PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION OF THE GAIETY THEATRE
This tour is not suitable for any persons under the age of 18 years.
Proof of ID may be requested on arrival.
Bookings are essential.
Duration: 2 hours
Tour 1: 7pm to 9pm
Tour 2: 9:15pm to 11:15pm
Please Contact Us if you require any assistance with your booking.
Come and join us on our 2 hour Paranormal Investigation Tour in one of Tasmania’s Historic buildings on the west coast of Tasmania – the Gaiety Theatre.
As darkness falls over the mining township of Zeehan, take a step back in time. This was once the largest concert hall in the country.
Hidden in the valley of rugged hills and rain forest, this building was built in 1898 and housed both the Gaiety Theatre and the Grand Hotel after the Royal Exchange was destroyed by fire. It was once the largest concert hall and theatre in Australia.
We will explore this majestic building after dark equipped with some of the latest Paranormal Equipment for your two-hour experience to find out whom or what really does haunt the Theatre.
This tour is for those who have been on a ghost tour but want more, who want to experience more “ghostly” encounters and become more involved into the realms of the paranormal.
Join us we explore one of the west coast’s historic buildings in a town rich in mining history. This grand old relic will not disappoint.
COVID-19 SAFETY REGULATIONS
We have implemented our COVID-19 Safety Plan which has been outlined within our terms and conditions. Please make sure you read and fully understand this information prior to your booking.
Most importantly STAY HOME if you feel unwell.
WHERE DO WE MEET
Meet us outside the Gaiety Theatre – 120 Main Road Zeehan.
You should arrive 10-15 minutes before your schedule tour to allow time to check in.
Tours operate in most weather conditions, so please come prepared. You must wear flat enclosed shoes. No heels or thongs are permitted. Guests will be notified via SMS or email if the tour is cancelled due to inclement weather or due to any other unforeseen circumstances.
All bookings are non-refundable or non-transferable and non–redeemable for cash. Carefully review your tour, date and time prior to your purchase.
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Willow Court Asylum Tours acknowledge the Derwent Valley Council for their support.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work and live, and respect their ongoing custodianship of the land. We pay respect to Tasmanian Aboriginal people, and Elders past and present.