Queen Street‚ Brisbane City

Ghost Tours prides itself on upholding the motto ‘Heritage and Hauntings’. They combine the unique experience of visiting Brisbane and South East Queensland’s most historic haunted sites with the ancient art of story telling. Hear classic local ghost stories, urban legends and myths, true tales of tragedy, crime, murder, magic, witchcraft, love and death. Ghost Tours has been operating since last century when it was established by local dark historian Jack Sim.

Undertake a tour with an eerie Ghost Host who imparts the haunted heritage of the sites visited. The presence of these creepy characters is Ghost Tours only concession to theatrics – there are no extras in sheets leaping from the shadows to give cheap thrills on these tours. All thrills are genuine and genuinely creepy.


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Recent Reviews


Dec 2021

Very enjoyable

This was a daytime prison tour. Our guide waS very knowledgeable she had been working here for 8 years, you can tell she enjoyed her job. There were only 4 families and I thought how could we... more »


Nov 2021

Histrionic Tour

We did the historical tour in Brisbane starting in Queen Street Mall Jack was a wealth of knowledge and so rich in history It was surreal as now buildings I pass each time in the City have so much... more »


Nov 2021

Really Good history experience

We did the South Brisbane Cemetery Crime tour. It was an interesting account of some of our history that I wasn’t aware of. The guide was quite knowledgeable and told a good yarn. It wasn’t a a scary... more »


Nov 2021

Informative but not entertained or scary

Went on the Bogo Toad Ghost Tour and it started amazing with the warden all dressed up and totally in character. Sadly it then turned to a information tour being handed off to 3 other staff members... more »


Oct 2021


We did the officer and prisoner tour, was a waste of time and money. Boring and very dragged out, the 2 hours could have been condensed into one. The tour of jail virtually non existent, saw an... more »