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Government Building
Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area

Free Entry - Entry Information

07 4190 5742
1800 214 789
tourism@maryborough.qld.gov.au
www.visitmaryborough.info

Description

The Maryborough Government Office Building was built in 1940 on the Court House reserve; the building replaced an early garden between the Court House and Wharf Street. The building is an example of the Georgian Revival style and was designed to compliment the adjacent Court House as well as the nearby Post Office and Customs House. A rectangular keystone mounted in the central doorway displays the name Maryborough Government Office Building.

Property Details

Facilities

  • Car park
    Car park

Other Information

Children:
Contact operator for further details on child suitability.

Disabled:
Contact operator for further details on access for guests with a disability.


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Government Building - Print Brochure
Map of Government Building
123 Wharf Street
Corner Richmond Street
Maryborough
Queensland 4650 Australia

Contact Details

07 4190 5742
1800 214 789

 

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