Visiting and Access Information
Discover Vienna in Melbourne
Having left their life in Vienna behind, the Duldig family tried to recreate a piece of Vienna in their Melbourne home. The Duldig Studio as it stands today has been left intact by the Duldig family and highlights the resilience, talent and ingenuity of these Austrian-Australian artists. The Studio continues to support their vision of a sculpture garden, and a full time Sculptor in Residence. Our exhibitions and Heritage Rooms share an inspiring migration story told through art.
Plan Your Visit
The museum is open two days each week (Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1pm – 4pm). We also open on the second Sunday of each calendar month (1pm -4pm) with entry via donation. Occasionally, special events fall on these dates and may require entry at additional cost.
This year's 'Open Sundays' dates include:
- 10th of April
- 8th of May - Mother's Day Afternoon Tea & Tour (Booking Required)
- 12th of June
- 10th of July
- 14th of August
- 11th of September
- 9th of October
- 13th of November
- 11th of December
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to make a booking.
We require proof of vaccination upon entry. Find out the latest information about COVID-19 and visiting Duldig Studio here
Address - 92 Burke Road, East Malvern opposite Central Park
Postal Address - PO Box 182 Glen Iris VIC 3146
The Duldig Studio is located across from Central Park, Malvern East, directly across the road from the T-junction where Burke Road and Central Park Road intersect near the corner of Burke Road and Brunel Street. The Studio has a hedge out the front.
It is a ten minute walk from the terminus of the 5 tram on the corner of Burke Road and Wattletree Road. Follow the directional sign down Burke Road.There is parking on Burke Road, Brunel Street, Central Park Road and other surrounding streets.
Full Price - $20.00; Concession - $15.00
Children under 12 are FREE
Our volunteers lead a guided tour at 2pm
Guided Tours + Viennese afternoon tea
Guided Tours are available on any weekday and include a Viennese Afternoon or Morning Tea.
Requirements: Maximum of 15 people with a minimum of 4 individuals to secure a booking. Three weeks notice is required and a $50 deposit must be paid prior to tour date. Please Note: One weeks notice is required to cancel the guided tour and obtain a refund. For all COVID-19 or last minute cancellations, tours can be rescheduled at a later date.
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.