Russell Hotel In The Rocks
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Russell Hotel In The Rocks  
Hotel in Sydney  
Excellent 8.8
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Room 8 of Russell Hotel In The Rocks is consider to be haunted by a sailor's spirit. Guests have reported they have seen a spirit standing in the room and staring at them. Other guests also report hearing footsteps at night.
 
Q Station
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Q Station  
Hotel in Sydney  
Very Good 8.5
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Q Station might boast a beautiful location and wonderful views, but, as a former quarantine station, it has a very dark history. Built in 1832 to quarantine early immigrants afflicted by disease, the station was a place of horror for many and is said to be one of Australia’s most haunted places. Close to 600 inhabitants died there from scarlet fever, smallpox, typhoid, cholera or Spanish influenza. Many ghost tours around the area have included Q Station in their list, and the area is swarming with people hoping to witness paranormal activities and hear ghost stories as they wander through the former hospital, the morgue and the doctors and nurses' quarters.
 
Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
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Hotel Kurrajong Canberra  
Hotel in Canberra  
Very Good 8.7
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Canberra is considered to be one of the most haunted cities in the world, so encountering a ghost or two in one of its hotels should be no surprise. Hotel Kurrajong in particular, accommodates the ghost of the former Prime Minister Ben Chiefly, who died in 1951 from a heart attack in the room 214. Guests have seen his ghost in a grey costume wandering around that room.
 
Port Arthur Motor Inn
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Port Arthur Motor Inn  
Motel in Port Arthur  
Very Good 8.4
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Port Arthur is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Australia. Encountering ghostly apparitions or strange occurrences in Port Arthur Motor Inn should come as no surprise to any potential guest. In fact, testimonies of lights turning on and off and weird noises coming out of nowhere have been made by many guests.
 
Australian Hotel Boonah
Australian Hotel Boonah  
Hotel in Boonah  
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Apart from old-fashioned accommodation and hospitality, this hotel also has a ghost story to share. Rumour has it that the ghost of a 23-year-old woman haunts the hotel's pub, but as guests have stated, she appears to be friendly and not malevolent like most ghosts.
 
The Hotel Windsor
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The Hotel Windsor  
Hotel in Melbourne  
Excellent 8.8
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Hotel Windsor has accommodated many guests over the decades and some of them were so satisfied by the service that they never left. One of the most characteristic examples is that of Dame Nellie Melba, an Australian soprano, whose singing can still be heard echoing in the hotel's corridors. Very close to Hotel Windsor is the Princess Theatre, where some macabre events occurred, and some ghostly apparitions have been spotted lurking around the theatre and the hotel.
 
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