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Wickliffe (demolished) 10 The Esplanade

Wickliffe Wickliffe Engraving Cooke
 Colin Caldwell Vic small FL15642593.jpg  John Dickson Wyek Wickliffe Headstone SLV John T Collins 133594484_1406807658.jpg
 SLV Colin Caldwell Photographer 1950 c  SLV John T Collins Photgrapher 


Other Names 1912 Converted to Cafe and Theatre called Arcadia and subsequently as The Dandies open Air Theatre.
Date Built Circa 1873
First owner John Dickson Wyselaskie of "Narrapumelap" Wickliffe  near Bunninyong in the Western Districk. "Narrapumelap' fell into ruin but has been extensively restored with beatutiful gardens and operates as a Bed and Breakfast. 
Architect Secondary   Smith & Johnson
Architectural Style  

 Other information -

Biography of "Narrapumelap" by J. Anne Hone. Copy available at the SKHS Library.

Melbourne Mansions Database 

Find a Grave - John Dixon Wyselaskie is buried at the Boorandara Cemetery in Kew  https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/133594484/john-dixon-wyselaskie


Compiled by: Helen Halliday
Last updated: 24.10.20

  • Date Built: 1878
  • Demolished: 1970's . Replaced with highrise Arrandale
  • First European Land Owner:

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  • Description:

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  • Compiled by: Helen Halliday
  • Last updated: Monday, 31 May 2021

Now Arrandale - one of the last mansions to be demolished. 1970C