Bowen Post Office

Project Description

Originally built in 1936, the Commonwealth Heritage listed building is one of many single-story post offices designed and built throughout Queensland in the interwar period to service regional centres. The project involved the modification of the roof structure, replacement of the original terracotta roof tiles, rainwater goods and timber-slatted eaves. Additionally, new triple and double hung sash windows were installed throughout the building, with the external fa├žade repainted and all internal amenities areas modernised.