Join the team at Twisted History for a night you won’t forget, as we share spine-tingling stories of Bendigo’s haunted past.

Our Victorian-era guides will lead you through the streets and lanes to the most haunted locations in town.

From unexplained paranormal activity to regular ghostly sightings, Bendigo has always boasted a reputation as Victoria’s most haunted city.

Tour starts in front of the Bendigo Information centre, Pall Mall


Are you a budding ghost enthusiast or a seasoned Paranormal Investigator and looking for a company that can cater for your needs.

Gather a group of friends and join the team at Twisted History with a Auslan interpreter, for a range of tours with difference.

From a ghost tour around Melbourne’s Chinatown to Geelong’s Haunted Gaol, or a night tour of Castlemaine’s cemetery we will have you wondering who is still around.

Or for a truly haunting experience join our investigators or psychic mediums for a range of Paranormal tours around the old Geelong Gaol or one of our many haunted hotels we visit across Victoria.

Paranormal groups will be guided by our expert Paranormal investigator with a range of paranormal investigating equipment.


Returning in late 2022

Hear spine-tingling stories of Melbourne’s past as we guide you through the streets and lanes of the oldest Chinese community in the western world. Experience locations of a former opium den, Chinese cocaine house and brothels.

From stories of ghosts, murder and prostitution, to Squizzy Taylor and Chang the Chinese giant. You won’t believe what has happened in just three blocks of Little Bourke St.

Tour starts in front of the Chinese (Tianjin) Gardens Corner of Spring & Little Bourke Streets, Melbourne CBD

Geelong Ghost

Tour run 7 nights a week at 8pm

Opening in 1853, the Geelong Gaol is one of Australia’s most intact 19th century convict prisons.

Enter these prison gates after dark and be haunted by stories of convicts, murderers and lunatics who once called this three story bluestone building home.

The tour will take you back to a time when the building housed male and female prisoners, as well as children from the Geelong industrial school.

Do you dare enter these gates after dark ……