Como House & Garden


Como House & Garden

A stone’s throw away from Melbourne’s shopping mecca and perched high above the Yarra River lies the sanctuary of Como.

Boasting one of Melbourne’s finest garden, an inspiring historic mansion and an impressive collection of antique furniture, the property provides a glimpse into the indulgent lifestyle of its former owners, one of Australia’s wealthiest pioneer families.

Now 160 years old, a visit to Como reveals the life and times of Melbourne aristocracy and offers an insight to the transformation of the city through Gold Rush, Depression and War.

Wander the fountain terrace and immerse yourself in the history, luxury and inspiration that make Como Melbourne’s most glamorous location.

Como House & Garden is located just 10mins drive from Melbourne’s CBD in the beautiful suburb of South Yarra.

Please note: the mansion is NOT open to visitors on a daily basis. The gardens are open every day and free to explore.

For more information visit Como’s website or call (03) 9827 2500.

 
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