910-20
house
13 Kamarooka Street
1910-20
house
15 Kamarooka Street
1910-20
house
17 Kamarooka Street
1910-20
House
35 King Edward Avenue
1915c
House
37 King Edward Avenue
1915c
House
39 King Edward Avenue
1915c
House
40 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
House
41 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard hipped roof, double fronted
House
42 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
House & Canary
Island date palms
44 King Edward Avenue
1920s There are three large Canary Island date
palms, Phoenix canariensis , next to a
1920s much altered weatherboard house.
The palms are thought to have been
planted c. 1920s.
House
46 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
House
48 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
House
49 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard hipped roof, double fronted
House
51 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard bungalow
House
53 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard bungalow
House and shop 54 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard house – shop at front
individually listed.
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56 King Edward Avenue
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Street
No
Street
Street Cnr Date Description
house
58 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
60 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
64 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
66 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
67 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
69 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
71 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard bungalow
house
1 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
2 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
5 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
6 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
7 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
10 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
11 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
12 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
14 Kororoit Street
1910-15 weatherboard bungalow
house
5 Ridley Street
1909
house
7 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
9 Ridley Street
1915-20c
Concrete house 11 Ridley Street
1909
Concrete house 17 Ridley Street
1909
house
19 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
21 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
23 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
26 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
29 Ridley Street
1915-20c Weatherboard, Hipped roof, bullnose
verandah, on subdivided allotment with
new units constructed at rear.
house
33 Ridley Street
1915-20c Weatherboard bungalow
house
34 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
35 Ridley Street
1915-20c Weatherboard bungalow may be a later
building?
house
38 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
40 Ridley Street
1910c Edwardian era house, with related fence
and colours, old for area- connected with
church?
House "Alston Moor" 2 Sydney Street
1910-20c Weatherboard, with corrugated iron roof,
and verandah across the front of the
house. Brick chimney
House
5 Sydney Street
1914 Wide gable and verandah across the
entire front of the house
McGovern House 7 Sydney Street
1911 Weatherboard, with corrugated iron roof,
and verandah across the front of the
house. Brick chimney
House "Warrawel" 10 Sydney Street
1913 weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House
11 Sydney Street
Burnewang 1910-20c weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House "Melton" 12 Sydney Street
1913 weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House "Graceville" 13 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
Stark House
14 Sydney Street
Ridley St. 1911 weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House
15 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah includes Canary Palm in
front yard
House
17 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House
19 Sydney Street
Drummartin 1910-20c brick shop on corner with weatherboard
house with corrugated iron roof and
verandah
House
22 Sydney Street
1912c weatherboard house, corrugated iron roof
Whiting house
23 Sydney Street
1912c Large weatherboard house, slatted
verandah, hipped and gabled
House
25 Sydney Street
1910-20 weatherboard with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House
26 Sydney Street
1915c A relatively elaborate timber
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Street
No
Street
Street Cnr Date Description
ornament.
House
31 Sydney Street
1920s weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
33 Sydney Street
1915-20c Brick bungalow
House
35 Sydney Street
1920s weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
36 Sydney Street
1910-20c former weatherboard bungalow reclad in
1960s in red brick with corrugated iron roof
and verandah
House
37 Sydney Street
Kamarooka 1915-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
38 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
42 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
44 Sydney Street
1910-20c re-roofed in 1960s with lower pitched steel
decking
House
46 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
48 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
50 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
52 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
54 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
56 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
58 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
60 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
62 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
64 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
66 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
House
68 Sydney Street
1910-20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated
iron roof and verandah
2.6.2 Individual Places
Site
No
Level: Place
No Street
Street Cnr Date
060 Local Boorer House
45 King Edward Avenue
1914
061 Local Shop only
54 King Edward Avenue
1920s
069 Local Sunshine Baptist Church
16 Sydney Street
& 16A
1919
Note – all of the above places, with the exception of St Teresa’s Church and school
(063)
are also contributory to the significance of the precinct.
2.6.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
Level: Significance Place
No Street
Street Cnr Date Description
Typical
house
1 Adelaide Street Forrest St 1950s weatherboard bungalow
demolished house
4 Adelaide Street
1920s recently demolished former
weatherboard bungalow
demolished or
altered
house
6 Adelaide Street
1920s Former weatherboard bungalow,
converted to flats, recently with two
story addition built on shell of
original house.
