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This two-storey Federation-era weatherboard house in the Launceston suburb of West Launceston has a corner tower topped by a crenelated parapet.

This house in Launceston, Tasmania, includes Gothic features. In particular, the steeply pitched roof and pointed-arch windows are Gothic in style. Gothic architecture began in Europe during the twelfth century.

This fortified house can be found on the road between Launceston and Lillydale in northern Tasmania. The single level stone fortifications are attached to a farmhouse and include round towers linked by a wall, all of which have a crenelated parapet.…

These two photographs are of a house with the appearance of a castle on Invermay Road in the Launceston suburb of Invermay. The house features extensive crenellation on both the main house and extensions, an entry porch, and lancet windows which were…

‘The Towers’ building is in the Hobart suburb of Newtown and lends its name to Tower Road. It was designed by English-born convict architect James Blackburn in c. 1845 as a grand domestic building built around an internal courtyard. The…

The Caretakers House (for the nearby shot tower) in the Hobart suburb of Bonnet Hill, Tasmania, has the appearance of a medieval fortified house. It was originally built for Joseph Moir from 1855 as a domestic dwelling. The two-storey stone building…

The Priest House is in the small rural Western Australian town of Mullewa was designed by Monsignor John Cyril Hawes as his personal accommodation. The stone house was built in 1929-1930 after the adjacent church of Our Lady of Mt Carmel and Sts…