1. 92 Broadway
2. 72 Broadway
1861 B of A
C1895-1910 B of V
Dunolly is near the centre of a once rich gold mining area. The Welcome Stranger Nugget was found only 14Km away
1856 the Bank of Victoria opened in a small building on part of 92 Broadway.
1860 Bank of Victoria closed at 92 Broadway.
2009 September Geoff Chapman advised that the building at 92 Broadway first occupied by Bank of Victoria has long since been demolished
1861 photo on broken glass from the Dunolly Goldfields Museum collection reveals that the Bank of Australasia was converted to CBC .
1856 The Bank of Australasia opened on 24/12/1856
1858 New premises for that bank were erected, at 72 Broadway, and occupied on 30/12/1858.
1865 Bank of Australasia branch closed 13/1/1865
1865 When the Bank of Australasia closed its Dunnolly branch , Bank of Victoria opened an Agency (Of Maryborough Branch) in that Bank's vacated premises. This was at 72 Broadway. Notes by Geoff Chapman.
In 1868 the agency became a branch in its own right.
1871 New brick premises were built on the site, which remained in use by Bank of Victoria and CBC until 1958. Building costs were estimated at £26,000.
1895-c1910 photo of Bank of Victoria photo from Dunolly Goldfields Museum collection.
1927 The Bank of Victoria was amalgamated with CBC.
1932 photo as CBC from the Dunolly Goldfields Museum collection.
1934 Listed in Century of Banking;
1958 The old building was demolished and a new building erected.
1959 photo by Kevin Greenaway
1975 Listed in Annual Report.
1998 The branch (then nab) closed on 19th December.
2009 September Geoff Chapman received notes and photos from John Tully, Goldfields Museum (Dunolly). "Tailings" was evidently the name of local newspaper
Click here for MS Word document on the bank at Dunolly. There is no photo of the original Bank of Victoria 1856-1860 at 92 Broadway, Dunolly. The Bank of Australasia photo 1861 is the building that became the Bank of Victoria from 1865-1871.
2009 September Geoff Chapman forwarded Google Earth image of ex-CBC premises built 1958 at 72 Broadway, that being the site of Bank of Australasia from 30/12/1858, then Bank of Victoria, then CBC from 1927. The premises have been slightly altered since rebuilt in 1958; now Goldsearch Australia.