The old gaol is now fully restored and the ghosts of the unfortunates who inhabited it can be visited daily. Displays in the Great Hall, warders' quarters and cells illustrate the way things were in past, less privileged, times.
This 11 room wattle and daub home, furnished as it would have been in bygone days, is the oldest surviving dwelling in Western Australia. The cottage is the pride and joy of the Albany Historical Society and a must-see attraction for visitors.
Surrounding the Patrick Taylor Cottage Is a beautiful old English garden, originally begun as a project to enhance the Patrick Taylor cottage and provide important training to job-seekers in Albany.
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