Home of the Melbourne Cup since 1861, Flemington is one of Australia's most significant cultural and sporting venues. Flemington is a National Heritage listed site, and boasts the largest public rose garden in the Southern Hemisphere.
Visitors can learn about the highlights and heroes from Flemington's history and tour the landmarks that have made the Melbourne Cup 'the race that stops a nation'.
We run a number of different tours to suit the interests, abilities and needs of your group.
Open 7 days a week, 9am-late.
For booking and enquiries, phone 03 9371 7123.
Flemington Heritage Centre is located behind the Phar Lap Statue, to the left of the first roundabout on Flemington Drive. Ample parking is available.
See Getting to Flemington for details on driving, parking and public transport to the venue.
“What a fascinating tour. Fascinating to see behind the scenes, thank you.” ~ Catherine Stock-Haanstra
“Got to be seen to be believed – wonderful.” ~ Tom & Geraldine Whittle, Waterford, Ireland
“A really great tour, the access to all the areas made this a special event, thank you.” ~ Tony & Noleen
“A little bit of magic given by a charming lady, thank you so much.” ~ John & Colleen Buchan, Auckland New Zealand
“Very informative, enjoyed every minute of the tour.” ~ Dunedin, New Zealand
For bookings and enquiries, phone the Flemington Heritage Centre on (03) 8378 0660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org