Rippon Lea House & Gardens | Open
Located only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD Rippon Lea Estate is one of the last of Australia's grand suburban estates.
Rippon Lea House and Gardens are open daily 10am to 5pm, with tour of the mansion at 3:00pm*. The gardens close at 5pm, with last entry to the grounds at 4:30pm.
House & Garden - Adult: $15 Concession: $12 Child (15 years & under): $9 Family (2 adults + up to 2 children): $35.
Garden Only - Adult: $10 Concession: $7 Child (15 years & under): $4 Family (2 adults + up to 2 children): $20.00.
When planning your visit Rippon Lea offers the following facilities and features: Guided tours Nature walks Gardens of special interest Gift and coffee shop Picnic areas Functions & Education services Wedding receptions Ceremonies and photo locations Activities suitable for less active visitors.
The property can be easily accessed by train with a 5 minute walk from Rippon Lea Station.
Catch Tram Route 67 Stop 42 Tram Tracker ID 2042 (to Carnegie) - Tracker Stop ID 1042 (to Melbourne University) tramTRACKER: For real-time tram information visit: yarratrams.com.au
The 216 or 219 Bus departs from Queen Street in the City on the south east corner of Queen and Collins Streets. Depending on traffic the journey takes 30 - 45 minutes. There is a stop directly outside Rippon Lea Estate. Ask the driver to set you down at the first stop after Glen Eira Road.
Alternatively parking is available locally should you wish to drive (Mel ref 67 F2).
Entry for National Trust members is free.
To enquire about membership visit www.nattrust.com.au (below)
When & Where
Happens: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Times: 10am to 5pm
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