Brunswick Post Office 1896

Brunswick Post Office 1896
The quaint Brunswick Post Office has been in operation since 1896.

The post office is an agent of the Australia Post and offers postal services and giftware.


The first Brunswick Post Office operated north of the river crossing at Viewbank where the mail coach horses were exchanged for a fresh team.

In 1896, the new Post Office was constructed for a cost of £400 and the first postmaster was Luke Crampton.

Alterations, additions and painting were done on the Post Office in 1937.

Since then, minor additions and alterations have occurred, but the building is predominately as it was originally constructed.


  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance
  • Car park

Brunswick Post Office 1896

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