Historical information

The Ballarat School of Mines was the first school of mines in Australasia, and is a predecessor institution of Federation University Australia.

Physical description

CD-ROM of the SMB Campus Conservation Management plan, and a printout of the 390 page Draft report on the Federation University SMB Campus.

Contents include:
Establishment of the Wesleyan church Reserve
Selection of a Site for the Ballarat Gaol and Court House
Building the Court of Mines
The Gaol Culvert
The Ballarat School of Mines Establishment
Ballarat iron Workers' Association
Ballarat Technical Art School
Ballarat School of Mines Museum
Acquisition of Lewin's Land
The Ballarat School of Mines site in c1970
Master Planning
Flecknoe Biulding
The Ballarat School of Mines in 1988
Architectects Caselli, Figgus, Molloy and Smith.
Public Work Department Architects
Ballarat School of Mines Botanical Garden
Former Ballarat Junior Technical School
Administration Building - Building A
W.J. Gribble Building (Ballarat Technical Art School) - Building B
Old Chemistry Building Building C
Amenities Building, Governor's Quarters, Gaol Gatehouse and Watch Tower and Gaol Walls - Building D
Courthouse Theatre (Former Ballarat Supreme Court) - Building F
A.W. Steane Building (Former Ballarat Junior Technical School) - Building J
Flecknoe Building and E.J. Barker Building (Building N)
Old Plumbing Building - Builidng )
Unistyle Haridressing Building (Formerly Ballarat School of Mines Museum and Wesleyan Church) - Building P