Tasma Gallery

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Tasma Gallery

Tasma Terrace
“Tasma Terrace” is one of the finest examples of a 19th century three storey terrace house in Australia and was built for wealthy grain merchant George Nipper as a stylish guest house and family home in 1879.

Plans for the demolition of Tasma Terrace for hi rise towers in 1970 lead to the National Trust’s successful battle to preserve Tasma Terrace.

Tasma Terrace is now the home of the National Trust in Victoria.
It has a shop and gallery space, period rooms and meeting rooms.

Tasma Terrace is available as venue for hire for functions, meetings and conferences.

Tragedy at Parliament Place

Tragedy At Parliament Place - read about a sad episode in the history of Tasma Terrace


Opening hours

Tasma Shop / Office is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. The Wunderkammer Exhibition runs from 5 Feb to 30 April 2015 on weekdays from 10am to 4pm (excluding public holidays).


6 Parliament Place
East Melbourne 3002 VIC


03 9656 9800

Entry fees

Wunderkammer Admission: Adult $10 Concession $7.50 Child $5 National Trust Members $5