Willow Court Project

The original home of Willow Court on the internet

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If These Walls Could Talk: Willow Court Mental Asylum. A history and paranormal feature series on the Willow Court Mental Asylum New Norfolk, Tasmania.. Coming late 2019 This has been a long time coming for us, and im really pleased to show you Teaser 1

July 18, 2019

Willow Court Barracks to be turned into arts hub after winning Derwent Valley Council approval BY FIONA BLACKWOOD 5 MINUTES AGO Direct Link ABC: https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-21/willow-court-asylum-converted-into-artist-studio/11228708?pfmredir=sm&fbclid=IwAR2p6PFFTJ4gFZwSHX6ikc2vdshiv2oXaW3bFhvh2TecZFaoxqILKJRdPYQ Australia's first purpose-built mental asylum which operated continuously for more than 170

June 21, 2019

Its fair to say Willow Court is the talk of the town at present, with all the proposals taking place regarding future development, leases and re-use. Its pretty hard to keep on top of it all, but New Norfolk News have done a good job of putting it all on

June 20, 2019

It appears that Alonnah's steel door entrance opposite the Agrarian Kitchen Eatery will be stage 1 of the distillery development. According to the area highlighted in pink in the above image, it refers to a rather large area that is currently housing some odds and ends, a observation area and

May 27, 2019

For more info on the development and plans please visit Newsnn at the below link: http://www.newsnn.net/2019/05/corumbenes-leap-of-faith.html

May 27, 2019
Contact Person Nick Jarvis

I often get asked this question, what can I see at Willow Court? Apart from walking around the Willow Court Antiques Centre, Patchwork Cafe and the surrounding grounds there are a few more options for you to explore legally and safely. I will add some photos, videos and maps to

May 23, 2019

I had heard whispers quite a while ago, but I was not able to mention anything. I didn't think Corumbene were successful in getting the oval site, but Im glad they did. Whats your thoughts? DAMIAN BESTER, Mercury May 20, 2019 6:45pm A $4.5 MILLION redevelopment of two

May 21, 2019