Website with information about the Federal Capital Design Competition and the Griffin plans, with links to a page on how they were prepared. Produced jointly by the National Archives of Australia, National Capital Authority and the National Library of Australia.
Primary and secondary teachers’ kits developed by the National Capital Authority to provide a curriculum-based educational resource to support the story of Canberra at the National Capital Exhibition. This permanent exhibition is located at Regatta Point in Commonwealth Park, Canberra, and tells the story of the establishment of the National Capital through the use of innovative and interactive exhibits. The Exhibition is promoted as the essential first stop for school groups visiting Canberra. It allows students to understand the city and its historical background and to orient themselves prior to exploring the National Capital.
The Teaching Heritage of NSW website is a professional website to assist teachers. It includes photos of Willoughby Incinerator and the Fishwick House at Castlecrag, Sydney
Website with information about the Griffins lives and work on three continents, and about a documentary film Walter Burley Griffin In His Own Right produced by Will-TV in the USA.
Marion Mahony Griffin: Drawing the Form of Nature
A Vision Splendid: How the Griffins imagined Australia’s Capital
Beyond architecture: Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin in America, Australia and India
The Magic of America: Electronic Edition, Marion Mahony Griffin, published by the Art Institute of Chicago, online only, August 2007 http://www.artic.edu/magicofamerica/Beyond architecture: Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin in America, Australia and India, Anne Watson (editor) published by Powerhouse Publishing, Sydney, Australia
Canberra following Griffin: A Design History of Australia’s National Capital, Paul Reid, published by National Archives of Australia
A Vision Splendid: How the Griffins Imagined Australia's Capital, Christopher Vernon, booklet published by National Archives of Australia
Walter Burley Griffin in America Photographs and Essay by Mati Maldre
The Capitol Theatre, Melbourne was bought by RMIT University in 1999. The theatre interior and its magnificent lighting has since been restored.
Newman College, Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Castlecrag Progress Association, Sydney
The Haven Amphitheatre, Castlecrag, Sydney
Ranelagh Residents Association, Mount Eliza, Melbourne
Eaglemont Estate, Heidelberg, Melbourne
Non-government heritage groups
The Walter Burley Griffin Society of America established in 1999
The Australian Garden History Society is committed to the conservation of significant cultural landscapes and historic gardens throughout Australia
The Twentieth Century Heritage Society of NSW Inc. is based in New South Wales, Australia and was founded in 1995, with the aim of protecting and promoting 20th century architectural and design heritage in the state.
Art Deco Society of NSW
Art Deco Society Inc. established Melbourne 1992
National Trust of Australia, New South Wales Chapter owns the Stella James House designed by Walter Burley Griffin and built at Avalon, Sydney.
Government heritage organisations
Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales
Heritage Office, a State government agency based in Parramatta, New South Wales
Australian Heritage Commission
Images and architectural drawings
Picture Australia is an Internet based service that allows you to search many significant online pictorial collections including an extensive collection of Griffin images from the National Library of Australia, the National Archives of Australia, the State Library of Victoria and others.
The Block Museum of Art at the Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA has a large archive of Griffin Architectural Drawings
The Harrison Papers are a comprehensive collection of personal papers, correspondence, writings by Peter Harrison and research materials relating to Walter Burley Griffin, town planning and urban development particularly in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
The National Capital Authority plans, enhances, promotes and maintains Canberra as the nation’s capital on behalf of all Australians. It is a Statutory Agency of the Australian Government, established under the ACT (Planning and Land Management) Act 1988
Willoughby City Council is the local council responsible for the Griffin Conservation Area, Castlecrag , Sydney
Heritage Office, Department of Planning, New South Wales
The Marion Mahony Griffin Award presented each year by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter