Bundoora Homestead and Art Museum

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This historic mansion was built at the turn of the twentieth century, and is brimming with beautiful art, a splendid history and some friendly ghosts. Staff working late hours often hear disembodied footsteps late at night and feel unseen figures brush past them in the hallways. The mansion is also believed to be haunted by an elderly war veteran, who often appears to visitors and has been known to throw objects around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

7-27 Snake Gully Drive
Bundoora, Victoria

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-37.70484318886819, 145.05038389814763
Nearest Towns:
Mont Park, AU (1.2 mi.)
Keon Park, AU (1.9 mi.)
Regent, AU (3.4 mi.)
Germantown, AU (3.8 mi.)
Fawkner, AU (4.6 mi.)
Darch, AU (4.8 mi.)
Balwyn North, AU (6.4 mi.)
Balwyn, AU (7.6 mi.)
Jolimont, AU (8.6 mi.)
North Melbourne, AU (8.8 mi.)


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