Family members at the centre of the 'cruise from hell' who were allegedly kicked off for brawling with passengers live in a suburban mansion and have several luxury cars.
The four-bedroom home, complete with marble flooring and a grand entrance hall, is found in an upmarket Melbourne suburb and belongs to the Barkho family.
Police were forced to escort some members of the family from the Carnival Legend cruise ship following fights - which passengers on board described as a 'bloodbath' of violence lasting three days.
Police were forced to escort 23 members of the family after they were told to leave the Carnival Legend cruise ship
A gallery office space overlooks the main entrance foyer with stairs leading up either side
A host of luxury cars including a BMW and Mercedes with P plates are parked outside the property
Police escorted some of the Barkho family members from the boat and transported them to Canberra airport
Pictures of the family's home reveals they have many cars including a Mercedes with P plates.
The house was bought in 2011 for $750,000 and has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The grand entrance hall opens out with a marble floor and staircase up to the gallery level overlooking the hallway and bedrooms.
The master suite also boasts a spa ensuite and the main bathroom has a spa bath as well.
David Barkho, the family's patriarch, has denied any of his relatives had started or were the cause of the clashes on board.
Passengers on the ship claimed the carnage had been provoked by some members of the family who had been terrorising staff and fellow travellers over three days.
Mr Barkho added his relative's lawyers were looking into the allegations and told Daily Mail Australia they were 'all lies'.
A grand entrance hall opens out with marble flooring and an imposing