This simple building of regional architectural significance, was designed by J M Anderson and built by William Deveraux Harburt in 1892.
The building was used as the municipal offices and council chambers for the former City of Doncaster and Templestowe until 1957.
The building was renovated for the Doncaster Templestowe Artists Society Inc in 1987 and re-opened as an art studio/gallery in 1988. It forms part of a group of buildings comprising the Church of Christ and Doncaster Primary School.
Corner Council Street and Doncaster Road, Doncaster, 3108. Melway ref. 33 E12
Hours of entry:
1pm to 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
1pm to 4pm Saturday and Sunday (winter months)
1pm to 5pm Saturday and Sunday (summer months)
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The Doncaster Templestowe Historical Society was formed in 1967 to foster historical interest and knowledge, particularly but not exclusively, in the City of Manningham.