BURNHAM BEECHES

Our goal is to capture the spirit of the Dandenongs.

Located adjacent to Sherbrooke Forest, Burnham Beeches is an iconic landmark of the Dandenong Ranges. Reminiscent of an ocean liner, this significant Art Deco three-storey mansion was designed by architect Harry Norris in 1933 for the Nicholas ‘Aspro’ family.

Located adjacent to Sherbrooke Forest, Burnham Beeches is an iconic landmark of the Dandenong Ranges. Reminiscent of an ocean liner, this significant Art Deco three-storey mansion was designed by architect Harry Norris in 1933 for the Nicholas ‘Aspro’ family.

Welcome to Burnham Beeches

Located adjacent to Sherbrooke Forest, Burnham Beeches is an iconic landmark of the Dandenong Ranges. Reminiscent of an ocean liner, this significant Art Deco three-storey mansion was designed by architect Harry Norris in 1933 for the Nicholas ‘Aspro’ family.

A rare and elaborate heritage house with sprawling gardens featuring maples, rhododendrons and beech trees, it has a rich history as a family home, children’s hospital, medical research centre, hotel and restaurant.

Sitting vacant for the last 39 years, this unique and incredible site has fallen into ruin. Passionately committed to the restoration of Burnham Beeches, Trenerry Consortium has brought together world class operators and a team of tier one consultants to prioritise the urgent restoration of heritage properties, including the historic and renowned Alfred Nicholas heritage mansion.

Trenerry Consortium will undertake a holistic restoration of Burnham Beeches over a number of years. Passionate about bringing the site to its full potential, the design, programming and activation will be influenced by its historical, social and ecological traits and patterns.

Our goal is to capture the spirit of the Dandenongs. We want to support everyone who visits, to refuel the soul and feel revitalised; whether they are coming for a leisurely, immersive, or transformative experience.

Current status

The Alfred Nicholas mansion currently has several outstanding maintenance orders to be urgently addressed. Working closely with Heritage Victoria and Council, Trenerry Consortium have appointed Hamilton Marino to undertake restoration and construction works on site.

The first community drop-in session will take place on from 10am – 12pm, Sunday 29 May at Burnham Beeches. This will be a day for members of the local community to meet with the Burnham Beeches development team and discuss ideas, feedback and plans for the future.

Current status

The Alfred Nicholas mansion currently has several outstanding maintenance orders to be urgently addressed. Working closely with Heritage Victoria and Council, Trenerry Consortium have appointed Hamilton Marino to undertake restoration and construction works on site.

The first community drop-in session will take place on from 10am – 12pm, Sunday 29 May at Burnham Beeches. This will be a day for members of the local community to meet with the Burnham Beeches development team and discuss ideas, feedback and plans for the future.

Welcome to Burnham Beeches

A rare and elaborate heritage house with sprawling gardens featuring maples, rhododendrons and beech trees, it has a rich history as a family home, children’s hospital, medical research centre, hotel and restaurant.

Sitting vacant for the last 39 years, this unique and incredible site has fallen into ruin. Passionately committed to the restoration of Burnham Beeches, Trenerry Consortium has brought together world class operators and a team of tier one consultants to prioritise the urgent restoration of heritage properties, including the historic and renowned Alfred Nicholas heritage mansion.

Trenerry Consortium will undertake a holistic restoration of Burnham Beeches over a number of years. Passionate about bringing the site to its full potential, the design, programming and activation will be influenced by its historical, social and ecological traits and patterns.

Our goal is to capture the spirit of the Dandenongs. We want to support everyone who visits, to refuel the soul and feel revitalised; whether they are coming for a leisurely, immersive, or transformative experience.

We welcome your feedback and ideas.
Please take 5 minutes to complete the Burnham Beeches Place Vision survey

Located adjacent to Sherbrooke Forest, Burnham Beeches is an iconic landmark of the Dandenong Ranges. Reminiscent of an ocean liner, this significant Art Deco three-storey mansion was designed by architect Harry Norris in 1933 for the Nicholas ‘Aspro’ family.