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Altona Homestead

Altona HomesteadLogan Reserve Altona Melways


Construction of the building commenced in 1842 on an area of land now known as the R.J. Logan Reserve for Alfred and Sarah Langhorne, the first settlers of Altona.Alfred Langhorne arrived in Port Phillip Bay , Australia on 14th July 1837.The Langhorne property first appeared on a Robert Hoddle map of 1832 just after the first timber Homestead was built. In 1851 this homestead was built using bluestone for the walls after bush fires went through the area.

1st Sunday of the month 10.30am to 2.30pm
Every Saturday 10.00am to 12.00pm  (Except 1st Saturday)                                                Every Tuesday 11.00am to 2.00pm
Admission:  $2.00 adults   50c Children
Group and School bookings by appointment Phone: 0447840895 or email info@alhs.com.au or events@alhs.com.au


For feedback and comments please contact the Tourism Officer at Hobsons Bay City Council on (03) 9932 1000 email visitorinformation@hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au