• Architecture & design

Black Rock House

34 Ebden Avenue, Black Rock, Victoria, 3193

Black Rock House was built in 1856 by Victoria's first Auditor-General, Charles Hotson Ebden as his seaside retreat. Complete with a castle wall and Moreton Bay Figs, this historic home in the Melbourne Bayside suburb of Black Rock has a fascinating past.

Throughout its rich history, Black Rock House has been utilised as a meeting place for Melbourne's elite, as a retreat for Governor Sir Henry Barkly and also as a private house.

All are welcome to take a tour of Black Rock House on the first Sunday of each month. Tours take place between 1:00pm and 4:00pm. Tours will run in 2017 on 3 December and on 4 February 2018. Please check the website for other tour and market dates.

For groups, Black Rock House is available by bookings and entry is by a nominated ticket price.

The website lists several special community events as well as Ghost Tours held in winter.

Content: Black Rock House
Cost
Type Entry cost
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Sunday guided tours free. Donations accepted. Weekday tours $5. Ghost Tours and Paranormal XFiles Tours fees apply. Details at the website and on Facebook.

$0.00 - $80.00
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Facilities:
  • Non smoking establishment
Accessibility:
  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
34 Ebden Avenue, Black Rock, Victoria, 3193

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