Herald Sun

46-74 Flinders Street, Melbourne, 3000.  



The original Herald Sun sign was erected around 1930 above the premises of the Herald & Weekly Times, then publishers of the Herald, the Sun News-Pictorial and the Weekly Times.

The Herald Sun neon sign consists of nine discrete metal-trough letters, each containing white neon and measuring 2 metres in height.

In 2005, the sign was restored after the publishers vacated the building and it was converted into apartments. During the course of restorations, several letters were stolen and so new letters had to be manufactured.

The sign is currently in excellent condition and is illuminated regularly.

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