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House Down Under

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  1. A family stand on the ceiling upside-down in a living room.
    Photograph: Supplied
  2. An upside-down house exterior.
    Photograph: Supplied
  3. A woman floating upside down in a hallway.
    Photograph: Supplied
  4. A person floating upside-down in a kitchen.
    Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

This topsy-turvy photo experience in Docklands will turn your life upside-down

Sometimes, it helps to look at the world from a different perspective – upside-down, perhaps? At this new photo experience opening underneath the (now defunct) Melbourne Star, you'll certainly be able to see things from a different point of view. 

The inverted house experience, House Down Under, will bring topsy-turvy fun to Docklands from December 2. From the outside, the house appears to have dropped from the sky, Wizard of Oz style, and inside you can capture surreal and creative photos. We just know this is going to pop-off on our IG feeds. 

You can be just like Lionel Richie and literally dance on the ceiling at this unique attraction, floating through the bathroom with an upside down toilet, to the kids room, home office, lounge room, bedroom, kitchen area and more – yes, they're all upside-down. This might not be for anyone who gets dizzy easily. 

There's no time limit inside the house, so you can snap away to your heart's content, and get tips from the House Down Under team on how to get the shot. 

Tickets are $27 for adults and $19 for children, or you can pick up a family pass range from $52 to $74 for a family of four. Grab your tickets on the website here.

Looking for more family-friendly activites? Check out this guide on things to do with kids in Melbourne

Liv Condous
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Liv Condous


District Docklands
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Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm, Sat-Sun 10am-6pm
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