The Old Treasury Building was built in the 1850s to store gold and to provide offices for the leaders of the young colony, including the Governor. It was designed by the 19 year old John James Clark. Discover some of the 150 year history of the Old Treasury Building. Visit the Executive Council Chamber upstairs and the historic gold vaults and Caretaker’s apartment downstairs.
Levels 3 to 10
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