Melbourne SeaLife AquariumApril 24, 2015
Royal Melbourne ZooApril 24, 2015
Old Melbourne Gaol is steeped in history, the building was constructed in the mid-1800s and held dangerous criminals alongside petty offenders, the homeless and mentally ill.
From 1842 until it’s closure in 1929, the Old Melbourne Gaol performed the hangings of 133 inmates including Australia’s most infamous bushranger Ned Kelly.
Today the gaol is open to the public to walk it’s halls and learn it’s stories. Take a self-guided tour or if you’re game … a night tour!