Albany - Camp Quaranyup - This was a port where ships came in Albany. A young girl who arrived in the 19th
century with her father, who was a governor, inspired the name. The Camp was used as a residence. There have been sightings
of a young girl in a 19th century nightgown. A heavy branch is said to break and fall off a tree near a gravestone in the
old graveyard without a wind to accompany it. The ghost of an electrocuted young man, whose body was buried under the floorboards
of a house in the Camp, is seen walking around and howling. This is a really scary place!
Albany - Salt Flats and Albany Family Christian church - deep holes there one day the next day its not there
[for the salt flats]. One day a person was riding his push bike at the family church when he went super fast and smashed into
a tree he died. Someone committed suicide there on a motorbike he put fishing line around him and a tree and he drove forward.
Fremantle - Fremantle Arts Centre - The Fremantle Arts Centre used to be the old asylum and has a reputation
for being one of the most haunted buildings in Australia. Many stories exist, ranging from the experience of cold spots, sightings,
and unexplained images appearing in photographs. There have even been reports of actual physical experiences, such as being
comforted or kissed when no one is there. Doors open and close without explanation, objects move by themselves, and some people
have reported seeing strange lights. Witnesses have also claimed to see people moving about in the windows that are covered
by display panels from the inside.
Fremantle - The Old Fremantle Prison - As the holding pen of some of the most notorious, violent and first
convicts to arrive in the country, the goal and it’s associated structures which include the Roundhouse and many tunnels
are said to contain many ghost and souls. There are many stories of ghosts include everything from executed inmates to those
that were classed as insane, and even Aboriginals from before the structure was even built.
Nannup - Old Bakery - Even just poking your head through the window of this run down bakery gives you the
creeps! Built in very early 1900’s and abandoned in the 1930’s it still contains all the old baking pans and equipment,
when the owners just picked up and left. The smell of buns and the noise of the cash register can be heard during business
hours; residents also claim to hear voices ordering bread rolls and jam tarts. At night, you can hear arguing (a man and woman)
and banging pots.
Perth - Fremantle Arts Centre - This large building used to be a mental asylum, then converted into a women’s
home, and now it’s a museum for the arts. The building is always cold even in summer, when it reaches 100 F plus. There
are three resident ghosts, including one lady ghost who always walks this one walkway, angry and sad over the loss of her
baby, legend says. Poltergeist activity, cold spots, voices and apparitions have all been reported, and it has a reputation
of being Western Australia’s most haunted building.
Please send additional info on the following locations.
Fremantle Museum and Arts Centre, Fremantle
Government House, Perth
Munster House, Perth
Old Asylum, Fremantle
Prospect Vila, Busselton
Royal Perth Golf Course
The Old Mahogany Inn, Mahogany Creek
The Esplanade Hotel, Perth
Wreck of the Alkimos, near Yanchep Beach
York Youth Hostel, York