Join Eerie Tours Head Researcher, Nathaniel Buchanan, on this incredible 6-hour tour of the entire Asylum Facility.
Travel into parts of the asylum not seen on any other tour. Includes in-depth details on the history of the asylum and of course lots of ghost stories.
Aradale is Australia's largest abandoned lunatic asylum. Opened in 1867 as Ararat Lunatic Asylum, this building housed tens of thousands of people described as "lunatics", "idiots" and "imbeciles" - some of them described as the worst lunatics in the British Empire.
Completed 40 years before Freud, this building saw some of the most controversial psychiatric treatments in Australia. Around 13,000 people passed away here in its 130 years. As a result, Aradale is considered one of the most haunted locations in Australia.
At its height, Aradale consisted of 68 buildings and was home to over 2000 patients and staff, making it a self-sufficient town.
And now, for the first time, Aradale's doors have opened for explorations. Do you have what it takes to explore one of Australia's eeriest buildings?
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