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Opening doors

03 Jul 2014

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Ever wanted to see what happens behind the scenes at Channel 9? Perhaps you’ve never visited the Norla Dome at the Mission to Seafarers?

This month you’ll get the chance. Visitors and locals are invited to explore some of Docklands’ most interesting buildings in July through Open House Melbourne.

More than 100 buildings across the city, including many in Docklands, will open their doors to the public as part of the event.

In Docklands, Open House participants can visit the Channel 9 Studios, Lego Education Centre, the Library at the Dock, Mission to Seafarers, NAB’S 700 Bourke St headquarters and The Quays.

The Port of Melbourne will also offer tours of the port.

The first Open House was held in 2008, with eight buildings taking part.

This year 109 buildings will open to the public as part of the event.

Open House Melbourne takes place from July 26-27.

For more information visit http://www.openhousemelbourne.org

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