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GENERAL ADMISSION
Adult $20
Concession $18
Child (5-15 year) $10
Family (2 adults & 2 children) $50

NATIONAL TRUST MEMBERS
Adult $18
Concession $16
Child (5-15 year) $9
Family (2 adults & 2 children) $45

GARDEN ENTRY (only):
Adult $10
Concession $7
Child $4
Family $20

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Please call (03) 9656 9889 or email bookings@nattrust.com.au to receive a discount for 10 or more tickets.
Adult group ticket $16
Concession group ticket $15
Child group ticket $8

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Super 70s

10am - 4pm

Friday 27 July, until Sunday 4 November

Celebrate one of the most eclectic fashion decades at Rippon Lea Estate!

Super 70s is an exhibition that celebrates one of the most eclectic fashion decades – when fashion broke the rules.

1970s fashion was diverse, unconventional and contradictory. A time when day wear could be evening wear and gender fluidity and feminist politics challenged the prevailing trends and social ideologies. It was simultaneously the decade of retro decadence and the golden age of science fiction. The decade began with vintage bricolage and ended with a complete rejection of hippy utopia when punk crashed through disco’s hedonism.
Super 70s looks at what Melburnians wore during this iconic decade, whether rocking out to Sherbet at Festival Hall, social gatherings in South Yarra or partying in a student share house in Carlton.

Curator Talks
Over the exhibition’s three and a half  month duration there will be a series of curator talks at Rippon Lea. Secure your place by clicking here today as tickets are limited.

The exhibition is open daily from 10am – 4pm with last entry 3.30pm

Download the frequently asked questions document here.


Please note – This exhibition is presented inside Rippon Lea mansion. During this time the internal furniture and fixtures may have been removed, adjusted or replaced to accommodate the exhibition pieces. Regular tours of the mansion won’t be offered during the exhibition period and will only re-commence after all original furniture and fixtures have been re-installed and once the exhibition has ended. Garden tours are still available. Please click here for more information

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