Beechworth Court House

The Beechworth Courthouse was built in 1858 and served the area during the gold rush era up until 1898. It is most famous for the initial trial of Ned Kelly in 1880, before he was finally trialed in Melbourne. His mother, Ellen Kelly, and the bushranger Henry Power (real name Henry Johnson) were convicted here. The old telegraph station can be seen in the south-west; and the Sub Treasury in the north-east. The Town Hall (now the tourist information office) is across the road.

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