20Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership
Address: 603-615 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Saturday and Sunday
What's Open: Join a tour to hear about the architecture and its impact on education. Visitors will have access to the three levels of the building including the underground lecture theatre, the terrace, outdoor learning spaces, the observational class room, the community room on the ground level and the upstairs syndicate rooms. Peter Maddison will be conducting presentations in the theatre over the weekend.
Frequency Of Tours: 12 people every 30 minutes
Year Built: Built in 1882, completed 2012
Architect: Henry Bastow – 1882, Peter Maddison – 2012 maddisonarchitects.com.au
Tram Stops: Stop 13: Curzon and Queensbury Streets on route 57
A faithful restoration of an 1882 school with a contemporary, state of the art extension.
Included on either the Victorian Heritage Register, Heritage Council. Classified by the National Trust, Australia (Victoria) or included on the CIty of Melbourne Heritage Overlay
Good for Kids