Brisbane has retained some heritage buildings dating back to 19th century colonial period. The Old Windmill, in Wickham Park, built by convict labour in 1824, is the oldest surviving building in Brisbane. The Conrad Treasury, the Old Executive building and a number of churches are other examples of colonial era buildings.
01 Baptist church 02 Central railway station 03 Uniting church 04 City hall 05 Bank of New South Wales
06 Conrad Treasury Brisbane hotel 07 Conrad Treasury Brisbane hotel 08 General post office 09 General post office 10 St John cathedral
11 Central railway station 12 Anzac memorial 13 Dymocks bookshop 14 Old Executive building and Queens park
15 Old Executive building and Queens park 16 Statue of Thomas Ryan 17 Statue of Queen Victoria in front of Old Executive building 18 Statue of queen Victoria 19 Conrad Treasury Brisbane hotel
20 MacArthur museum
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