Site Details
   
Commonwealth Bank (former) Darwin
Declared
Place
Two storey reinforced concrete banking chamber and offices (originally included staff quarters in Bennett Street wing).
The Commonwealth Bank constructed in 1940 is representative of the development of banking facilities in Darwin and the spread of the government services in this area nationally. The Commonwealth Bank is an excellent example of an Inter-war Functionalist style used to represent the forward looking approach of the administration of the Commonwealth Bank.
28/09/1995
28/09/1995
Comment sought
15/03/1996
20/03/1996
H96/0016
Cultural
Darwin Municipality
Photo
   
NameDescriptionDate Added
ViewCBA 1-web.jpgFormer Commonwealth Bank19/SEP/07
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Scan
   
NameDescriptionDate Added
ViewInstrument.pdf - 06/FEB/09
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Further Information
   
no data found
Approximate Location
   
LAIS KeyStreet NumberStreet NameSuburbLocation CodeLot NumberLTO PlanPartTenure
200 00413 22SMITHDARWIN CITY200413 - - Freehold
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