Examples of deco clocks can be found on buildings scattered throughout Melbourne and its suburbs.
Country town halls, factories, stores, library buildings and schools sometimes proudly display the deco clock on their outside tower or on their interior walls.
These pieces of Australian history can be original
art deco pieces or reproduced to researched specifications. The Myer
store in Bourke Street has an excellent example of this on the facade of
A Town Hall can provide us with unique art deco architecture which sometimes comes with tall asymmetrical clock tower.
What a wonderful introduction to Melbourne's Art Deco.
Visitors to the Melbourne CBD are generously presented with a wall of deco clocks at Flinders Street Station not to mention the large clock on the Station's tower.
Meet Under The Clocks - Flinders St Station
High up and extending out on the facade of the Myer Bourke Street store you will find this deco clock.
Is a heritage shopping archade in the city's central business district. Originally constructed in 1869, the arcade connects Little Collins Street to The Bourke Street Mall.
Is consists of a large shopping centre, offices and public transport hub on the Central Business District of Melbourne, Australia.
Flinders Street Station
Under the Clocks at the railway station is a favorite meeting place for tourists and locals when visiting Melbourne.
Richmond Town Hall
In the 1930s the Town Hall's facade was remodeled in the Interwar Academic Classical Revival style, with Art Deco decorations
South Melb' Town Hall
The South Melbourne Town Hall is now home also to the Australian National Academy of Music.
Port Melbourne Town Hall
It was erected in 1882 and now functions as secondary offices for the Port Phillip City Council of the new City of Port Phillip.
Heidelberg Town Hall
It is a civic building located on Upper Heidelberg Road in Ivanhoe. Now more commonly known as The Centre Ivanhoe
MacRobertson Girl's High School
MacRobertson Girls High School, which opened in 1934, became a trendsetter in ‘Deco Education’.
Catani Clock Tower
The St Kilda upper Esplanade reserve where the Sunday markets are held features the Catani Clock Tower, heritage toilets and vaults.
I have chosen clocks that can be found easily within a short distance of the center of the city.
Most of these you can access by public transport.
Access them by car by following the Google Maps directions on the map below.
The Centre Ivanhoe on "Sacred Spaces"
Art Deco at its best.