Government House and La Trobe's Cottage Tour
|Guided tours of Government House from La Trobe's Cottage have returned. |
The tours provide a tangible link between the pre-gold rush and Marvellous Melbourne, giving a fascinating insight into the contract between the two properties and the eras they represent.
Although still a working residence today, Government House tours may include the grand State Rooms, the Billiard Room and a visit 'below stairs' to the old kitchens and mews.
|Tours run most Mondays and Thursdays at 10am and are only available to groups of 10 or more people. |
Unfortunately individuals wanting to join booked group tours cannot do so.
|To book please contact our Bookings Office on 03 9656 9804 or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Please note: As Government House is a working residence and a fully operational building, the Office of the Governor reserves the right to reschedule or cancel tours. |
Names are to be provided of all guests attending and photo ID is required on the day.
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