A three story blue stone building, known in Victoria as 'The Prison of the Ill', once housed convicts and murderers in extreme conditions. Four men were executed on the gallows a one man buried within the walls. This building has witnessed scores of deaths, assaults and murders, which makes it perfect to investigate.
Tiny cells, no toilets and freezing cold conditions made the Geelong Gaol a virtual dungeon until the day it closed in 1991. Groups will be provided with night vision cameras, infrared goggles, laser grids, EMF detectors, spirit box, motion sensors and a range of other equipment.
Will you see something tonight?
Geelong Gaol, 202 Myers Street, Geelong, Victoria, 3220.
Tour available seven nights a week with minimum numbers.
Longer investigations are available - please contact the tour operator to discuss your needs.
Not suitable for those under 16. If under 18, must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Tours are smoke, alcohol and drug free.
Tours are an easy walk. Patrons note that there are a lot of stairs.
Unfortunately tours are not suitable for wheelchairs.
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