Open House Melbourne 2017: Tasma Terrace

Visit one of Melbourne's beautiful heritage buildings saved by National Trust of Victoria (NTV). View some of the artefacts from its collection that will be on display.


The National Trust has participated in Open House Melbourne (OHM) since opening the doors of Tasma Terrace in 2009.

OHM provides the community with a free opportunity to discover a hidden wealth of architecture, engineering marvels and historic buildings nestled around the CBD and Cities of Port Phillip and Stonnington.

Tasma Terrace, is a prime example of the National Trust’s important advocacy role. Facing demolition in 1970, the National Trust saved this unique terrace which now serves as its headquarters.

On display at Tasma Terrace will be artefacts and objects from the National Trust collection that are rarely seen. These artefacts include items from Polly Woodside and the Old Melbourne Gaol collections.


Don’t forget to visit the Portable Iron Houses and Como House & Garden, also open to the community during Open House Melbourne.

Open House Melbourne is a free event for all.

Tasma Terrace - Planning your visit


6 Parliament Place
East Melbourne 3002 VIC

(03) 9656 9800

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