To experience Fremantle Prison today is to be transported back to a dark time in Western Australia’s history. Initially conceived for British convicts in 1855, Fremantle Prison later housed local convicts; even women convicted of crimes such as idleness or loitering did time here. The prison’s history doesn’t lack for drama. Poor treatment of prisoners was the norm (a bucket […]
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