Willsmere is a landmark building and residential estate located on Wiltshire Drive in Kew, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The complex was constructed between 1864 and 1872 to the design of architects in the Public Works Department namely Frederick Kawerau and GW Vivian. Set on high ground above the Yarra River, Willsmere is one of Melbourne's most visual urban landmarks.
The French Second Empire and Italianate inspired design draws from the mannerist and baroque idioms. The front facade contains sections of loggia in addition to mansard roofing which has been noted as advanced for Victorian contemporary standards. The two taller towers that flank the complex incorporate mansards of a pyramidal form while a third smaller tower is located toward the centre of the complex.