“The Old Treasury Building is widely regarded as one of the finest 19th century buildings in Melbourne. Sitting at the top end of Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD, he Old Treasury building was designed by nineteen-year-old architect JJ Clark and built between 1858 and 1862.
The Old Treasury Building hosts the original gold vaults where gold bullion was stored during the gold rush era, as well as rare and historic documents from Public Record Office Victoria highlighting key moments from Victoria’s history.”
There is no onsite parking available at Old Treasury Building.
Accessible toilet located on basement level.General accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Wheelchair hire available
- Accessible toilet
Step-free access to the museum via the rear entrance. If you're looking at the front of the building, the rear entrance is located at the back of the building. Heading to the right you can gain access without requiring stairs.
There is an intercom at the entrance which contacts the main desk. They will reply and someone will let you into the building. Once inside, a lift enables access to all floors.
A free wheelchair is available for loan, subject to availability.
Lift in the museum is wheelchair accessible and have audio announcements Lift includes braille signage for floor number.Vision Information:
Guide and Assistance dogs welcome in the museum.Autism/Sensory accessibility information:
"The Old Treasury Building has developed a social script for children on the autism spectrum. You can download it before your visit here."