Typical
house
13 Adelaide Street
1950s reclad weatherboard bungalow,
Typical
house
16 Adelaide Street
1940s cream brick waterfall front style
Typical
Operation Snail
house
25 Adelaide Street
1950s weatherboard bungalow Operation
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Typical
house
33 Adelaide Street
1940s
Typical
house
37 Adelaide Street
1940s
demolished Sunshine Tennis
Club
Anderson Road
1909 original shelter and courts
demolished
Typical
house
10 Drummartin Street
1940s weatherboard bungalow
Typical
house
3 Hutchinson Street
1940s weatherboard bungalow
Typical
house
13 King Edward Avenue
1940c
Typical
house
50 King Edward Avenue
1930s Attractive clinker brick and
rendered Bungalow
Typical
house
43 King Edward Avenue
1940s Weatherboard bungalow
Typical
house
61 King Edward Avenue
1930s Weatherboard bungalow
Typical
house
62 King Edward Avenue
1960s brick veneer
Typical
house
63 King Edward Avenue
1930s Weatherboard bungalow
Typical
house
65 King Edward Avenue
1930s Weatherboard bungalow
Typical
Operation Snail
house
68 King Edward Avenue
1950 Operation Snail weatherboard
house
Typical
house
86 King Edward Avenue
1940s Weatherboard bungalow
Typical
house
3 Kororoit Street
1920-30 weatherboard bungalow
demolished
1999
house
4 Kororoit Street
1910-15 Brick veneer - former
weatherboard bungalow
demolished house
demolished?
10 Ridley Street
2000c Brick veneer flats replaced former
weatherboard bungalow
demolished House
20 Sydney Street
Drummartin 1911 Edwardian era, high cypress
hedge fence original
Typical
House
29 Sydney Street
King Edward 1970s Modern brick veneer
demolished D.B. Ferguson
house
24 Talmage Street
1900- 10c demolished 1998, formerly a large
altered weatherboard Edwardian
some trees, planting includes
grevillea, silky oak, pepper tree.
2.6.4 Places outside the reduced precinct
As council has proposed reducing the extent of the overlay slightly, a number of
properties are no longer in the proposed precinct. These are to the east and west of the
proposed precinct boundary in Adelaide, Burnewang, Drummartin, Ridley, Kamarooka,
and Forrest Streets, King Edward Avenue, and Anderson Road.
Place
Street
No
Street
Street Cnr Date Description
house
2 Adelaide Street Forrest St 1920s- weatherboard bungalow, recent
subdivision and new building built in rear
yard, now 54 Forrest St.
house
3 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
shop & house
133 Anderson Road Ridley St 1910-15 Brick corner shop attached to brick and
weatherboard bungalow
house
139 Anderson Road
1910s
house
17 Burnewang Street
1920s Weatherboard house with an iron roof,
terracotta chimney pot and timber
fretworked verandah.
house
19 Burnewang Street
1920s weatherboard
house
21 Burnewang Street
1920s weatherboard
house
25 Burnewang Street
1920s weatherboard
house
30 Burnewang Street
1920s weatherboard
house
32 Burnewang Street
1920s weatherboard
house
34 Burnewang Street
1920s weatherboard
House
46 Forrest Street
1915
Henry B. Smith House 50 Forrest Street
1910 Large house originally clad with
weatherboards, now painted. The large
gables on three sides and long front
verandah are a prominent feature. Inside
the house, all the main rooms have
pressed metal ceilings.
House
60 Forrest Street
1930s Timber Bungalow originally of oiled
weatherboards.
House
64 Forrest Street
1930s Bungalow
House
68 Forrest Street
1930s Bungalow
House
70 Forrest Street
1930s Bungalow
house
1 Hutchinson Street
1920s- weatherboard bungalow
house
5 Hutchinson Street
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house
28 Hutchinson Street
1910-20 weatherboard bungalow
Recreation reserve
pavilion
2 King Edward Avenue
1920c Sunshine Fly Casting Club, dado
weatherboard and cement sheet, altered
army hut behind.
house
24 King Edward Avenue
1915c
house
25 King Edward Avenue
1915c side entrance, weatherboard, hipped roof.
house
26 King Edward Avenue
1915c
house
28 King Edward Avenue
1915c
house
30 King Edward Avenue
1915c
house
74 King Edward Avenue
1920s Weatherboard bungalow
house
75 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard bungalow
house
77 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard bungalow
house
78 King Edward Avenue
1930s Weatherboard bungalow
house
79 King Edward Avenue
1915c Weatherboard bungalow
house
81 King Edward Avenue
1930s Weatherboard bungalow
Shop & residence
Ridley Street
Anderson
Road
1915-20c
house
4 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
8 Ridley Street
1915-20c
house
22 Ridley Street
1915-20c timber bungalow intact in front of block
with unit development at rear c2000?
