Maldon Hospital – Adair & Chapel Street Maldon
This is the front of the main building of Maldon Hospital. This building is located on the corner of Adair and Chapel Street Maldon.
The foundation stone of the Maldon Hospital in it’s current location was laid on 25th June 1860 however the history of the Maldon Hospital precedes that date.
For a full history of the Maldon Hospital visit:
Robinson’s House – 105 High Street Maldon
Robinson’s House on High Street Maldon is unusual architecture for Maldon as this gothic style is not often seen in a house in central Victoria. It is believed that the house was built in 1864.
The house is a beautiful example of the historic buildings in Maldon and each building has its own character.
Robinson’s House stands out in the morning light as you walk or drive down High Street.
Carriers Arms Hotel • 61 – 65 High Street Maldon
This building was The Carriers Arms Hotel, located at 61 – 65 High Street Maldon.
Originally built around 1857, little has changed to the appearance of the building. The building also used to have Maldon’s principal coaching office attached to it.
An application was recently made and approved for a Bakery to be established at the site along with additional commercial tenancies. The current status of this project is unknown.
The Penny School – Church Street Maldon
The Penny School situated on Church Street Maldon is one of our favourite buildings in town.
The school was called the Penny School because that was the cost of attendance at the school.
The 1856 Penny School, built of stone, brick and weatherboard as the Church of England Denominational School No.413, overlooks Maldon in Church Street. It was acquired by the National Trust in 1979. It was sold by The National Trust to a private buyer in 2014.
The Kangaroo Hotel – High Street Maldon
The Kangaroo Hotel located on the corner of High Street and Fountain Street Maldon.
For over 150 years the Kangaroo Hotel has been a feature of Maldon. Always a pub, it also acted as a staging post for Cobb & Co coaches during the gold rush.