Situated within the Arakoon State Conservation Reserve, the 1886 picturesque ruins of Trial Bay Gaol stand tall amidst rocky foreshores and sandy beaches. Originally built as a public works prison and later used as an internment camp during the First World War, Trial Bay Gaol closed in 1918 to become a historical museum and tourist attraction. Wander through the gaol museum and explore the ruins before enjoying a picnic at the nearby Monument Hill. Camping is also available at Trial Bay, with an array of outdoor activities to keep the whole family occupied.
Cardwell Street, South West Rocks 2431 NSW - See Map
Open daily 9am-4.30pm