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Mailbox Art Space

You won’t find any mail waiting within these mailboxes. Peer inside, and you’ll instead catch a glimpse of an ever-changing public art installation.

Mailbox Art Space (formerly Mailbox 141) is an alternative space that encourages artists to experiment and showcase new work (as long as it fits into the letterboxes, that is). Artists are invited to come up with an idea related to an exhibit’s given theme.



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From Punishment to Rehabilitation – The Old Melbourne Gaol en 1kmsite_izi
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Larry La Trobe Statue 20180.3kmsite_ao
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Princess Theatre 20180.6kmsite_ao
There’s an Abandoned Ballroom Hidden in Australia’s Busiest Railway Station 20170.4kmsite_ao
‘Mr. Lizard and Gumnut Baby’ Statue 20180.8kmsite_ao
Marionette Fob Watch 20180.8kmsite_ao
Captain Cook’s Cottage 20171kmsite_ao
Visit One of the World’s First Movie Studios 20170.4kmsite_ao
Fairies Tree 20181kmsite_ao
The Bullet-Banged Armour of Australia’s Most Famous Outlaw 20170.8kmsite_ao
Gog and Magog 20170.6kmsite_ao
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