Victorian Trades Hall
Victorian Trades Hall is a Trades Hall building located on the corner of Lygon Street and Victoria Street, just north of the Melbourne central business district.
First opened in 1859, it remains one of the most historically important sites in Melbourne today, being classified by the National Trust and included in the Register of Historic Buildings (Victoria).
The hall is located across the road from the eight hour day monument which was erected to honour the Victorian workers who won the first 8 hour working day in the world in 1856. It is the birthplace of organisations like the Victorian Labor Party and Australian Council of Trade Unions and home to the Victorian Trades Hall Council.
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❊ What's On ❊
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Corner Victoria St and Lygon St, Carlton | Map
✆ (03) 9659 3511
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Victorian Trades Hall
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→ Bella Union
→ Common Rooms | Trades Hall
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