Old Government House - Queensland

Old Government House was built as the Governor's official residence in 1861-62 to the design of Charles Tiffin. It served as the Governor's office and residence until 1910 when it became the new University of Queensland. Since 1973 it has been the headquarters of the National Trust of Queensland


Although the house is presently unfurnished, the fine proportions, excellent cedar joinery and most of all, the planning are evidence of its unique place in Queenslands heritage.