Visiting and Access Information
Updated: 18 November 2021
The Duldig Studio has re-opened to the public. We are open Tuesdays from 1pm-4pm, Thursdays from 1pm-4pm, and the second Sunday of each calendar month from 1pm-4pm.
Please note that while bookings will be encouraged, proof of vaccination, check-in via and masks in-doors will be required for entry. We will ask all visitors to keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres away from other visitors when visiting the museum.
Discover Vienna In Melbourne
The Duldig family tried to recreate a piece of the Vienna they had left behind, in their Melbourne home. The house museum of the life and works of these Austrian-Australian artists is left intact by the Duldig family and continues their vision of a full-time Sculptor in Residence. A changing program of exhibitions shares an inspiring migration story told through art.
Plan Your Visit
We have reopened. The museum is open two times each week (Tuesdays & Thursdays - 1pm – 4pm) and the selected Sundays (see below). On each of our 'Open Sundays' dates, there is a 2pm tour with an expert volunteer guide who will bring the museum’s stories and collection to life. Due to Covid distancing restrictions, advance bookings are required. Group bookings are limited to 10 people.
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Address - 92 Burke Road, East Malvern opposite Central Park
Tram No 5 to East Malvern Terminus on the corner of Wattletree Road and Burke Road and a ten minute walk (450 metres). Follow the directional sign down Burke Road.
Postal Address - PO Box 182 Glen Iris VIC 3146
General Entry and Guided Tours
$20 ($15 Concession)
Children under 12 are welcome under the supervision of an adult and receive free admission.
Group Tours for up to ten people are available on any weekday. Advance booking is required.
OR Download Group Booking Form
The Duldig Studio Gallery and Heritage rooms are accessible via wheelchair from the main entrance.
The interior toilet, accessible through the kitchen, is accessible through a doorway that is 80 cm wide, and another door that is 80 cm wide. The length between both doors measures 105 cm.
The back garden is accessible through the side gate to the right of the Studio’s Gallery Space, which is 114 cm wide.
The pathway is lined with slate stones and gravel. There is a 101cm gap into the Sculpture Garden between Karl Duldig’s wooden shed and the Duldig Studio gallery.
There are three steps leading into Karl’s 1962 Studio, the lowest measuring 13 cm high, the middle measuring 31 cm high, the highest measuring 47.5 cm high.
The outside toilet has one step leading to it, measuring 9 cm. The doorway is 77cm side.
The outside workshop has three steps leading to the doorway. The lowest step is 12 cm high, the middle is 15 cm high, and the highest step is 27 cm high. The doorway is 82 cm high.
Download house museum guides to discover our art and stories.
Download the izi.TRAVEL app on your smartphone. Search for Duldig Studio for a tour of our Sculpture Garden to guide your visit. View highlights from our collection! OR Click here
The Studio has QR codes. Ask a team member for assistance.
Enjoy our free wifi.
For collection security, CCTV cameras monitor the Museum at all times.