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Talking Shop: Ballarat in Business and City Life at Ballaarat Mechanics' Institute

27 Jun 2019

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Amy Tsilemanis, Curator, Ballaarat Mechanics' Institute

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Brochure - Sales Brocure: KINLOCH | The Manor House at Kinloch Gardens, Sotheby's International Realty, Melbourne 2017

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

Digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of item on loan

Document - Letter from Ian Jelbart to owners regarding the establishment of the Kinloch Gardens Body Corporate, 28 October 2002

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

37 digital file images only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of item on loan

Brochure - The Barn at Kinloch Gardens; Elders Real Estate sales material

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

Digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of item on loan

Brochure - The Barn at Kinloch Gardens; Elders Real Estate sales material

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

Digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of item on loan

Newspaper clipping - "The lap of luxury; Blending into Eltham environ", Property Age, The Age, Wednesday 24 June 1998, p5

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

Digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of item on loan

Historical information

Both of the architects involved in the 2.4-hectare Kinloch Gardens parkland development in Arthur Street, Eltham, are now living on the estate. The project was conceived by Eltham architect Ian Jelbart, whose family has owned the land for more than 100 years, and fellow architect Graeme Gunn, who in the 1960s was one of the creators of the Merchants Builders concept that set new trends in Melbourne housing. The $5 million project is based around two of the original buildings, on what was once a 100-hectare farm owned by the Jelbart family. Ian Jelbart always intended to continue living in the original homestead building, and now Graeme Gunn has moved into the big residence that once was the barn. Kinloch Gardens is designed to combine the more manageable land sizes increasingly demanded by buyers with ample "internal space, flexible floorplans, privacy and individuality of designs. Individual houses are placed on small separate allotments around an area of private parkland. The aim is to ensure total privacy, offer virtually unlimited views and parkland vistas, and remain aesthetically compatible with the local environment. Homes in four basic designs over either two or three levels are being sold off the plan, with prices ranging from the high $200,000s to the high $300,000s. Two have already been sold. Indication of land-only values The prices being asked for some vacant blocks offered for private sale provides an enlightening comparison of the relative "land only" values for homes sites in various areas. A 751 sq metre block on a new residential estate in Bentleigh/Carnegie is offered at $235,000, equivalent to $312/square metre; while in Merrett Drive, Williamstown, a 561 sq metre allotment offered for $169,000 carries a rate of $301/sq metre. In Barnsbury Road, Balwyn, the $450,000 price tag on a 584 sq metre allotment equates to $770 sq metre; and in York Street, Richmond, a 198 sq metre postage stamp is priced at $230,000 or $1162/sq metre. - Rex Booker

Newspaper clipping - Praise for Kinloch, Diamond Valley News, April 8, 1998, p11

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

Digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of item on loan

Historical information

PLANNING Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall have both praised an innovative housing development on a historic property east of Eltham's town centre. Both were present at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, where 12 new double and triple storey homes will be built along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. About 100 people attended the launch. Cr Marshall likened Kinloch Gardens to the Woodridge Estate at Eltham, which he said provided housing on small allotments while protecting much of the tree canopy, and "showed how a suburb can be built". He said Kinloch could easily have been subdivided, with a court running up the middle of the development, but the owners, the Jelbart family, opted instead for a private road on the property, sweeping around a common pond and 'village green'. ''This is a perfect example of what can be achieved in urban planning,'' he said. Mr Maclellan said the development was one of the most impressive he had seen in his role as Planning Minister Picture - Historic launch: Planning Minister Rob Maclellan (left) on a visit to Eltham last week to help launch a new housing development.

Photograph - L-R: Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart look over the concept planning model with Nillumbik Shire Councillor, John Graves, Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Wayne Phillips, MP at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

6 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - L-R: Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall with architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

3 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

5 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan with Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall and Architect Graeme Gunn at rear at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

4 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Planning Minister Rob Maclellan, Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owner and Architect Ian Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

2 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Owner and Architect Ian Jelbart addressing the guests at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

8 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 30 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Owner and Architect Ian Jelbart addressing the guests at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

3 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owner Architect Ian Jelbart addressing the guests at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

3 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan addressing the guests at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

2 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owners Architect Ian Jelbart and his wife, Christine Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall addressing the guests at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

4 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owners Architect Ian Jelbart and his wife, Christine Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Planning Minister Rob Maclellan, Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owners Architect Ian Jelbart and his wife, Christine Jelbart and unk. at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

3 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owners Architect Ian Jelbart and his wife, Christine Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - At the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

2 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Nillumbik Shire President Robert Marshall, Architect Graeme Gunn and owners Architect Ian Jelbart and his wife, Christine Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Standing L-R: Planning Minister Rob Maclellan, Shire President Robert Marshall and Architect Graeme Gunn at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

3 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

4 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Planning Minister Rob Maclellan at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

4 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - Sigmund Jorgensen in centre middle at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

3 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - L-R: Wayne Phillips, - , Robert Marshall, Rob Maclellan, John Graves, Graeme Gunn, Ian and Christine Jelbart at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.

Photograph - L-R: Architect Ian Jelbart, Planning Minister Rob Maclellan, Elders agent (at rear), Architect Graeme Gunn (back to camera), Wayne Phillips, John Graves at the launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 93 Arthur Street, Eltham, April 1998

Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham

1 images; digital file only; created from scan undertaken by EDHS of a set of 34 colour 10 x 15 cm prints

Historical information

Launch of the Kinloch Gardens development, 12 new double and triple storey homes along a private road in the gardens of Kinloch, a mansion set on 2.4ha in Arthur St. The launch was attended by Planning Minister Rob Maclellan and Nillumbik Shire president Robert Marshall, Architects Graeme Gunn and Ian Jelbart and approximately 100 guests.