A WWII sub-control station covered in wizards, a garbage incinerator and a retro McDonald’s: Australia’s weirdest heritage-listed buildings

  • Big Mac lovers can take a bite out of history when they bite into their burgers at an Art Deco McDonald’s – just one of Australia’s many weird and wonderful heritage-listed buildings.

A list compiled by Commercial Real Estate shows that a heritage-listed building isn’t just a dusty old library or an ancient stone house.

Instead, thanks to their cultural significance or unique construction, some unexpected additions also make the grade.


[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] The very cool art deco McDonalds building in Clifton Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in blue hour.  HDR is reasonably subtle, but a good way to get the details in the bricks shown.

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