Anglesea Barracks

96 – 120 Davey Street, Hobart

Saturday, Nov 13

Sunday, Nov 14

Booking required

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BOOKINGS OPEN 12 NOON, TUESDAY 26 OCT, 2021

Architects: John Lee Archer, JC Victor, Richard Turton, Roger Kelsal (1814)

With buildings made of convict brick and local sandstone dating back to 1814, Anglesea Barracks is the oldest military barracks still in use in Australia and includes the country’s only nineteenth-century military prison. The Barracks precinct is one of Australia’s most significant historical military precincts and includes the Guard House, Military Hospital, the two-storey Soldiers’ Barracks, Drill Hall and Military Gaol, many of which were designed by colonial architect, John Lee Archer.

Guided Tour Times on both Saturday and Sunday: 10.00 am, 11.30 am, 1.00 pm and 2.30 pm.

Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes

BOOKINGS OPEN 12 NOON, TUESDAY 26 OCT, 2021

Locations

CBD

Hobart

Building Type

Army Barracks

Architectural Period

Features

Heritage

History of Hobart

Accessibilities

Level Changes

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Uneven Surfaces

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