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Old Melbourne Gaol

Winner of Australian and Victorian Tourism Awards. Explore Melbourne's dark past through this legal precinct comprising the original Gaol, Magistrate's Court and former Police City Watch House. Includes Watch House tours, Ned Kelly deathmask and interactive court room trials


Rippon Lea Estate

Rippon Lea is a National Heritage listed site and one of the last surviving examples of a grand estate. The estate has a large Victorian pleasure garden and fernery, an original mansion with 19th century kitchens, lake, waterfall, grotto, orchard and tower


Polly Woodside

All aboard for adventure on Melbourne's favorite tall ship.With an interactive gallery and an exciting program of events, this 1885 Belfast built iron ship is a rich reminder of Australia’s maritime history and provides an engaging experience for everyone


Como House & Gardens

Built in 1847, Como House & Garden is an intriguing mix of Australian Regency and classic Italianate architecture. Established by Edward Eyre Williams as a new home for himself and his wife Jessie Gibbon, Como has been immersed in glamour and romance since its early beginnings

Barwon Park Mansion

Barwon Park, built in 1871 for Thomas and Elizabeth Austin is a majestic 42 room bluestone mansion and stables & an ideal venue for weddings, photography and group functions


Endeavour Fern Gully

Endeavour Fern Gully is a rural bushland remnant of 27 hectares of rain forest that contains a variety of natural habitats and rich in local flora and fauna



Labassa is one of Australia's most outstanding 19th century mansions. Hidden in a cul-de-sac in Caulfield, Labassa's striking facade and opulent interiors reflect late 1880s grandeur and Victorian taste and elegance


Gulf Station

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


McCrae Homestead

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


Portable Iron Houses

The three houses on Coventry Street, South Melbourne are among the few 19th century prefabricated iron buildings remaining in the world



Remodelled in 1938 to reflect the Hollywood style, this homestead elegantly echoes the lifestyle of D.J.S (Scobie) Mackinnon and his wife, Hollywood silent screen star Claire Adams


Mulberry Hill

Home of Daryl Lindsay who founded the National Gallery of Victoria and Joan Lindsay author of 'Picnic at Hanging Rock'


Barwon Grange

Barwon Grange alone survives intact from many fashionable mid 19th century valuable river frontage residences built along the Barwon river


The Heights

Pre–fabricated in Hamburg, Germany, the Heights was erected in 1854 and is the largest dwelling of its kind in Victoria


Dow's Pharmacy

Built in 1859, the pharmacy remained open until 1968 and was operated by Hilda and Roy Dow from 1929. You will find many original shop fittings, records and pharmaceutical equipment. The extent to which retailing and the science of pharmacy and medicine have changed is well highlighted at Dow's Pharmacy