Labassa may not boast the stately grounds of Rippon Lea or Como House , two other stately Melbourne homes open to the public, ... More
Labassa may not boast the stately grounds of Rippon Lea or Como House , two other stately Melbourne homes open to the public, but its interior is matched by none. Built in 1890, it boasts richly decorated rooms with heavy, handcrafted wallpaper, sweeping staircases, stained glass windows and lavishly painted trompe little ceilings. The place is open on the third Sunday of every month or by appointment.
Brighton Beach is famous for one of Melbourne's most picturesque sights, the colorful row of "bathing boxes" that runs along
its shore. These vividly decorated little sheds are basically privately owned changing rooms, but can sell for as much ...
First opened in 1853, this Melbourne institution is a shrine to sport. Known just as The G, it is used
year round for sporting (mainly Aussie Rules football and international cricket) and other events. The MCG is built on ...
Located on the 55th floor of Melbourne's tallest building, this observation deck opened in 1994 to provide spectacular 360 degree
views of Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. It is a must for visitors. The admission price includes Rialto Vision ...
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