The Commonwealth Bank Building is a six-storey stone clad building built in 1930-1933. It was built for the Commonwealth Government of Australia as a state head office, banking chamber and other offices. Forrest Place had been created in 1924, a year after the General Post Office had opened.
Construction commenced in April 1930. The local timber firm of Bunnings supplied the jarrah timber, while stone was quarried from the Greenmount Quarry and transported by dray to the site. Finished in 1933, the Commonwealth Bank was officially opened on 22 March 1933.
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