Do you know that one of the oldest suburbs in Adelaide was home to countless crimes, murders and ghost sightings?
Like the heard moaning and groaning soul of a Chinese man, who was found floating in the Port River, head wrapped in a hessian sack with three nails driven into his skull; or sight an old Madam’s ghost at the Port Dock Brewery, who was believed to be from the building when it was still a brothel in the 1920s.
We’ll visit the hair-raising walls of Port Admiral Hotel which is rumored to be haunted by an old schoolmaster who commited suicide in one of its bedrooms.
Along the tour, listen to the tales of Hamish the ghost and Jasper the Police Constable who is still on patrol at night; or the mysteries of a room where dead floating bodies are often seen. Hear details from the inquest of a drunken argument in the former “Central Hotel” that led to the death of one of its patrons, and why the perpetrator was acquitted of murder.
If you’re up for a 2-hour informative and spine-chilling journey along Port Adelaide’s spookiest streets, then book a spot for the next ghost tour now!
- Ghost Tour with access to original Morgue
Streets of Port Adelaide.
Every Saturday night. 7.15 pm sign-in for a 7.30 pm start.
Friday nights during school holidays, the Fringe and History month.
Saturday, 23 January, 2021
Saturday, 30 January, 2021
Minimum age 13 years.
Tours held regardless of weather unless extreme (hail, heat).
What to bring/wear
- Comfortable footwear all year
- Winter - umbrella
- Torch all year
Not wheelchair accessible.
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