A Pile Of Buildings, Built To Last
Upon its completion in 1884, the Supreme Court building was declared handsome and a wonderful structure for a city of half-a-century. The building took 10 years to complete and was not without controversy for both its design and cost. The largest building project of the colonial period it was built to last and you can still admire the skill and workmanship of its construction and interiors.
Join Dr Sue Reynolds, academic and esteemed author, in discussion with Joanne Boyd, Supreme Court Archives and Records Manager, as they talk about the grandiose architectural design to the intricate and quirky aspects of the Supreme Court buildings.
Note: Seating is limited. Please give yourself ample time to pass through security screening at the entrance to the Court. Delays can be expected if there is a large crowd.
2-3pm, Banco courtroom, Supreme Court of Victoria, 210 William Street
Banco courtroom, Supreme Court of Victoria, 210 William Street
Time & Date
Sunday 31 July
2 – 3pm