Tasma Terrace and Gallery

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This historic row of nineteenth century terraces is owned by the National Trust, and was originally constructed during the 1870’s as an upper class boarding house. During the late nineteenth century, a successful businesswoman was shot dead in a room of the boarding house, and many believed she has never really left her former residence. Staff and visitors to the building have reported sighting a buxom woman in an old-fashioned dress staring at them, while other claim to have heard disembodied footsteps and ghostly voices.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

6 Parliament Place
Melbourne, Victoria

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-37.811643, 144.975644
Nearest Towns:
Jolimont, AU (0.4 mi.)
Melbourne, AU (0.7 mi.)
North Melbourne, AU (1.6 mi.)
Toorak, AU (2.7 mi.)
Windsor, AU (3.1 mi.)
Kooyong, AU (3.8 mi.)
Balaclava, AU (4.2 mi.)
Caulfield North, AU (4.9 mi.)
Elsternwick, AU (5.4 mi.)
Glen Iris, AU (5.5 mi.)


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