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Beechworth Historical Precinct
Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Scenic Walking Areas
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#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth
This tour is great and you see it all .Informative and fun tour for the whole family .The tour guide was fantastic and informative and answered all the question well
Rhiannon explained in detail each section and subsequent additions over the years, sharing information about their uses and highlighted individual stories of the prisoners and the wardens who worked in the gaol.
#4 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth
... a detailed commentary from the guide at this most interesting venue.Perhaps the highlight is being able to send a telegram via Morse Code(admittedly with the telegram ultimately being posted).Well worth a visit
Listen to stories of folks in the area, across the years and then send a telegraph for $2 to anywhere in the world!
#5 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth
If you buy the historic pass from the Visitor Center ($15 for an adult) that gives you entry into several of the precinct buildings including the court house and the Bourke museum as well as the walking tours, wel...
Take your time over the historical precinct and enjoy all the buildings such as the town hall with Harry power cell, the old telegraph station and railway exhibit,the court house and the vault.Enjoy the 2 walking...
#6 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth
The tour was well paced and priced with genuine historic stories to keep the crowd enthralled and focus for the full hour of the tour.
Begin with a great coffee at the entrance to the gaol and then meet the Tour Guide who takes you through the various parts of the gaol and tells the stories of the atrocious conditions the prisoners endured, at ti...
#7 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth
We really enjoyed our night tour hosted by Adrian, who was very passionate and knowledgeable about ghostly matters and the history of the asylum.
We took the 9:30-11pm tour with Bronwyn, it was a small group but lots of fun, we were able to go into many of the buildings that aren't open to the public & hear alot about the history of the building.
#9 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth
A lot of information and memorabilia on Ned Kelly and Robert O'Hara Burke.
The magazine went into disrepair but has been renovated by the National Trust.
#11 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Beechworth