Ah, here we go. Department of Planning and Environment, 1986. Our neighbour in Balaclava worked there and she gave us these after she cleaned out of office. Maybe she was retiring.
Too hard to read, I think. The basics are that this was a grain storage shed in the Victorian town of Murtoa. The roof rises from 2.4 metres at the sides to 19 metres at the top of the hipped roof. 560 poles support the roof and the storage shed was an emergency construction during WWII when Australia had difficulty selling its wheat overseas. It had to be kept somewhere and not wasted. Colloquially is is known as the 'Stick Shed', or the 'Wimmera Cathedral', The Wimmera being the area surrounding Muroa.
Sick of statistics yet? It was one of 22 such sheds built in Australia, 4 in Victoria and 18 in Western Australia and this one could hold 93,000 tonnes of wheat. I believe it is the only one left. It is a testament to the skill and craft of the bushmen who built it with barely any new material.