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Newcastle Ghost Tours

Christmas Ghostly Wollombi Walk

Sat 14th Dec 2019, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Price

$50 AUD + BF

$50 AUD + BF

Newcastle Ghost Tours

Christmas Ghostly Wollombi Walk

Date and Time

Sat 14th Dec 2019, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Location

Wollombi Museum
2896 Wollombi Rd, Wollombi NSW 2325, Australia

Event description

Grab your friends, take your work colleagues, bring your family to our final

spooky ghost walk through Wollombi this December.

Let's start this month a a very spooky way!!!

Take a journey back through time and venture inside the old haunts of Wollombi Village.

Listen to the stories of early settlers and their emotional lives in such a harsh and lonely environment.

We head inside the Museum and visit St Michael's Church.

We travel down the street and hear about some ghostly encounters as we head to the School House where we will try to see if some of the children might still be wanting to play with us.

We end up at the cemetery (no pun intended) for a walk around to explore the amazing headstones filled with local history.

We allow two hours but you may be a little longer - if something is happening we are staying around to experience it!!!

Book in early so you don't miss out.

PART OF YOUR FEE GOES STRAIGHT BACK TO THE BUILDINGS THAT WE ENTER - YOU ARE ASSISTING THESE HISTORIC SITES TO CONTINUE TO BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!

This is an adults only Ghost Walk - so it's 18 years and over.

Please wear covered shoes (no thongs as we will be walking on uneven surfaces) and also bring a small torch as it will be dark inside and out!!

Refund Policy

Refunds are available 7 days prior to the event

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CONTACT ORGANISERVIEW PROFILE

Contact Renata Daniel CEO and owner of Newcastle Ghost Tours - dark tourism and paranormal investigation team developing tours and events in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley

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