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Fortuna Villa

22-48 Chum Street, Golden Square, Victoria, 3555

Fortuna Villa in Bendigo has very few, if any, parallels. Built over several decades during the Victorian gold rush from the 1850’s to the1890’s by gold baron George Lansell, this unusual and incredibly beautiful home has been returned to its original splendour. With ruby glass, decorative ceilings, intricate panelling, luscious wallpaper and historic fountains, the exquisite details of Fortuna Villa are nearly too numerous to mention.

The luxurious and renowned High Tea at Fortuna Villa includes a tour of the home and grounds, offering visitors a unique and memorable experience. It is the perfect opportunity for guests to immerse themselves in the grandeur of the past, enjoy the pleasure of the moment, and imagine a bright future for such a well-loved architectural icon. It’s an experience like no other, one for people to see and feel to be believed.

Fortuna Villa is also a unique and distinctive venue for weddings, conferences, and events of many kinds, offering an elegant atmosphere with a myriad of historical features and every contemporary luxury.

A significant piece of Australian history, Fortuna Villa stands apart as a grand and opulent masterpiece of an era long-gone, an era that can now be experienced and enjoyed anew.

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22-48 Chum Street, Golden Square, Victoria, 3555

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