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Old Beechworth Gaol

Corner of Ford Street and William Street, Beechworth, Victoria, 3747

The Old Beechworth Gaol is one of Australia’s most significant post European cultural sites. Its role in the chain of events that led to the execution of Ned Kelly is significant as it housed Ned’s mother - Ellen Kelly, many of the Kelly sympathisers and Ned himself, alongside his brother Dan and the rest of the Kelly gang.

The Gaol was constructed in the 1860's with granite quarried onsite and remains a stunning example of gold rush architecture.

Fascinating guided tours are available of the Old Beechworth Gaol. Midweek tours commence at 11:00am and weekend tours commence at 11:00am and 1:00pm. Tour duration is approximately one hour. Tickets can be purchased at the Café at the Old Beechworth Gaol or online.

The Old Gaol Café is open from 9:00am to 2:00pm everyday and operates from a 1964 Airstream Caravan in the courtyard at the Old Beechworth Gaol.

Content: Beehive Project Trading Company Pty Ltd
Type Entry cost
Indicative prices

$15.00: Adult $10.00: Concession (Children under 18 and senior card holders included) $40.00: Family

$10.00 - $40.00

Free tour admission for children under six years.

  • Café
  • Car park
  • Public toilet
Opening hours:
  • Daily: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Corner of Ford Street and William Street, Beechworth, Victoria, 3747

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