The plant conservatory is opened in March 1930. It's in the Spanish mission architectural style (did I mention that to New South Welshpeople, Victoria is also known as "Mexico"? I'm just saying, is all...), measures 30 x 15 metres and originally cost 4,000 pounds back in the days before we mercifully converted to decimal currency.
This is actually the rear of the building.
The conservatory is a popular spot for photographing wedding parties, but be warned that a sign on the door warns that the contractors who run the place have the right to refuse entry. Since I don't want to be blamed in the unlikely event that someone decides to do that based on this photo, so I caution you to make arrangements first.
The statue outside the building can also be seen in image 3495.