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Commemorates Albert Dunstan, a former Premier of Victoria.
Sir Albert Arthur Dunstan, KCMG was an Australian politician. A member of the Country Party (now National Party of Australia), Dunstan was the 33rd Premier of Victoria. His term as Premier was the second-longest in the state's history, behind Sir Henry Bolte. Dunstan, who was Premier from 2 April 1935 to 14 September 1943 and again from 18 September 1943 to 2 October 1945, was the first Premier of Victoria to hold that office as a position in its own right, and not just an additional duty taken up by the Treasurer, Attorney General, or Chief Secretary.
|Address:||Spring Street, Treasury Gardens, Melbourne, 3000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -37.813443|
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|Sub-Theme:||Government - State|
|Monument Designer:||Peter Corlett, 1999|
|Monument Manufacturer:||Bronze - Meridian Foundry|
The Hon Sir Albert Dunstan KCMG MP Premier of Victoria 1935-1943, 1943-1945