The Gables garden 16 Talmage Street
1907 c. garden, trees & HV McKay house site
2.6.5 Recommendation:
The precinct is retained and included as a heritage overlay. Council has proposed a
modification to the precinct boundaries to reduce the inclusion of non contributory
properties as there are some large areas of demolished and replaced houses within the
proposed precinct. It should be noted that many of the non-contributory places are
timber bungalows of the 1930s, which are in a sympathetic and harmonious infills, and
reflect the continuation of the harvester workers theme in the development of the area.

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2.7 HO25 Railway Station Estate - Wright & Edwards
(Heritage Area A in 2000 study)
The Railway Station Estate has a mix of houses with the small core of late nineteenth
century detached row houses, some timber 1890s and Edwardian style buildings, and
the majority of the early building stock represented by timber Interwar and Californian
Bungalow Styles. A hiatus may be evident between the initial and post WWI
development, with the outer edges of the estate generally having post 1930 building
stock. The initial listing of places was based on directory listings and missed many
“retardataire” houses that are stylistically consistent with the significant theme.
2.7.1 Contributory Places
Place Street
No
Street
Corner
Date Description
House 2 Benjamin Street Stanford St 1915c bullnose verandah, Edwardian era house
House 4 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 5 Benjamin Street
1930s weatherboard house
House 7 Benjamin Street
1930s weatherboard house
House 8 Benjamin Street
1915c altered Edwardian era house, verandah stripped, part
House
of old street, allotment boundaries do not appear to
9 Benjamin Street
1930s weatherboard house check, demolition permit issued
House
2004
10 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 12 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House
"Blampina" 14 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 15 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 18 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 19 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 21 Benjamin Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 23 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 38 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 45 Benjamin Street
1920s well preserved weatherboard, recent work on block,
and fencing, suggest likely redevelopment
House 46 Benjamin Street
1930c weatherboard house
House 47 Benjamin Street Hampshire
Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 48 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 49 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 50 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 51 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 52 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 53 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 54 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 55 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 56 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 57 Benjamin Street
1920-30 weatherboard house
House 58 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 59 Benjamin Street
1930s weatherboard house
House 61 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 62 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 63 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 64 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 65 Benjamin Street
1920s altered weatherboard house
House 66 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 67 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 68 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 69 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 70 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
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No
Street
Corner
Date Description
House 72 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 73 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 75 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 76 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 77 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 78 Benjamin Street
1930c weatherboard house
House 79 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 81 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 82 Benjamin Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 30 Hampshire Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 32 Hampshire Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 33 Hampshire Road
1930s weatherboard house
Corner Shop
and house
36 Hampshire Road Benjamin St 1898 Altered Brick corner shop with weatherboard house
behind
House 40 Hampshire Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 41 Hampshire Road
1930s weatherboard house
House 42 Hampshire Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 43 Hampshire Road Morris St 1920s weatherboard house
House 47 Hampshire Road Morris St 1920s weatherboard house
House 49 Hampshire Road
1910-20 weatherboard house
House 94 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 95 Morris Street
1915c Cast iron verandahs, well preserved weatherboard
houses, in street mainly from 1920s and later
House 97 Morris Street
1915c Cast iron verandahs, well preserved weatherboard
House
houses, in street mainly from 1920s and later.
99 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 100 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 101 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 103 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 105 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 106 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 110 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 113 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 115 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 117 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 119 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 120 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 121 Morris Street
1920s Californian bungalow style, (in disrepair 2005)
House
diamond pattern lead light, rough cast and
122 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 123 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 124 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 125 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 127 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 129 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 135 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 136 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 137 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 138 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 140 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 141 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 142 Morris Street
1930s weatherboard house
House 143 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house, single house appears to cover
two blocks shown subdivided in cadastre
House 144 Morris Street
1915c. Unusual weatherboard and block fronted Edwardian
era house, recent carport added at side
House 145 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house, single house appears to cover
two blocks shown subdivided in cadastre
House 154 Morris Street
1920- 30s weatherboard house
House 156 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 158 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 159 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
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No
Street
Corner
Date Description
House 162 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 163 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 164 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 165 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 167 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 168 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 169 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 171 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 173 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 175 Morris Street
1920s weatherboard house, altered windows, recent addition
House
of disabled ramp
179 Morris Street
1890s Single fronted ashlar fronted timber cottage, convex
House
verandah, appears subdivided from corner block
51 Stanford Street
1900c hipped roofed, weatherboard house
2.7.2 Individual Places
Site
Number
LEVEL: Place
Street
No
STREET
DATE
105
Weatherboard house 6 Hampshire Road 1911c
113 Local
Parsons house
114 Morris Street
1890s
137 Regional Victorian Row House 35 Benjamin Street 1890-91c
136 Regional Victorian Row House 33 Benjamin Street 1890-91c
135 Regional Victorian Row House 31 Benjamin Street 1890-91c
134 Regional Victorian Row House 29 Benjamin Street 1890-91c
133 Regional Victorian Row House 25 Benjamin Street 1890-91c
Note - all of the above places are also contributory to the significance of the precinct, as
well as being of individual historical significance.
