St Patrick’s Cathedral
Head up McArthur St (the extension of Collins St) to see one of the world’s largest and finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture....
The grand steps of Victoria’s parliament (c 1856) are often dotted with slow-moving, tulle-wearing brides smiling for the camera, or...
This grand hotel has been serving afternoon tea since 1883. Indulge in the delights of their three-tier platters of finger sandwiches,...
It’s mighty rare to get a decent meal for under $10, but it’s possible here. The local Indian community knows it’s good, and while...
Tasma Terrace information
Lonely Planet review
The three-storey, grey-stuccoed terraces comprising Tasma Terrace were built in 1879 and designed by Charles Webb, who also designed the famous Windsor Hotel. These are one of Melbourne’s finest Victorian terrace rows, with exquisite cast-iron verandas and a restrained ecclesiastical air. They are owned by the National Trust , an organisation dedicated to preserving historically significant buildings across the state. The National Trust has its offices here. Follow Little Bourke St east to St Andrews Pl, then turn left.