The success of the pastoralist, and the position of the governor, the judge, and the rich resident have brought into existence many large houses that may well be classed as mansions. Houses of thirty to fifty rooms are quite common in the suburbs of Sydney, and the "Toorak " of Melbourne is well known; while all the other capitals hold large houses of the wealthy, and the broad lands of the pastoral districts are dotted with the mansions of the squatter.