Explore the graveyard at the former St. Mary Magdalene’s church. Meet some of its notable residents, and spot our unusual tombstone once featured in Ripley’s Believe or Not.
The tour then makes its way to the nearby Picton Courthouse. Here, while viewing the exercise yards, jail cells and gallows, your guide will tell the story of Peter Lazier’s murder in 1883, and the subsequent trial of the two suspects.
The tale ends with an infamous double hanging based on what some say was dubious evidence…
For 20 years Jacqui Burley ran this former WWII airbase. As the former property manager of the site when it was still known as Loch Sloy, she holds a lot of stories, secrets and facts.
Jacqui knows everything there is to know about this iconic place and she has the logbook to prove it.
Delve into the history and stories of Base31 with her. She will share her knowledge on the history of the buildings, memorable moments, and notable people who make up the rich history of Base31
Designed as a garden cemetery, Glenwood’s 62 acres are set in rolling hills, with majestic mature forests, gardens, water features and winding walking paths.
It has offered a serene resting place since 1873, and there are now over 15,000 interments.
Notable burials include Wellington Boulter, the father of the Canning Industry in Canada, temperance pioneer Letitia Youmans, and 12 Commonwealth War Graves, six of whom were pilots killed during training exercises at Camp Picton.