Join in the festivities and celebrate the National Trust's 60th anniversary at Mulberry Hill.
Sir Daryl Lindsay (1889-1976) was the inaugural president of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) from 1956-1973. Considered the most influential 20th-century gallery director in Australia, Sir Daryl Lindsay had an extensive and varied career from bank clerk and war artist, to curator, art gallery director and founding member and first president of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria).
This open day will include guided tours of Mulberry Hill, home to Sir Daryl and Lady Joan Lindsay from 1925 until they passed away. (Sir Daryl in 1976 and Lady Joan in 1984). The Lindsay’s bequeathed the property and its contents to the National Trust of Australia (Victoria).
Self-guided tours are available anytime between 11am-4pm.
Guided tours focusing on Sir Daryl Lindsay’s life and career will run at 11:30am, 1pm and 2:30pm.
Please note: Numbers for guided tours are limited.