2.7.3 Demolished, typical or excluded places
Level: Place
Street
No
Street
Street Cnr Date Description
Local House
46 Hampshire Road Morris St 1955c Waterfall fronted cream brick house,
with fence, garden and rag curtains
Local Richards Dairy, former 44 Hampshire Road Morris St 1935-40c Moderne style dairy, rounded forms,
fins, corner site- over-painted
Typical House
34 Chapman Street
1930c weatherboard house
Typical House
20 Chapman Street
1930c weatherboard house
Typical House
20 Benjamin Street
1940c weatherboard house
Typical House
22 Benjamin Street
1940c weatherboard house
Typical House
69 Benjamin Street
1940s weatherboard house
Typical House
24 Chapman Street
1930c weatherboard house
Typical House
77 Couch Street
1950s weatherboard house
Typical House
72 Chapman Street
1930s weatherboard house
Typical House
15 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
Typical House
27 Chapman Street
1930c weatherboard house
Typical House
2 Couch Street
1930s weatherboard house
Typical House
10 Couch Street
1930s weatherboard house
Typical House
14 Couch Street
1930s weatherboard house
Typical House
75 Couch Street
1940s weatherboard house
Typical House
22 Chapman Street
1930c weatherboard house
2.7.4 Houses outside the reduced precinct
As council has proposed reducing the extent of the overlay, a number of properties are
no longer in the proposed precinct. These are to the south of the proposed precinct
boundary in Chapman and Couch Streets.

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No
Street
Corner
Date Description
House 10 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 17 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 25 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 29 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 31 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 35 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 42 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 44 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 46 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 48 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 50 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 52 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 53 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 55 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 56 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 61 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 63 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 65 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 68 Chapman Street
1920-30 weatherboard house
House 69 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 70 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 74 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 75 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 77 Chapman Street
1920c weatherboard house
House 5 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 7 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 9 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 17 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 19 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 21 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 26 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 29 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 30 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 34 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 36 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 38 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 50 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 51 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 56 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 59 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 71 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 79 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 81 Couch Street
1920s weatherboard house
House 19 Hampshire Road
1930s weatherboard house
House 20 Hampshire Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 21 Hampshire Road
1930s weatherboard house
House 22 Hampshire Road
1920s weatherboard house
House 23 Hampshire Road Chapman St 1930s weatherboard house
House 88 Wright Street
1915c weatherboard house
Beanland
House
23 Couch Street
1920 c. Site number 099 Local
2.7.5 Recommendation:
It is recommended that the precinct is retained and included as a heritage overlay. A
modification to the boundaries of the heritage precinct may be warranted. However, the
proposed boundaries respect the historical subdivision.

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2.8 HO26 War Service Homes (Heritage Area G in 2000
study)
This is an almost entirely intact estate of post WW! Timber houses, originally all
creosoted weatherboard, but now with most painted or reclad. Only a small number of
houses have been demolished or replaced (about 10 out of the 64 originally in the main
estate. There are a few similar houses in surrounding streets, suggesting that the scheme
was extended to include building on individually bought lots from the McKay and other
subdivisions, as well as the specially subdivided land of the main estate.
2.8.1 Contributory Places
Place No Street
Street
Cnr
Date Description
house 48 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 50 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 52 Adelaide Street Coolamon 1920s- weatherboard war service home reclad
house 54 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 56 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 58 Adelaide Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 60 Adelaide Street Gunnedah 1920s- weatherboard war service home altered
house 1 Bazentin Street Sydney St 1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 2 Bazentin Street Gunnedah 1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 3 Bazentin Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 4 Bazentin Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 5 Bazentin Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 6 Bazentin Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 7 Bazentin Street
1920s-? oiled unpainted weatherboard appears to be a reclad
war service home
house 8 Bazentin Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 9 Bazentin Street Hamel St 1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 10 Bazentin Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 1 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 2 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 3 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 4 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 5 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 7 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 8 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 9 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 10 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 11 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 12 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 13 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home reclad with false brick
cement panels
house 14 Coolamon Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 16 Coolamon Street Adelaide 1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 1 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home (1A = 1960s flats at
rear of 2 Bazentin St.)
house 3 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 5 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 9 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 11 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 13 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 15 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 17 Gunnedah Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 4 Hamel Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 5 Hamel Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 6 Hamel Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 7 Hamel Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 8 Hamel Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 9 Hamel Street
1920s- weatherboard war service home
house 2 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
house 4 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
house 6 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
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house 10 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
house 14 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
house 16 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
house 18 Kamarooka Street
1910-20 weatherboard war service home
House 41 Sydney Street
1910- 20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated iron roof and
verandah
House 43 Sydney Street
1910- 20c weatherboard bungalow with corrugated iron roof and
verandah
2.8.2 Demolished, typical or excluded places
Place No Street
Street Cnr
Date Description
house 6 Coolamon Street
1960s brick veneer
house 7 Gunnedah Street
1960s brick veneer
house 1 Hamel Street Kamarooka 2000 modern unit development C2000)
house 2 Hamel Street Sydney St.
