OPEN HOUSE MELBOURNE WISH LIST
Here are some more buildings in Open House Melbourne 2018 that might pique your interest…
Hawthorn Tram Depot Opened in 1916, the tram depot houses the city’s heritage tram fleet. à 8 Wallen Rd, Hawthorn 3122.
Cemetery It’s the final resting place of Robert Menzies and explorers Burke and Wills. àcollege Cr, Parkville 3052. Portable Iron Houses These houses are 19th-century prefabricated buildings, put up in haste to cope with the influx of people flocking to Melbourne. à399 Coventry St, South Melbourne 3205. 3CR Community Radio Visitors on the tour will get to step inside a studio and watch programming go live to air. à 21 Smith St, Fitzroy 3065. Fitzroy Town Hall This 19th-century town hall is the result of Melbourne’s growing wealth during the gold rush years. à 201 Napier St, Fitzroy 3065. Port of Melbourne Australia’s largest container and general cargo port hosts 3,000 ships a year. à Victoria Harbour, 892 Collins St, Docklands 3008.
University of Melbourne,
Newman College This Gothic Revival-style building was designed by Walter Burley Griffin. à 887 Swanston St, Parkville 3052. Melbourne Athenaeum Theatre and Library Most people don’t know the Athenaeum houses a full library. à188 Collins St, Melbourne 3000.
closedtoed, flat shoes and explore the fascinating history of Melbourne’s early electricity grid. à Cnr Lonsdale & Spencer St, Melbourne 3000. East Melbourne Synagogue The oldest continually operating synagogue in Victoria has been around since 1877. à 488 Albert St, East Melbourne 3002.
East Melbourne Synagogue