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Pentridge Prison

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Significant heritage buildings at Melbourne’s former Her Majesty’s Prison Pentridge, which housed some of Australia’s most infamous criminals, are set to open for visitors in 2023. To bring this experience to life, Pentridge has appointed National Trust of Australia (Victoria) as its tourism operations partner. Simon Ambrose, CEO of the National
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No 3 Pump Station

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No 3 Pump Station is home to the Cunderdin Museum
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Hope Cottage

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Hope Cottage one of three cottages built around 1857 by brothers Charles and Michael Calnan.
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Australian Wildlife Sanctuary

Australian Wildlife Sanctuary

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Discover your wild side at a heritage-listed wildlife sanctuary in Bargo.
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VAULT

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Step into our new vintage clothing boutique in Melbourne’s iconic Block Arcade that will showcase a curated and ever-evolving collection of quality pre-loved and designer clothing, shoes, and accessories.
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Karalee Rocks

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As a stop on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail, visitors can enjoy this special place and learn about its fascinating history on two interpreted trails. Karalee Rocks is an important part of the story of the Eastern Goldfields Railway, the development of the goldfields and the state. It has an
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Artillery Drill Hall / Freo.Social

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When constructed, the Drill Hall provided facilities for the town’s volunteer artillery corps known as the Fremantle No 2 Battery Field Artillery. The building was also used for leisure and social activities and is where the first game of badminton was played in Australia. Captain FG Moore, one of the
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ANZAC Cottage

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Anzac Cottage was built in one day, 12 February 1916, by the community of Mount Hawthorn
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Curtin Family Home

Curtin Family Home – Cottesloe

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This former home of Australian Prime Minister John Curtin is located in the beachside suburb of Cottesloe and is available for short and long term rent. Relax and unwind in this comfortable home with family or friends close to the beach and a range of seaside amenities. John Curtin, wartime
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Beleura House and Garden

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Beleura is an associated property with the National Trust. Members receive discounted entry.   Built in 1864 by James Butchart, the wealthiest man in the colony of Victoria, Beleura comprises twelve acres of pleasure gardens surrounding a Classical style villa designed by architect Joseph Reed. A monthly music program presents
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Avondale Farm Cottages

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Why not take family and friends to Avon Valley to experience the rolling agricultural landscape while enjoying a weekend disconnected from city life? Explore the local district during the day and come back to the peace and big open night skies at night. Avondale is about 12km west of the
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Avondale Farm

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Avondale Farm is located on Ballardong Noongar Country, nestled between the Gogulgar Bilya (Avon River) and Dale River, just a few kilometres to the west of the Avon Valley town of Beverley. This landscape sustained the Ballardong Noongar people for tens of thousands of years. With its fertile soils, rolling
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Pine Creek Museum

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The Pine Creek Museum is the oldest prefabricated corrugated iron building in Australia.
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Mills Cottage

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The earliest part of Mills Cottage dates back to c.1843, making it possibly one of Victoria's oldest homes.
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Waller House

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Immerse yourself in the lives of those who lived, created, loved, and lost in Waller House.
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Moonta Mines Tourist Railway

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Departing from the platform adjacent to the Moonta Mines Museum, the Moonta Mines Tourist Railway is a guided tour of the historic Moonta Mines State Heritage Area. Featuring extensive commentary from local drivers, passengers are taken past many historic landmarks of the former mining operations, including the reservoir, ore sorting floors,
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Samson House

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Samson House is located in Walyalup (Fremantle) on Whadjuk Noongar Country. This impressive home was built in 1888 for Michael Samson, who, after a life of adventure – and often misadventure! – went on to become an active member of local Fremantle politics and, ultimately, Mayor of Fremantle from 1905
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Tuggeranong Schoolhouse

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Popular Canberra storyteller, Elizabeth Burness, trading as ‘History With A Difference’, brings stories of Canberra’s pioneering past alive.      
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National Trust Shop

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Shop with the National Trust and you'll be supporting our valuable work.
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Como House and Garden

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Built in 1847, Como House and Garden is an intriguing mix of Australian Regency and classic Italianate architecture. Como offers a glimpse into the privileged lifestyle of former owners, the Armytage family, who lived there for nearly a century. The Armytages became famous amongst Melbourne high society and equally famous
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St John’s Schoolhouse Museum

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Constructed of locally quarried bluestone, with a shingle roof, the building consists of the schoolroom and five rooms for the school teacher’s residence. The School closed in 1907. The residence was occupied by local families until the 1930’s, when it was used by church and community groups as a meeting
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