2000 modern unit development C2000)
house 3 Hamel Street
1990s modern brick veneer
house 12 Kamarooka Street
1960s brick veneer
House 39 Sydney Street (rear 2 Hamel St) 2000 brick veneer units replacing former
weatherboard bungalow
2.8.3 Recommendation:
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3 INDIVIDUAL PLACES
There are 74 remaining individual heritage places not in heritage precincts. While there
have been some minor changes to several of these sites in the past 5 years, few have
been altered to any major extent which might require a change either to the level of
significance, or recommendations for inclusion in the heritage overlay. A number of
places have also been separately included in Heritage Overlays as part of the planing
process, either through their inclusion on the Victorian Heritage Register, or through
planning permit and rezoning applications as part of development proposals.
3.1.1 Individual Places not in heritage precincts or existing overlays
Site
No
LEVEL: Place
NO STREET
TOWN or
SUBURB
STREET
CNR
DATE Comments
001 State Keilor police station,
former
779 Macedon Street Keilor
1863
003 State Albion VR, D.C. sub
station
Talmage Street Albion
1919
004 State Pig and Calf Market
(WMMT)
Market Road Brooklyn
1939
005 State Monsanto Chemicals,
Huntsman Chemical. Co.
454 Somerville Road Brooklyn
1941-
010 State Hume and Hovell Cairn
Station Road Deer Park
1924
013 State Milburn's Weir
Arundel Road Keilor
1884
014 Local Anderson Farm House 100 Taylors Road St. Albans
1910c
019 State Steele Ck. rail
embankment
Roberts Road Keilor
1928
023 State Hume and Hovell Cairn
East Esplanade St. Albans Taylors Rd. 1924
026 State Sunshine railway signal
box
Hampshire
Road
Sunshine
1914
027 State Black Arch rail bridge
Sunshine Road Sunshine
1859 c.
028 State Railway Culvert
Victoria Road Sydenham
1858
029 Local Sugar Gum row
Talmage Street Albion
031 State Railway Culvert
Sydenham Road St. Albans
1858
032 Regional Hazelwood, John
Milburn's farmhouse
Arundel Road Keilor
1892 c.
033 Regional Grange Farm, David
Milburn's
Arundel Road Keilor
1868c.
034 Regional Robertson's Homestead
Calder Highway Keilor
Sydenham
Park
1840s
035 Regional Dodd homestead RUINS
Dodds Road Keilor
Brimbank
Park
1850s
036 Regional St. Augustine's (Catholic)
Church-Keilor
636 Fullerton Road Keilor
1858-62
037 Regional former Shire Hall &
Courthouse - Community
Arts Centre
777 Macedon Street Keilor
1859
038 Regional Keilor Cemetery
Old Calder
Highway
Keilor
Cemetery
Road
1856-
041 Regional Keiglo, Padley House, Old
Manor House, now Sacred
Heart Presbytery
4 Winifred Street St. Albans
1886-7
042 Regional H V McKay Memorial
Gates
Anderson Road Sunshine King Edward
Ave &
Talmage St
1954 c.
043 Regional H V McKay Memorial
(Presbyterian) Church 120 Anderson Road Sunshine
1926-8
044 Regional Sam McKay house &
garden
147 Anderson Road Sunshine King Edward
Ave
1910 c.
045 Regional Sunshine Technical
School
129 Derby Road Sunshine
1912, 1941
046 Regional Sunshine Girls Technical
School
111 Derby Road Sunshine
1938
048 Regional Ralph McKay house &
garden
11 King Edward
Avenue
Sunshine
1909

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049 Regional Sydenham Railway
Station
Keilor Melton
Road
Sydenham
1920s
052 Local House
48 Station Place Sunshine
1912c
054 Metropolit
an
Former Scott Motor Works
part of H.V. McKay
Sunshine Harvester Works
155 Anderson Road Sunshine
1909- 1920
056 Metropolit
an
Sunshine Metropolitan
Fire Station & Flats
330 Hampshire
Road
Sunshine
1927c
062 Local Stevens Farmhouse 446 Main Road West St. Albans
(Kings Park)
1910 c.
