Presented as part of the National Trust Australian Heritage Festival.
Guided tours of the Flagstaff Gardens and the Royal Historical Society of Victoria (RHSV) will commence from the RHSV at 11am and 2pm on Mondays. Visitors will climb Flagstaff Hill to consider its place in Melbourne’s topography and pre-European history as well as its early role as a burial ground, signalling station and magnetic and meteorological observatory. Visitors will then be shown the collections held at the RHSV and a behind the scenes tour of this magnificent Art Deco building. Highlights include the wood panneled Officer’s Mess, Drill Halls and Art Deco details.
Date: 11am and 2pm on Monday, 15 May 2017
Venue: Flagstaff Gardens, Melbourne