Australia’s first upside down house photo experience is coming to Melbourne

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Australia’s first upside down house photo experience is coming to Melbourne

Words by Staff writer

Australia’s favourite inverted house photo experience, House Down Under will be bringing topsy-turvy fun to Melbourne, landing at District Docklands.

Prepare to have your world turned upside down – quite literally – as Australia’s first and favourite inverted house photo experience makes its way to Melbourne.

Located at District Docklands, just under the iconic Melbourne Star, this whimsical attraction is set to open its doors on Saturday, December 2, bringing topsy-turvy fun just in time for the holiday season.

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Melbourne locals and visitors alike are in for a treat as they step inside the inverted house, giving them the illusion of being in a space that has dropped from the sky.

Limited only by their imagination, visitors can capture surreal and creative photo memories while enjoying a laugh with family and friends.


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Once inside, guests will find themselves on the ceilings, exploring an upside-down bathroom with an inverted toilet, wandering through an inverted kids’ room, home office, entryway, lounge room, bedroom, kitchen area, and more. It’s a visual playground where reality takes a backseat to imagination.

“We are thrilled to be bringing the excitement of House Down Under to our brand new location in Docklands, Melbourne. The new venue has been designed to engage and captivate guests, creating instagrammable moments with family and friends of all ages in our upside-down house,” said Osvaldas Anusaitis, the General Manager for House Down Under.

There’s no time limit inside the house, so guests are free to perfect their poses, snap away to their heart’s content and immerse themselves in the flipped environment. The House Down Under team is also on hand to offer tips, advice, and assistance to ensure visitors capture the ultimate shot.

The House Down Under will open in Melbourne on December 2. To find more information and pick up your tickets, head here.