The Old Treasury Building has been at the centre of many of Melbourne’s civic celebrations and public events over the past 150 years. This program explores the role people have played in the development and character of early Melbourne. Examine the building, one of the finest nineteenth century buildings in Australia.

Levels 3 & 4
History: Community, Remembrance and Celebrations

Book Program

If you are only enquiring as to whether a booking is available, please phone the Old Treasury Building on (03) 9651 2233.

Postal address, ie: 20 Spring Street, Melbourne, 3000
Main contact for this booking
earliest 9:00am, latest 3:00pm
Minimum cost 7 students, Maximum 40 for Primary and Secondary
Eg, sight impaired, wheelchair access, etc

Tour Information and Frequently Asked Questions

Accompanying adults and all students over the age of 12 and 2 months are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or hold a valid medical exemption to enter the building.

Accompanying adults and secondary students to wear a facemask during their time in the building (unless exempt).

Bookings must be made at least one week in advance. Upon submitting this booking request form you will receive an automated email with details of your request. We will contact you within five working days to confirm your booking.

If the number of students attending changes, the Bookings Officer must be informed in writing on two days prior to the date of the excursion.

Non-attendance at a booked program will incur the total fee of the amount payable for the excursion.

Schools must be accompanied by at teacher/chaperone at all times. We request minimum/maximum 1 adult per 10 primary students, 1 adult per 10 secondary students, and 1 adult per special needs student.

Schools will only be permitted into the building during their allocated tour time.

We regret that changes to tax invoices cannot be made and refunds will not be paid.

Governor Hopetoun arriving at the Old Treasury Building. The celebration drew thousands of people to the building.
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