York Courthouse Complex, York

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Architectural Building · Historic Site
The York Courthouse Complex, on Avon Terrace in York, Western Australia, was built from 1852 to 1896, and is one of the most significant built sites from a heritage and architectural perspective in the state.

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  • York is so historic and these old buildings are central to the town's beginnings. Definetly worth the time to experience the history.  more »
  • A step back in time it's fantastic. It has be renovated to the highest level. Bringing it back to yester year  more »
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  • Brilliant tourist attraction for York. These facilities are amazingly looked after and it was great to have a full look over the place being able to go into all of the rooms and the courthouses.
  • Best tourist attraction in York. Well restored and tells an engaging story. The original graffitti on the prison wall were a highlight as it gives a glimpse into life of the pioneers when York was a frontier town

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