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264 Kent Street

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264 Kent Street is another great addition to the variety of historically significant buildings to be found in Maryborough on the Fraser Coast. This building

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Band Rotunda and Fairy Fountain

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Miss Janet Melville bequeathed the Fairy Fountain and Band Rotunda in memory of her brother Andrew who was Mayor of Maryborough in 1863. The entire

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Birthplace of PL Travers

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Featured on Maryborough's Walk and Drive Tour - this rendered brick building, the Former Australian Joint Stock Bank, was built in 1882 for the Maryborough

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Brennan And Geraghtys Store Museum

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View the remarkable store that time forgot! This large grocery store was operated by one family from 1871 to 1972 until it closed its doors

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Cenotaph and Memorial Gates

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The Maryborough Cenotaph was erected in 1922 with funds obtained by public subscription as a memorial to the fallen of the First World War. The

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Ellena Street Pavement Art and Sculpture

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Enjoy tributes to the heritage of Maryborough with the Ellena Street Pavement Artwork. Primary School students designed the pavers for the Ellena Street Pavement Art

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Excelsior Band Hall

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Maryborough’s modern Excelsior Band Hall replaces the earlier hall destroyed by fire in 1987. It was designed in Victorian Style to compliment the precinct. The

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Former Flour Mill

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The Maryborough Flour Mill was the most northerly flour mill in Australia when it was built in 1890, for the Maryborough Milling Company. In 1919,

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Gatakers Building

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Featured on Maryborough's Walk and Drive Tour - Gatakers Building and the warehouse behind are the oldest surviving commercial buildings in Maryborough. Gatakers Building was

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J E Brown Warehouse

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J E Brown commenced business as a provisions and victuals merchant in 1857 in Richmond Street. In 1879 J E Brown had this two-storey brick

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Mary Ann Steam Engine

Landmarks and Buildings, Parks and Gardens

The Mary Ann is a replica of the first steam engine built in Queensland in 1873 at John Walker and Co's Union Foundry. It steams

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Mary Poppins Statue

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Located on the corner of Kent and Richmond streets a statue of Mary Poppins stands proudly as recognition of Maryborough’s link with the famous nanny.

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