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Trial Bay Gaol

Trial Bay Gaol in the Arakoon National Park was established in 1876 as an experimental public works gaol, housing inmates building the local breakwall. The gaol closed in 1904 but was reopened during World War 1 to house 550 German male internees. Now a  museum open 7 days a week  it tells the stories of these two very different but interesting periods. For  more information on Trial Bay Gaol, give them a call on 6566 6168 or