23 Arden Street

23 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
source: Melbourne Council archives
Also known as Bulla Cream Factory. earlier it was the site of the Lough More [Castle] Hotel (1859-1904) Source: source: Sands & McDougall directory 1900
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source North Melbourne Library

Land Details

  1. 1895 MMBW Map
  2.  Compiled Crown Record Plan showing Mr. M. Dawson was the first crown land buyer of the site where the hotel once stood.

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Social History

In the Sands & McDougall directory of 1930, it lists 23 Arden Street was consolidated into 25 Arden Street and known as the Bulla Cream Factory.

source Sands & McDougall 1930


In the Sands & McDougall directory of 1900, it lists 23 Arden Street was known as the Lough More Hotel, managed by Mr. M. A. Ramsay.

source Sands & McDougall 1900


In the Sands & McDougall directory of 1860, it lists 23 Arden Street was known as the Loughmore Castle Hotel, managed by Mr. Rody Ryan.

source Sands & McDougall 1860



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