Historical information

The building is the Sunbury Post and Telegraph Office and residence, which was built on the corner of Brook and Evans Street in 1892. Prior to that time the postal service ion Sunbury was conducted at the railway station. Over the years changes and extensions have taken place to the building to accommodate it for modern postal delivery practices although it still operates from the same site.


The Sunbury Post Office has operated in a building on the same site since 1892 despite many changes and extensions made to the building, which included the demolition of the residence attached to the original building.

Physical description

A black and white photograph of Victorian style brick building with a slate roof with 3 chimneys and surrounded by a white picket fence. Two men are standing by a ladder on the LHS of the image.