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Weird Canberra Ghost & History Tour *SOLD OUT*

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Date(s) - 06/10/2017
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

7 Eleven [petrol station]




This is the history they don’t put in the guide books, this is a tour that shines a spotlight into the hidden underbelly of the nation’s capital. A unique, three hour experience visiting sites of crimes, hauntings and murder in Australia’s national capital. Visit the darker side of Canberra’s past. Hear tales of:

  • The Canberra funeral parlour that was once a hot bed of espionage activity.
  • A poltergeist that regularly wreaks havoc in the War Memorial.
  • Which Canberra church used to be a train station at Sydney’s Rookwood Necropolis (City of the Dead)?
  • An Australian Prime Minister who haunts a popular Canberra hotel.
  • Why some security guards refuse to work at Old Parliament House.
  • The truth behind tunnels linking the Lodge and Parliament House.
  • A $10,000 piece of art buried deep beneath Commonwealth Park.
  • The diplomat who was turned into a pin cushion by blood thirsty murderers.
  • Missing coffins in Lake Burley Griffin.
  • The embassy plagued by screams from the past.
  • An old homestead that makes people’s noses bleed.
  • The hidden treasure yet to be discovered in Yarralumla.
  • A visit to the very spooky Air Disaster Memorial.
  • Plus much much more (details subject to change).

The tour departs promptly at 8:00pm from the 7 Eleven Petrol Station in Braddon (crn Mort & Cooyong Streets).  Please arrive a few minutes early to ensure we depart on time.

Cost: $99 per head.


Please note this does not take payment or guarantee your place on the tour. It will send notification to Tim the Yowie Man who will be in touch to finalise your booking. Please check your 'junk' email folder if you have not received a response within 5 days.

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