OPEN HOUSE MEL­BOURNE WISH LIST

Here are some more build­ings in Open House Mel­bourne 2018 that might pique your in­ter­est…

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Hawthorn Tram De­pot Opened in 1916, the tram de­pot houses the city’s her­itage tram fleet. à 8 Wallen Rd, Hawthorn 3122.

Mel­bourne Gen­eral

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.

Substation ‘J’wear

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

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