Home of the McCulloch family of art writers for 65+ years Whistlewood has a rich artistic legacy. An 1870s weatherboard cottage Whistlewood has been the home of the McCulloch family since 1951 when founding director of the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery director, critic and author the late Alan McCulloch AO and his wife actress Ella Bromley McCulloch ought the house on their return to Australia following an extensive overseas sojourn. Over the last six decades Whistlewood has been host to many arts luminaries and features art, books, memorabilia and the studio of the late Alan McCulloch which he and Arthur Boyd designed and built in 1951. Here, we hold private views, music events and special viewings.Please see here for our unique music event with the Peninsula Summer Music Festival on January 8, 2019.

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