Beleura is Open
We are taking your health seriously and want everyone to feel confident about going on our group tours and attending our concerts.
All visitors will need to wear a mask when using the Beleura bus, on a House Tour or attending a music program indoors.
Visitors must not attend Beleura if they exhibit specified symptoms or have to self-isolate.
Let me tell you a little about Beleura, a theatre of the past…
Beleura was built on the Mornington Peninsula in 1863 by Scottish immigrant James Butchart. Its final owner was the composer John Tallis who bequeathed Beleura to the people of Victoria as a memorial to his late father, Sir George Tallis, the well-known theatre entrepreneur and head of J.C. Williamson Ltd.
Today Beleura House & Garden is a place where people are welcomed, where talented young musicians are encouraged and where vignettes of the past offer an insight into the lives of previous generations. The house and its splendid grounds, interiors and archival material reflect the life and legacy of the Tallis family. A small collection of work by ceramic artist, Klytie Pate was part of this legacy and has since expanded to become the Klytie Pate Treasury. An Automobile Museum opened in 2018 and a programme of highly-regarded recitals, guided tours and cultural events is available to view here…
A tour of Beleura is a truly nostalgic journey into a vanished world, led by accomplished guides who have a deep knowledge and enthusiasm for this remarkable House & Garden.
Tours take place by arrangement each week with transfers from the Mornington Golf Club. Bookings are essential.
Beleura House & Garden
PO Box 1198
Mornington Victoria 3931
(03) 5975 2027
VISITATION TO BELEURA IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Tuesday - Friday
9am - 4pm
Beleura House & Garden is an associated property with the National Trust