Eildon Mansion is an impressive Victorian heritage-listed property located in the heart of St Kilda (51 Grey Street), which has retained
extensive original internal features such as sandstone, marble and timber mantelpieces, ceiling roses, bay windows and a large basement
space, the old kitchen.
The central section of the building, (the original house, named Barham House), was built in 1850 for Edward Bernard Green before being extended by the prestigious Melbourne architectural firm Reed & Barnes in 1871 for pastoralist John Lang Currie (1818-1898).
Venue hire is available for:
● Corporate functions;
● Wedding ceremony;
● Concerts &/or rehearsals;
● Photo & video shoots.
Eildon Mansion’s spaces for hiring include:
Monday to Friday: 9am to 7pm
Saturday: 9am to 6pm
(Hire outside our opening hours is possible but does incur an extra fee for security guards on top of the hirer fee)
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An exhibition presented by the Clark Art Projects
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