063 Local St. Theresa's Catholic
Church and school
16 Drummartin
Street
Albion
Adelaide
Street
1951
064 Local "Curracloe"
11 Adelaide Street Albion
Burnewang 1925c
066 Local ARC
512 Ballarat Road Albion
1920
067 Local former Wunderlich now
West End Market,
McIntyre Road Albion
1925, 1990
068 Local Selwyn Park
Selwyn Street Albion
1920s
070 Local Cameron house & dairy 49 Sydney Street Albion
1910c
071 Local House, trees
22 Talmage Street Albion
1937c
072 Local Market Garden
Yallourn Street Ardeer
1950s
073 Local Ford
Burke Road Braybrook
Avondale
Heights
Canning
Street
Avondale
Heights
1835c
075 Local Guiding Star Hotel
700 Geelong Road Brooklyn
1925-30 Check extent
077 Local Deer Park Hotel
762 Ballarat Road Deer Park
1940s - 1865
origin
078 Local Deer Park Primary School
No.1434
Ballarat Road Deer Park Station
Road
1940s/1 970s
079 Local ICIANZ Recreation Club/
Deer Park Club, bowling
greens
780 Ballarat Road Deer Park
1960s
080 Local Opie's Dairy
Lake Boga
Street
Deer Park
1870c
081 Local St. John's Anglican
Church and hall
Miles Street Deer Park
1891, 1950s
082 Local Neale Rd Ford
Neale Road Deer Park
1850s
084
Albion Explosives Factory Ballarat Road Deer Park /
Albion
1939
086 Local Sunshine Market
13 City Place Sunshine
1950s
087 Local Frank Milburn's house
Arundel Road Keilor
1900c.
088 Local Christ Church, Keilor
(Anglican Church)
36 Church Street Keilor
Kennedy
Streets
1877
089 Local McFarlane gates, Keilor
Recreation Reserve
Macedon Street Keilor
1935
090 Local Keilor Reserve
Macedon Street Keilor
1880s c.
091 Local Cenotaph war memorial
Macedon Street Keilor
c1920
092 Local Borrell's Farm ruins and
site of market garden
Old Calder
Highway
Keilor
1860s
093 Local House, St Albans estate 16 Arthur Street
1890c
094 Local St. Albans Uniting Church
(formerly Presbyterian)
East Esplanade Elaine Street
& Circus East 1912 /1950
c.
095 Local St. Albans Public Hall
East Esplanade
1956
096 Local St. George's Free Serbian
Orthodox Church
Kate Street
1954-, 1964
097 Local Errington Reserve &
Memorial Gates
Main Road East St. Albans Errington
Reserve
1931c ?
098 Local St. Albans Community Hall
Youth Club / Tin Shed
Main Road East St. Albans
1950's.
100 Local Methodist church & hall 32 Devonshire
Road
Sunshine
1958
102 Local Macedonian Community
Centre
Fourth Avenue Sunshine
1980s
103 Local Hannah McKay house 145 Anderson Road Sunshine
1912
106 Local Chemist shop
234 Hampshire
Road
Sunshine
1925c
108 Local Sunshine Municipal
Offices
Alexandra
Avenue
Sunshine
1967
110 Local Standard Steel
18 Market Road Sunshine
1940 ?
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112 Local Our Lady of the
Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church
93 Monash Street Sunshine Victoria St. 1941-
114 Local Our Lady's School
Station Place Sunshine Monash St. 1933 -
115 Local Palmas
2 Tyler Street Sunshine
1910c
116 Local Sheep Dip
Burrowye
Crescent
Taylors Lakes. Taylors
Creek
1850c
117 Local St. Paul's R.C. Church
Glengala Road West
Sunshine
1968
118 Local St. Andrews Greek
Orthodox Church (Greek
Cypriot)
St.Andrews
Street
West
Sunshine
Simmies
Street
1960s
121 City Albion Primary School No
4265
61 Adelaide Street Albion
1926
122 City Ralph's Meatworks
690 Geelong Road Brooklyn
1930 c.
123 City Brimbank Farm
Brimbank Road Keilor
Brimbank
Park
1870s- 1890s -
128 archaeolo
gical
Chisholm Shelter Shed
site
658 Macedon Street Keilor
1850s
129 Local Shops
193 Hampshire
Road
Sunshine
1924
130 Local Lagoon Reserve, trees 755 Macedon Street Keilor
1860s
131 Local Ukrainian Catholic Church 2 Holmes Street Ardeer
Forrest
Street
1958
132 Local Shop row
207 Hampshire
Road
Sunshine
1920s
3.1.2 Places not proposed for individual heritage overlay control
101 Local Quarry
Duke Street Sunshine Berkshire
Road
1920c
104
Dr Adamson's house 137 Anderson Road Sunshine King Edward
Ave.
