Trial Bay Gaol
National Parks and Wildlife Services, NSW
Trial Bay Gaol was first used as a prison in 1886, utilised in World War 1 as a German internment camp and closed in 1918 due to fears of a German raid. Since then the structure has become a popular tourist attraction located within the Arakoon National Park.
The scope of works for the multiple stage restoration project included, repointing the entrance gatehouse and adjacent walls, replacing window glazing bricks with double hung sash windows, installing copper stormwater services and stripping & replacing salt damaged internal render following a cacoon poultice treatment.