1888 – House, Bellevue, Sydney, Australia
Design for front entrance porch to a house in Bellevue, Sydney. Bellevue is an affluent neighbourhood with many fine examples of domestic architecture.
1889 – Sydney Town Hall, New South Wales
In architectural style, the Sydney Town Hall is French Second Empire,
1891 – General Post Office, Martin Pl., Sydney, Australia
Designed by colonial architect James Barnet, the building was constructed in stages from 1866 to 1891.
1892 – The Strand Arcade, Sydney, Australia
Named after The Strand in London, a smart and fashionable shopping street,
1894 – Department of Lands Building, Bridge St., Sydney, Australia
Block bound by Bridge, Loftus, Bent and Gresham Streets and constructed in two stages by State architects James Barnet and his successor Walter Liberty Vernon.
1898 – Former Health Department, Macquarie St., Sydney, Australia
The Federation Free Style building is a three storey plus basement brick former office building constructed on a steep site on what is a prominent Macquarie Street corner.
1898 – Point Perpendicular Lighthouse, Jarvis Bay, NSW, Australia
Point Perpendicular was chosen in September 1883 as a site for a new lighthouse by Colonial Architect James Barnet and Captain Francis Hixson of the Marine Board.
1898 – Queen Victoria Building, Sydney, Australia
Occupying an entire city block, with four monumental and elaborate facades in a Richardsonian Romanesque style.
1900c – Uniting Church, Narooma, New South Wales
Regarded as an excellent example of the Australian Federation Carpenter Gothic architectural style. The decorative gable truss structures at the end of the nave and the small porch are of note.