This is a list of all haunts in Australia.

Haunts Edit

  • The Alkimos - A shipwreck of a former U.S. Navy ship from World War II appeared off the west coast of Australia in 1964.
  • Ararat Lunatic Asylum aka "Aradale" - The largest abandoned lunatic asylum in Australia, opening in 1867. It served as a reserved places for "incurable lunatics" during the 1800s, with an estimated 13,000 people dying here over the 140 years of operation.
  • Ballarat Gaol - Thirteen criminals were executed here, and the remains of seven are still in the grounds.
  • Beechworth Lunatic Asylum - The hospital is haunted by the ghosts of deceased patients. Operation from 1867 to 1995, the hospital is now open as a tourist destination.
  • Brisbane City Hall - There have been several stories of deaths from this impressive building. It is currently one of the most haunted places in Brisbane, Australia.
  • Dreamworld - The haunted theme park is haunted by young children.
  • Gawler House - The house is haunted by past tenants.
  • Lalor House - The house is haunted by the ghosts of the family of Peter Lalor.
  • Monte Cristo Homestead - The house was the site of seven deaths during the 1800s, and it is reported to be the most haunted houst in Australia.
  • Port Arthur - A massacre occurred at Port Arthur, and tours now run here nightly. However, they prefer not to speak about the event.
  • Princess Theatre - Opening in 1886, the theater is haunted by Frederick Baker, most known by his stage name "Federici", a talented bass-baritone singer who died in March, 1888 while singing.
  • St. John's Orphanage - The orphanage is suspected of having some ghosts in the building.
  • Whepstead House - The house is rumored to be haunted by a number of different ghosts.
  • Victoria Park Railway Tunnel - This is the spot of one of the most famous ghosts, whose name is unknown.