ANZ Gothic Bank
382-392 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000.
 
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ANZ Gothic Bank
ANZ Gothic Bank
Summary:
  • Constructed in 1883-7.
  • Designed by William Wardell.
  • Listed on the Victorian Heritage Register (no. H0034).
Building Description:

Built for the English, Scottish and Australian Bank (now known as the Australia & New Zealand Bank), this impressive banking building on the corner of Collins and Queen Streets is an excellent example of commerical gothic.

The building contains a banking chamber which is still in use by the ANZ Bank. Upstairs is a manager's residence which remains in excellent condition. Downstairs, the banking chamber with its ornately decorated ceiling is a true architectual treasure.

The ANZ Gothic Bank - as it is now known - has been skillfully integrated into the neighbouring Melbourne Safe Deposit and Stock Exchange buildings.
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