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The Convent Daylesford GHOST TOURS 2012
« on: March 09, 2012, 03:37:13 PM »
Ghost Tours!

The Convent, home to some of Daylesford's oldest history. Once a castle for the gold commisioner. Then home to Nuns and also a boarding school.

More than 140 years of history have impregnated the walls of this magnificent 19th century mansion, once a castle for the Gold Commissioner. Walk with us as we explore The Convent by night and hear the tales of a bygone era and what tales it has to tell! Tread in the paths of the Nuns who lived here for more than 80 years, some of whom still remain behind overseeing their home. As the mist rolls over The Convent, we begin our lamp lit journey into the world of the unknown, of those who are still earthbound.

Bookings are essential and numbers are limited!
Led by Spookspotters Paranormal Research Team of Paranormal Australia and The Convent.

2012 TOUR DATES:

The following tours commence at 6:45pm for an 7pm start:

April Saturday 7th Easter Saturday

April Friday 13th SPECIAL SPOOK TOUR

May Saturday 26th

June Saturday 23rd

July Saturday 7th

August Saturday 25th

September Saturday 1st

The following tours commence at 7:45pm for an 8pm start:

October Saturday 27th Halloween Tour (Dress Up)

November Saturday 10th

December Saturday 8th

Please call (03) 5348 3211 or email info@theconvent.com.au to secure your position! Ghost tour numbers are limited and will sell fast.
If you have a group of 14+ people please contact The Convent as private tours are possible.

TOUR PRICES:
$45 per person with wine on arrival and coffee at the end of the tour.

Before booking, please be aware participants should be over 16 and that the ghost tour spans four floors of stairs within The Convent.

http://www.conventgallery.com.au/ghosttoursdaylesfordconvent
« Last Edit: May 10, 2013, 11:27:14 PM by Christine »
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Offline Christine

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If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family anatidae on our hands.
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