Victorian College for the Deaf
597 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004.
 
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Victorian College for the Deaf
Victorian College for the Deaf
Summary:
  • Constructed in 1866.
  • Designed by Crouch & Wilson.
  • Not listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Building Description:

The Victorian College for the Deaf was founded in the 1860's by a deaf man, Frederic J. Rose.

The Victorian College for the Deaf is a stunning example of the use of polychromatic brickwork and bluestone set in a Gothic style building. The Victorian College for the Deaf building and grounds are still used today for their original purpose.
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