The White House

Built in 1854 and originally known as Berkeley Hall, this Classical beauty was custom built as the residence for Victoria's then-Crown Solicitor, Henry Field Gurner.

It is touted as the second-oldest building in St Kilda and is renowned for being one of the earliest works of prominent architect Albert Purchas.

Throughout its 160-year history, the house has been expanded and used for multiple purposes from personal residence to boys' home to office.

In 2007, under the care of Small Giants, it received an overhaul of love and affection, including a full restoration and the planting of a productive, edible garden. She's now known to us as The White House, and is where we work, eat, laugh, debate, learn, listen, live and play table tennis with great people.

The White House is home to Small Giants and three of our portfolio businesses -Impact Investment Group, TOM Organic and Dumbo Feather - as well as B Lab Australia & New Zealand.

❊ Address & Contact ❊

The White House⊜ 11 Princes Street St Kilda | Map
11 Princes StreetSt Kilda

❊ Web Links ❊

The White House 

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