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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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The history of Napier Waller House is often associated with the life and career of noted Australian muralist, mosaicist and stained glass artist Napier Waller. Less is known however about the women who also worked within these walls. Christian Waller worked alongside her husband to establish this superb Arts and
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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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Old Melbourne Gaol

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  The original cells also held petty offenders, debtors, children, the homeless and the mentally ill along with Australia’s most infamous citizen, the bushranger Ned Kelly. The gallows, where prisoners were hanged are still in place at the gaol. Today you can visit the Old Melbourne Gaol and find out
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The Heights

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Prefabricated in Hamburg, Germany, the Heights was erected in 1854 and is the largest dwelling of its kind in Victoria.
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Rippon Lea Estate

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Rippon Lea is a National Heritage Listed heritage site and one of the last surviving examples of a grand estates.
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Tasma Terrace

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The headquarters of the National Trust (Victoria), Tasma Terrace has a gift shop and features regular exhibitions and other events throughout the year.
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The Briars

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Situated at Mount Martha on the Mornington Peninsula, The Briars is a beautiful, rural property.
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The Federal Standard Printing Works

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One of the few substantially intact provincial newspaper printeries remaining from the gold mining era.
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Gulf Station

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Gulf Station tells an exciting story about the daily life on a pioneer farm, with an array of farm buildings and animals waiting to be discovered.
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La Trobe’s Cottage

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The original home of Victoria's first Lt. Governor, Charles Joseph La Trobe from 1839 to 1854.
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Labassa

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From mansion to apartments, Labassa has survived with its Victorian era decoration intact.
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Lake View House

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Historically important as an example of early brick building and as the childhood home of author Henry Handel Richardson.
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McCrae Homestead

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McCrae Homestead is one of Victoria's oldest homesteads and is a physical reminder of the early pioneering life.
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Mooramong

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Hollywood comes to the homestead at this 1860s country house revamped for an Australian millionaire and his movie star wife.
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Mott’s Cottage

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Constructed in three stages, the oldest section of this cottage dates from 1850 or earlier.
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Mulberry Hill

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Home of Daryl Lindsay who founded the National Gallery of Victoria and Joan Lindsay author of Picnic at Hanging Rock.
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Nehill Brothers’ Farm Living History Reserve

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Home of the Large Black Pig and other Australian heritage farm animal breeds.
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Polly Woodside tall ship and museum

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All aboard for adventure on Melbourne's favourite tall ship
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Portable Iron Houses

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Get an insight into life during the Gold Rush era when you visit one of the few remaining pre-fabricated iron buildings in the world.
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Portarlington Mill

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At one time there were over 250 flour mills in Victoria. Constructed of local sandstone and timbers, Portarlington Mill is a significant example of the earliest mills.
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