The District Docklands is full of family-friendly experiences, like the Among Us-style game Saboteurs, the immersive gallery ArtVo and the wacky Chaos Lab. And soon, an imaginative new experience is coming that will turn that frown upside down! Stroll over to the Melbourne Star, and see an inverted house that looks like it dropped straight from the sky. When you enter, you’ll walk on ceilings and explore heaps of upside down rooms. House Down Under will open on Saturday December 2.
House Down Under
Round up your friends, bring your camera along and go dancing on the ceiling in this inverted space. There’s no time limit, so you can explore the space and perfect your poses for as long as you like. Check out a series of rooms that have been flipped on its head, including a bedroom, a bathroom with a toilet, a kitchen area, home office and more.
“We are thrilled to be bringing the excitement of House Down Under to our brand new location in Docklands, Melbourne,” said Osvaldas Anusaitis, General Manager for House Down Under. “The new venue has been designed to engage and captivate guests, creating Instagrammable moments with family and friends of all ages in our upside down house.”
If you need any assistance or encouragement, the House Down Under team will be there to offer their best tips to capture the perfect picture.
Tickets are $27 for adults, $23 for concession and $19 for children. Family passes range from $52 to $74.