Bloody Brisbane Crime Tours – Coach

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Brisbane, capital of the Sunshine State; As the convict era ended, Brisbane changed from wild frontier town to cold modern city – as it grew so did crime. Undertake a journey by coach to 5 infamous crime scenes – crimes which still haunt the town to this day. HEAR REAL CRIME STORIES and visit REAL CRIME SCENES including:

  • TERROR ON THE TERRACE (Killer Kast)
  • THE VALLEY INFERNO (Whiskey Au Go Go)
  • MURDER AT KANGAROO POINT (Patrick Mayne)
  • NIGHTMARE AT WEST END (The Vampire Killer)

This tour is based on the books BLOODY BRISBANE: Murder in the River City – Volume 1 & 2 by Crime Tours researcher Jack Sim.

 

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Tour Information


Tour Type

Coach Tour


Prices

Adult: $50.00
Adult Concession – Seniors / Students: $45.00*
Teenager (12-17): $40.00

Groups of 20+: Contact Ghost Tours Tour Coordinator for a quote either via email or phone on 0401 666 441.

Bookings essential

*Concession applies to seniors, pensioners, and university students. Customers may be asked to produce concession cards.


Dates / Times

One Saturday each quarter – 7:30pm
(Tours run in all weather)


Duration

2½ hours


Meeting Place

Brisbane City Hall (King George Square entrance), Brisbane City.

For a map of the meeting location, click here.


Bookings

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Tour Includes

Your evenings experience includes:

  • Historic Coach Crime Tour with Crime Host
  • Donation to Ghost Tours’ Heritage Fund

Disabled Access

No – Click for details.


Group / Private Bookings

Group / Private Bookings are available, minimum of 20 people required.
Contact Ghost Tours Tour Coordinator for a quote either via email or phone on 0401 666 441.


Map – Meeting Place


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Bloody Brisbane Crime Tours - Coach

One Saturday each quarter - 7:30pm

Recommencing in 2017

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Bloody Brisbane: Murder in the River City

BLOODY BRISBANE: Murder in the River City is a Murder Trails true crime compendium detailing 13 historic homicides of 20th century from Australia's largest city.

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