Black Rock House was built in 1856 by Victoria's first Auditor-General, Charles Hotson Ebden, as his seaside retreat. Complete with a castle wall and Moreton Bay Figs, this historic home in the Melbourne Bayside suburb of Black Rock has a fascinating past. It was considered to be the first house built in the district and the suburb of Black Rock is named after the iconic house.
Listed on the National Trust Register, with beautiful gardens, Black Rock House Gardens is suitable for intimate and medium-sized wedding ceremonies.
For more information visit the Friends of Black Rock House website. Friends of Black Rock House conduct tours of the property.