City of Gosnells Ghost Walks

Gosnells, WA

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Gosnells, WA

The Award Winning City of Gosnells Ghost Walks events are an immersive historical experience.

Local legend claims Gosnells is home to the spirits of timber mill workers and early settlers who built a thriving community in Orange Grove, Gosnells and Kenwick in the 1860s.

Find out for yourself on a guided moonlit tour of the Wilkinson Homestead and Kenwick Pioneer Cemetery.

Enjoy an evening touring these local landmarks and exploring the area’s history. Along the lantern-lit way, you'll meet friendly ghost performers telling colourful tales of the many characters who lived and worked in the district more than 150 years ago.

Combining history, theatre and the great outdoors, Ghost Walks are a fantastic way to spend a moonlit night. Experience the local environment in a new way with this exciting family entertainment.

Ghost Walks was reimagined in 2023 to highlight some of the City’s significant historical sites: Wilkinson Homestead and Kenwick Pioneer Cemetery.

Each tour night, three groups of around 25 walkers are spaced at 30-minute intervals. The first group departs at 7:00pm, and each event takes between 90 minutes to two hours.

On the bus return to Wilkinson Homestead your ghostly tour guide will give you a Ticket of Leave.

What's included?
  • Ghost walk (approx. 1.5 hours)


The museum is located on the old Wilkinson Homestead. Parking is located on site and can accommodate people with special needs.


Four tours per night:

  • 7:00 pm
  • 7:45 pm
  • 8:30 pm
  • 9:15 pm

There are currently no dates listed for this experience. Please make an enquiry by pressing the Send email button above.


This event is strictly for children over 10 years of age.

Ghost Walks are alcohol and smoke free events.


These walks include some steps and uneven surfaces and prams and strollers are not permitted.

4 · November 24, 2018 by Catlover71
Great historical walk

Great historical tour. Not a ghost tour. There are characters that tell stories of hardship and life of working and living around the timber mill. Entertaining and interesting if you love history. Some loose rocks on the trail makes it a bit of a slip hazard. So anyone unfit, with sore knees best not do the tour. Make sure you use the toilet facilites before starting the tour and watch your water intake as no where to have a bathroom break for a couple of hours. Supper from the scouts was a nice touch after the tour. Nibbles of sausage rolls, sandwiches, mini cup cakes tea/coffee, water and cordial was on offer to eat and chat with the volunteers who played the ghostly characters you meet on the trail. Over all a well organised tour. A different night out. Well enjoyed

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