RACV City Club, Melbourne<br />
This brilliant billiard room, venue for the 2019 World Billiards Championship, achieves a fine balance between the modern and the traditional. The room features eight antique Alcock & Co billiard tables including two prized Duke of Edinburgh models - one in Tasmanian Blackwood and the other a rare and valuable model in Tulipwood. Photograph: Neil Maclachan. Victorian Government House<br />
Full size Alcock John Roberts model billiard table installed at Government House in 1876. This magnificent billiard room includes a gallery of portraits of the Governors of Victoria and their spouses.<br />
Werribee Park Mansion<br />
Full size Alcock Duke of Edinburgh model billiard table originally installed during the late 1870s. This outstanding Australian billiard room evokes the style of the great billiard rooms of the period with a vaulted and panelled ceiling with skylight. A prominent private club, Melbourne<br />
Three Full Size Alcock Tables: one of unique design, featuring casuarina timbers, and extensive high relief carving; flanked by two Duke of Edinburgh model tables. This room stands in the very finest Billiards Tradition, with magnificent heavily moulded high ceilings, twin fireplaces, massive richly carved black wood overmantels and much more.<br />
A prominent private club, Melbourne<br />
Full size Alcock Duke of Edinburgh model billiard tables, as originally installed. Highlights of this remarkable room are the superb coffered ceiling and fine surrounding furniture. Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club<br />
An excellent group of full size Alcock billiard tables, a Hopetoun model (No 5512, 1900s, centre) and two Duke of Edinburgh models (No 1947, 1880s, left; No 2162, 1880s, right). Kooyong’s tables, fully restored in 1990 and displaying striking fiddleback blackwood show timbers, would be the envy of any club in Australia. Photograph: Michelle Richter.<br />
Sandringham Club<br />
This traditional club billiard room features two full size Alcock billiard tables, including one Hopetoun table, a model developed to honour the first Governor General of Australia. A prominent private club, Bendigo<br />
A pair of matching full size Alcock billiard tables in a very fine billiard room featuring a high vaulted ceiling with a magnificent skylight in the 19th century tradition, raised leather seating, and stunning custom carpeting. Private Home, Mr Sean Buckley, Toorak, Victoria<br />
Full size Alcock Charlton model billiard table, show timbers in black satin finish, installed 2012. A truly remarkable aquarium forms one of the walls of this great billiard room. Private home, Perth, Western Australia<br />
Full size Alcock John Roberts model billiard table installed following restoration 2013. This great billiard room features an outstanding curve fronted bar area and glass fronted internal garden. Private home, Brighton, Victoria<br />
10 ft Thomson and Taylor Federal model billiard table, installed 2007 following restoration. A grand Victorian style home billiard room furnished with items reflective of the period. Private home, Kew, Victoria<br />
9ft contemporary style Alcock billiard table. A unique and arresting cantilevered design developed in conjunction with the table owner’s architects, and installed in 2012. Private home, Colac, Victoria<br />
Full size billiard table by A W Thomson, with vivid figured Blackwood veneers, restored 2010. In this great billiard room, the rugged stone wall contrasts with the simple lines of the table.<br />
Private home, Wedge Bay, Tasmania<br />
Full size Alcock Governor model billiard table, Mahogany finish, installed 2008.  With this great billiard room the surrounding timber finishes complement the elaborate table.<br />
Private home, Flinders, Victoria<br />
Full size Alcock Duke of Edinburgh model table, restored and installed, the late 1980s.This great billiard room has an outstanding vaulted cedar ceiling and a panoramic view of the countryside. Private Home, Doreen, Victoria<br />
Antique Billiard Table, early 1880s in a Striking Modern Setting.<br />
Private Home, Goulburn NSW<br />
Brilliant multi-purpose billiard room, meticulously designed in the Art Deco style. 9Ft Alcock Table individually constructed and installed 2015.<br />
Arcoona Manor, Deloraine, Tasmania<br />
A very fine purpose-built billiard room in an 1892 Edwardian style National Trust house featuring the original Alcock Standard model full size billiard table, a vaulted and panelled timber ceiling with skylight, a stained glass feature bay window, and much more. Photograph: Michelle Richter.