The walls of the Ladies Cottage at Tasmania's former asylum in the Derwent Valley are covered in flaking paint, its floorboards creak, and sections of the ceiling have fallen away. But it may soon return to life, as it has been listed for sale. To keep reading please follow ABC's
Salamanca Arts Centre have been given the keys to the Willow Court Barracks building this morning. Salamanca Arts plan to use the Barracks to hold community arts and events into the future with their first exhibition planned for sometime in February. To Read More please visit New Norfolk News https:
Been a while since I have uploaded a video for the series so I thought I better get on to it. Todays video is similar to the last video (#21) however it focuses on the Western side of the hospital, or what I used to refer to as the Willow
This video does not need much explanation, its basically a photo slideshow of Willow Court/Royal Derwent. This video is my most watched video with over 16000 views. I'm not sure why its so popular, lol its just is. Sit back and enjoy!
PART I Part I starts off behind Alonnah, the "backyard" if you will. There is a large open area behind Alonnah, which can be accessed by a kitchen door and main drive way of Alonnah. You can also access Alonnah's small Airing yard and the large Ward C airing yard