Address: Level 3, 428 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Saturday and Sunday
What's Open: Denmark House is usually only open to its members (Danish and Australian) and their guests. Enjoy access to a unique space that celebrates modern Danish design, art, literature, music and cuisine. The space is decidedly contemporary and showcases the sophisticated sense of design, including select furniture pieces, for which Denmark has long been revered. Aesthetics aside, the atmosphere is warm, inviting and family friendly.
Frequency Of Tours: Self Guided
Building Type: Recreation Buildings
Year Built: 2009
Architect: m2design (interiors)
Tram Stops: Stop 4: Queen Street/Collins Street on routes 31, 109 and 112
Stop 3: Queen Street/Bourke Street on routes 86, 95 and 96
The Danish Club 'Dannebrog' was established in 1889.