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Buildings open doors to public

29 Jun 2017

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Take a peek, or a guided tour, at some of Docklands’ most iconic buildings during the 10th Open House program on July 29 and 30.

This year Medibank, KPMG, Library at The Dock and Mission to Seafarers in Docklands will open their doors to the public.

The Medibank tour will take visitors to the edible garden, kitchen, multi-purpose sports court and the work floor of 26 different work environments on the Saturday.

Also on the Saturday, visitors can take a stroll around the foyer, workspace, client floors, Insights Centre, commercial kitchen and rooftop terrace at KPMG at Collins Square.

People will have the chance to find out what makes Library at The Dock the most sustainable building in Melbourne across the two days.

The 100-year-old Mission to Seafarers building (pictured below) will also welcome anyone with an interest in history or European-style architecture on the Sunday.

The design of the Mission to Seafarers incorporates Spanish Mission Revival and English Domestic Arts and Crafts, a true architecture beauty that cannot be missed.

Pre-bookings are required for guided tours at Medibank, KPMG and Library at the Dock. Small booking fees may apply for some tours.

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