10 August 2014

Pentridge Prison ghost tour

It's no wonder Pentridge Prison is haunted by its past - take a tour to find out why.



Pentridge Prison ghost tour




8.30–9.30 pm



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Walk in the footsteps of the notorious Chopper Reed, discover the famous outlaw Ned Kelly’s remains, and learn about the final moments of Ronald Ryan - the last man to be executed in Australia.

With 44 bodies buried on on-site and a who’s who of Australia’s criminal underworld that once called Pentridge home, it's no wonder the building is haunted by its past.

Be ‘incarcerated’ at Pentridge Prison, home to Australia’s hardest and longest serving prisoners.

Cost is $10 per student and includes a guided tour by an experienced and friendly guide.

How to book

This tour is open to RMIT students only. You will need to present your current RMIT student card on the tour otherwise your tour will be forfeited and a refund will not be provided.

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This service is supported by your Student Services and Amenities Fee and presented by RMIT Link Trips and Tours.

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