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Be incarcerated at one of Australia's most notorious prisons, once home to some of Australia's most brutal and longest-serving prisoners.
Inside the Pentrdige Prison, you'll walk in the footsteps of the infamous Chopper Reed, discover the famous outlaw Ned Kelly's remains and experience the final moments of Ronald Ryan, the last man to be executed in Australia. With 44 bodies buried on-site, it's no wonder the building is haunted by its past.
Paranormal Activity: Very High
This Twilight 1.5-hour tour takes place mainly indoors and runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night at 7:30 pm and 9:30 pm.
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Dazza xa year ago
I highly recommend the Lantern Ghost Tours of D Division at Pentridge Prison, Coburg. It is a tour that tells you the history of the prison and some of the more famous inmates, including Mark "Chopper" Read. I personally am not a believer in ghosts but when you feel cold air blowing on you on a very hot night with no wind, it is a very strange feeling. This tour is recommended for people that are paranormal believers or history buffs. We went on the 2 hour tour, but they also have longer paranormal investigations and overnight stays The tour groups are small so it is quite an intimate experience.
D T5 months ago
We enjoyed every minute of our ghost tour at Pentridge Prison. Our tour guide was a great host and kept our interest piqued all throughout. Although I found it odd that there were wine cellars in some of the cells, it's still worth a visit particularly if Melbourne criminal and penal history is your cup of tea. As for ghosts, we didn't see or feel any so go and see for yourself.
Apni Games2 months ago
We did a ghost tour around Melbourne and it was quite average. Just really a talk about crimes and events that had happened in the past as we stood in various laneways. I did this tour several years ago and it was a lot more interactive back then. My suggestion is to do the Pentridge tour instead for a much better atmosphere. The tour guide Linda was lovely though and did a good job.
Katie Saarikko2 months ago
We have been on the Old Melbourne Gaol and the Pentridge D Division tours. Both were great, our hosts were filled with stories, told in a very Australian way. If you are visiting or even if you live in Melbourne it is worth taking an hour out at night to venture along on one of the tours. Most recently I did the Pentridge tour and liked the stories about Chopper Read, won't give any spoilers for the rest. You were allowed to explore a little more at Melbourne Gaol if that is your thing. They also have longer investigation tours. We got one photo that looks like a shadow crouching down or squatting outside one of the cells. Great way to spend Christmas Eve.
Michelle Debono7 months ago
We did a Lantern Ghost tour of Williamstown with the host Timea. Timea made the tour really fun with great stories from a long time ago. We really enjoyed going into some of the historical buildings and listening to the history inside them. The host was excellent and I will be recommending others to do this one as it was fun with that little extra "spook" involved. Her knowledge is great as well.