A: Carlton, Victoria, Australia, B: Parkville, Victoria, Australia
At the University of Melbourne in November 1949 the first test program was run on Trevor Pearcey's and Maston Beard’s CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) Mk1, the first stored-program computer in Australia. In 1956 the machine was renamed CSIRAC (Commonweatlh Scientific and Industrial Research Automatic Computer)
Excluding the BINAC, which only operated for a short time, the CSIR Mk1 was one of only three stored-program computers operating in the world at this time. CSIRAC, preserved at the Melbourne Museum, is the only intact first-generation electronic computers that survived. Other very early surviving machines include the Zuse Z4, and one or two Ferranti Pegasus computers.