Black Rock House
Built in 1856 by Victoria's first Auditor-General, Charles Hotson Ebden as a seaside holiday residence, Black Rock House is now owned by Bayside City Council.
Black Rock House offers a unique window into the past. In 1854, Charles Ebden purchased 122 acres of Boon wurrung country. Located on the coast, not too far from Melbourne, it was an ideal located for a retreat from town living.
Black Rock House is included in the Victorian Heritage Register, the Register of the National Estate and is classified by the National Trust.
Costumed volunteer members of Friends of Black Rock House greet visitors and conduct tours of the property every Sunday (see below).
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 34 Ebden Avenue Black Rock | Map
✆ (03) 9589 5763
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