1910c
50 Regional ABC Radio Mast and
transmitter station
Sydenham road Sydenham Taylors
Road
1938
3.1.3 Places in Existing Heritage Overlay
Site
No
HO: Preci
nct:
Level: Place
No Street
Town Or
Suburb
Date Comments
018 HO1
State Overnewton
Overnewton Road Keilor 1849 -
1859
016 HO2 1 H State Basket Bridge/Keilor
Road Bridge
Old Calder Highway KEILOR 1868
025 HO3
State H.V. McKay Sunshine
Harvester Works
1 Devonshire Road Sunshine 1889 -
002 HO4
State Darling's Flour Mill
Sydney Street Albion 1922
020 HO5
State Quartermile Railway
Trestle Bridge
Sterling Drive Keilor East 1928
051 HO6
National BLACK POWDER Mill,
Former Albion
Explosives Factory
Parklea Avenue Cairnlea 1934-40c
039 HO7
Regional Harricks house
Harricks Road Keilor Park 1860-70s
085 HO8
Local Foxly Lodge farm,
stone fences
Boundary Road Derrimut 1880c
065 HO9 5 B2 Local Former Sunshine
Mechanics Institute
Library
1 Corio Street
Sunshine 1912
107 HO10 6 B1 Local Sunshine Bowling
Club
Anderson Road Sunshine 1912 -
1950s - 1970s
047 HO10
Regional Pedestrian foot bridge
over railway
Devonshire Road Sunshine 1911
024 HO10 6 B1 State H.V. McKay Memorial
Gardens, Sunshine
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Local Sunshine Bowling
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Anderson Road Sunshine 1912 -
1950s - 1970s
053 HO11 & HO18
National H V McKay offices /
Massey-Ferguson
(Aust) Ltd
2 Devonshire Road Sunshine 1909- 1920s
015 HO12 1 H State Keilor Hotel, former
Galway Arms Hotel, &
Red Lion Hotel
670 Macedon Street Keilor 1848
022 HO13
State Sewer outfall bridge
Old Geelong Road Laverton
North
1890s
021 HO14
State Corrugated iron,
prefabricated, portable
building - former police
station
Calder Freeway Keilor North 1850s
012 HO15 2 J State Trestle Bridge Arundel
Road Bridge
Arundel Road Keilor 1906
017 HO16
State Overnewton
Gatehouse
Old Calder Highway Keilor 1849 -
1859
011 HO17
State Mt. Derrimut
Homestead & farm
buildings
Mt Derrimut Road Derrimut 1850 -
1875- 1883-4 1897-
030 HO17
Regional Mt. Derrimut dry stone
walls
Mt Derrimut Road Derrimut 1850 -
1875- 1883-4 1897-
3.1.4 Recommendation
It is recommended that the listed individual places are included in the Heritage
Overlay.
In two instances, the extent of the existing Heritage Overlay does not conform to that
proposed in the heritage study. The Sunshine Harvester Works overlay (HO 3) was
designated when much of the timber and iron factory was still extant. Only fragments of
this now survive (the Bulk Store, gates and tower) It is therefore recommended that the
overlay be redrawn to reflect these elements.
The other area of disagreement is the Sunshine Harvester Offices, recently included on
the Heritage Register (HO 11 & 18). As a result of a reconsideration of the initial
registration, a further area of the works (the eastern part of the offices and garage to
the south) was included in an interim Heritage Overlay by the City of Brimbank.
Subsequently a planning permit has resulted in the demolition of much of the HO18
identified area. The overlay, therefore could be redrawn to reflect the surviving historic
fabric and sufficient curtilage to ensure compatible infill.
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4 PRECINCTS FROM 2000 STUDY NOT
PROPOSED FOR HERITAGE OVERLAY
4.1 Keilor Village (Heritage Area H in 2000 study)
Most of the places within the Keilor Village precinct are also individually listed places.
The additional contributory features are rows of trees along Macedon Street, and the
side street, The reserves and parkland such as Bonfield Reserve, and the road reserves
themselves. Particularly the wide reserve of Macedon Street (Old Calder Highway)
itself.
4.1.1 Contributory places
Site HO: LEVEL:
Place
NO STREET
DATE
Local
Bonfield Reserve Old Keilor State
School site
Bonfield Street
(Scout Reserve)
091
Local
Cenotaph war memorial
Macedon Street c1920
090
Local
Keilor Reserve
Macedon Street 1880s c.
Local
Pepper tree row
Arabin Street
1880-90?
