WILLOW COURT TOURS
For almost 200 years Willow Court was one of the largest mental asylums in the Southern Hemisphere. Beneath its desolate facade lies a controversial and spine-chilling history.
A Willow Court tour is the key to accessing heritage buildings rarely open to the general public. Explore abandoned hallways and listen for the silent voices of thousands that linger amongst the shadows…
GAIETY THEATRE TOURS
Join us for a 2 hour Paranormal Investigation Tour of one of Tasmania’s most historic buildings – the Gaiety Theatre.
As darkness falls over the mining township of Zeehan, take a step back in time. This was once the largest concert hall in the country.
It’s only after the curtain falls that the Gaiety Theatre truly comes to life.
PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION OF THE GAIETY THEATRE
Cost: $59 | Duration: 2 hours
Embark on our Adults-only Paranormal Investigation Tour for an Extreme Ghost Experience like no other in one of the West Coasts iconic historic buildings – the Gaiety Theatre.
Special Events & Private Tours
Tasmania’s Most Haunted hosts a variety of distinctive events and private tours at Willow Court in southern Tasmania. From 6 hour ghost hunts and special Halloween events, through to unique Victorian Parlour Nights. We also open our doors annually for the World’s Largest Ghost Hunt.
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Exclusive private tours of Willow Court are available for both business and social groups. From adult birthdays and special occasions to corporate events unlike any other.
All of our publicly scheduled tours at the Willow Court site are available for private group bookings. Minimum and maximum numbers do apply and are dependent on tour type and guide availability. Please contact us for pricing and availability.
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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work and live, and respect their ongoing custodianship of the land. We pay respect to Tasmanian Aboriginal people, and Elders past and present.