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Yungaba House

Yungaba House

Friday flashback to vintage Brisbane and a look at vintage images from Queensland State Archives of Brisbane’s heritage listed Yungaba House.

Yungaba House was used for a number of purposes but was originally built in 1885 as an accommodation venue for migrants to Australia. You can read more about Yungaba in my previous blog post here.

 Architectural plans and perspective drawing of the Immigration Depot, Brisbane, 1888

Architectural plans and perspective drawing of the Immigration Depot, Brisbane, 1888

 Yungaba in 1950

Yungaba in 1950

 Migrants on the lawn of Yungaba 1958

Migrants on the lawn of Yungaba 1958

 Family accomodation at Yungaba, 1967 

Family accomodation at Yungaba, 1967 

 Rear view of Yungaba - October 1973

Rear view of Yungaba - October 1973

 Aerial photograph of the Yungaba site against the backdrop of Brisbane.

Aerial photograph of the Yungaba site against the backdrop of Brisbane.

All week on my Lady Brisbane Instagram account I have been featuring the beautiful restoration of Yungaba House by Frasers Property Group. Frasers completed the restoration process with a committed passion for craftsmanship and expertise returning this historical Brisbane building to a superb architectural icon. 

Rare and beautiful take the opportunity to own a piece of Yungaba House with the final lovingly refurbished riverfront heritage residences now available for sale.

Image credit - Queensland State Archives


Yungaba House - The Residences

Where - 110 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane

Website - www.yungaba.com.au

Telephone - 13 38 38


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