130
Local
Lagoon Reserve, trees
755 Macedon Street 1860s
016 HO2 State
Basket Bridge/Keilor Road Bridge
Old Calder Highway 1868
089
Local
McFarlane gates, Keilor Recreation
Reserve
Macedon Street 1935
015 HO12 State
Keilor Hotel, former Galway Arms Hotel,
Red Lion Hotel
670 Macedon Street 1848
037
Regional former Shire Hall & Courthouse -
Community Arts Centre
777 Macedon Street 1859
001
State
Keilor police station, former
779 Macedon Street 1863
128
archaeological Chisholm Shelter Shed site
658 Macedon Street
Contributory Elm Row
Macedon Street
Contributory former Keilor Municipal Office
Macedon Street 1957 1980s
Contributory Stone pine avenue
Macedon Street
?
Contributory –
poss. State
Maritime & Canary Island pines
Macedon Street
4.1.2 Recommendation:
An Option to a Heritage Overlay may be to provide a Design and Development Overlay
covering the proposed HO precinct area, in conjunction with the HO over individual
places. Most built structures and some reserves and open space in the proposed
precinct are also proposed for individual heritage overlay. The additional contributory
elements, not recommended for individual Heritage Overlay protection, are the Bonfield
Reserve, Council Offices and tree rows in Macedon Street.

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4.2 Keilor Market Gardens Landscape (Heritage Area J
in 2000 study)
The Keilor Market Gardens Area primarily encompasses the fertile river flats between
Keilor Township and the river, and the opposite river escarpment that encloses the
valley. There are 5 individually listed places
4.2.1 Contributory places
Site HO: LEVEL: Place
STREET
DATE
013
State
Milburn's Weir – extend area
Arundel Road 1884
012 HO15 State
Trestle Bridge Arundel Road Bridge
Arundel Road 1906
032
Regional Hazelwood, John Milburn's farmhouse
Arundel Road 1892 c.
033
Regional Grange Farm, David Milburn's
Arundel Road 1868c.
087
Local
Frank Milburn's house
Arundel Road 1900c.
4.2.2 Recommendation:
An alternative option to Heritage Overlay protection would be for a Landscape Overlay
control, in conjunction with individual place heritage overlay. This may be an
appropriate means of protecting the character of the Keilor Market Gardens area.
4.3 St. Albans Village Plan (Heritage Area F in 2000
study)
The St Albans Village Heritage Area recognises the unique street pattern from the late
nineteenth century subdivision. Therefore there are no contributory properties included,
only the street layout itself. One individually listed house is within the precinct, while
Padley’s house, is just outside of the precinct.
4.3.1 Contributory places
Site
Num
ber
Level: Place
Stre
et
No
Street
Street
Cnr
Date Description
F Regional St. Albans Village Plan
Heritage Area
Victoria
Crescent, Albert
Crescent (focus
of subdivision)
1887 Bounded by Kate, Alfrieda and
Winnifred streets and Main Road.
Includes the streets layout and
reserves
093 Local
House, St Albans estate 16 Arthur Street
1890c A large, single-fronted, verandahed
house,
094 Local
St. Albans Uniting
Church (formerly
Presbyterian)
East Esplanade Elaine
Street
& Circus East
1912 /1950 c. An unusual spired and towered
timber church
095 Local
St. Albans Public Hall
East Esplanade
1956 Small shop-front hall of cream brick
and glazed tiles,
096 Local
St. George's Free
Serbian Orthodox Church
Kate Street
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4.3.2 Recommendation:
Given the lack of heritage fabric intended to be protected by the overlay and the fact
that the listed places are all proposed for inclusion as individual places in the Heritage
Overlay , a Design and Development or Landscape Overlay may be more appropriate
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References
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REFERENCES
Australia ICOMOS 1999,
The Illustrated Burra Charter, The Australia ICOMOS Charter for
the Conservation of Places of Cultural Significance
(the Burra Charter), revised edition.
du Cros, H. 1998, ‘Update of legislative requirements for cultural heritage’, report to VicRoads.
Marquis-Kyle, P. and Walker, M.
1992 The Illustrated Burra Charter: Making Good Decisions
about the Care of Important Places
, Australia ICOMOS, Brisbane.
Pearson, M. and Sullivan, S. 1995,
Looking After Heritage Places
, Melbourne University Press.
Spreadborough, R. and Anderson, H. 1983,
Victorian Squatters
, Red Rooster Press, Ascot Vale.
Sullivan, S. and Bowdler, S. (eds.) 1984,
Site surveys and Significance Assessment in Australian
Archaeology
, Proceedings of the 1981 Springwood conference on Australian Prehistory,
Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.

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