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WELCOME TO OPEN WILLIAMSTOWN 2017

Enjoy the diverse beauty of Williamstown while supporting a great cause.

Open Williamstown is an annual fundraiser for cancer research. Now in its third year, this event allows patrons to explore the fascinating modern and historic properties that make up the iconic seaport of Williamstown.

It will be held on Sunday, 26th March, 2017 from 12.30pm

Starting at the Williamstown Town Hall 104 Ferguson Street, patrons collect their booklets which are their entry tickets to the properties. There is a map of the recommended route within the booklet.

This year we have six completely different styles of houses for patrons to explore, ranging from those with historical and architectural significance to the rapidly emerging more modern designs.

Opening again due to its popularity of last year is the award winning Captain’s retreat.

The day will conclude at the Town Hall where patrons will be able to enjoy a Devonshire tea and relax in front of the entertainment provided by local musicians.

All funds raised will go to the Cancer Council Victoria to support the quest to eradicate the forgotten cancers.

Find out more.

 

 

'We love sharing Williamstown's vibrant, maritime history and lifestyle and are proud Open Williamstown is moving from strength to strength.'

- Barbara phoenix, CHair

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EXPLORE THE PROPERTIES

Click on each property below to explore!

 
 
Maclean Street

Maclean Street

Electra Street

Electra Street

Captain's Retreat

Captain's Retreat

James Street

James Street

Stevedore Street

Stevedore Street

Williamstown Town Hall

Williamstown Town Hall

 
 

‘In our first two years we’ve been able to donate $15,000 to the Open Williamstown Research Grant for research into the causes of less common or ‘forgotten’ cancers including brain, kidney and uterine cancer.’

- Barbara phoenix, CHair

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Can't attend?

Click 'Donate' below to contribute to our Chuffed campaign and donate much needed funds to the 'Forgotten Cancer's' research project

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