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A part of Australia’s industrial heritage.

Tremain’s Victoria Mill in Keppel Street is an impressive surviving example of a mid 19th century flour mill.

Built of local brick in 1857 by the Chapman brothers, it was three storeys high with a prominent brick chimney and powered by a steam engine. An extensive Tremain family archive includes the original receipt for its purchase by William Tremain in 1874 for £1,600 ($3,200). Inside can be found much of its equipment which still operates today.