Kiribilli House - One of the Prime Ministers Residence
© Copyright Mike Fernandes 2013
Kirribilli House is the residence of the Australian Prime Minister in Sydney. The house is located in Kirribilli on Kirribilli Avenue on the harbourside. There are only two official Prime Ministerial residences in australia,one being the lodge in Canberra and the other being Kirribilli House Adolphus Frederic Feez built Kirribilli house in 1855 Adolphus Frederic Feez was barn in Germany in 1826. hed dies in Fiji on a business trip in 1869 at the age of 43 The property has been used by Governor-General of Australia staff which occupied a neighbouring house called Admiralty House until 1930, In 1956 Kirribilli House became a residence for the use of Australia's Prime Minister in power at the time, Kirribilli House commands impressive views across to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay and the Sydney Opera House. For many years a large number important international dignitaries have visited Kirribilli House. One day a year Kirribilli House is open to the public by the Australiana Fund.The open day is normally scheduled between September and October but due to the election in 2013 there will be no open day this year
Back to subjects Back to subjects
Kiribilli House
Custom Search