Newington is one of the most spectacular rows of terraces along Bendigo’s much celebrated Barnard Street heritage precinct. Overlooking the Queen Elizabeth Oval, this row of two double storey terraces dates back to the early 1870s and was built for James Brierley. Brierley was originally a local stonemason who was responsible for several of Bendigo’s oldest buildings.
Newington: 152-154 Barnard Street, Bendigo. Victoria
The terraces behind the filigree screen are themselves red brick and plain, broken by a cornice, string courses and rendered voussoir and the tall chimneys poking above the parapet.
Newington has a special heritage overlay (HO90) for protection under the City of Greater Bendigo’s planning scheme.
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