Take a 2.5-hour ghost walking tour of some of Melbourne’s creepiest and scariest haunted destinations. Explore one of the oldest and largest cities on the continent as you explore haunted locations dating back to the 1700’s.
Traditionally, a ghost is known to be the spirit or soul of a deceased person or animal appearing in a visible form. Ghosts tend to haunt particular locations, objects or people and are associated based on a past life. Hear stories of the phantom armies, ghost trains, phantom ships and even ghost animals.
If you are non-believer, this 2.5-hour walking tour will astound you as you venture through ghost hotspots dating back hundreds of years.
After meeting your guide at the National Trust of Australia, travel a short distance to your first haunted location, the Queen Victoria Market.
Here you’ll hear about the grisly ghost of Melbourne’s founder and discover creepy tails surrounding his existence.
Next, visit the Old Melbourne Jail which is haunted by the ghostly apparition of Swizzy Taylor, an Australian criminal and gangster who died violently before his 40th birthday.
If you haven’t seen enough yet, visit the Princess Theatre and learn about the horrific trap door death as well as the Melbourne General Cemetery where many ghosts are known to return.
Along the way, hear stories of the iconic Ned Kelly, an Australian bush-ranger outlawed for the murder of police officers back in the 1800’s as well as Mark Chopper Read convicted with armed robbery, assault and kidnapping in the late 1900’s.