1. Monte Cristo Homestead in Junee, New South Wales.
3. Princess Theatre, in Melbourne, Victoria.
The history: In March 1888, baritone "Frederick Federici" (real name Frederick Baker) was playing Mephistopheles in Gounod's opera Faust. At the end of the opera, Mephistopheles sank dramatically through a trapdoor in the stage, to portray returning to fiery hell with his prize, Dr Faustus. While Federici was being lowered through the trap door, he suffered a heart attack, dying almost immediately. Although he never returned to the stage, cast members of the production all reported seeing him on stage, taking his bows with the rest of the cast.
Hauntings reported: Many theatregoers and workers have reported seeing Frederick's ghost, and sightings are considered a good omen.
4. Fremantle Arts Centre in Western Australia.
5. National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
6. Port Arthur in Tasmania.
The history: Originally sold as an an 'inescapable prison,' many convicts died here over the years. Port Arthur was also the location of Australia's last shooting massacre in 1996, which prompted the introduction of stricter gun control in Australia.
How it's haunted: Over the past 20 years, 1800 apparitions have been spotted and they do nightly ghost tours.
7. Devil's Pool near Babinda, Queensland.
8. Anglican Parish of Mulgoa, New South Wales.
The history: Twin boys burned to death after a prank went wrong.
How it's haunted: The ghosts of the twin boys remain at the church, and they get angry when around fire. There's also an urban legend that claims that if you drive around the church at night, the headlights of your car will switch off, and if you continue, the car will stall.
9. Boggo Road Jail in Brisbane, Queensland.
10. Seppeltsfield Winery in the Barossa Valley, South Australia.
The history: Oscar Benno Seppelt allegedly went insane after a prolonged amount of time in his private retreat, hidden away behind a trophy cellar.
How it's haunted: Guests report the sensation of being watched and pushed by forces that are not there. The lights will not turn on after 7pm. Moans, whispers and gunshots have been heard, as well as sounds of machinery working in a building that has been locked for over 150 years. There are bloodstained walls in the mausoleum that are wet on the anniversary of their deaths.
11. Manly Quarantine Station in Sydney, New South Wales.
12. Kalamunda Hotel in Western Australia
13. Beechworth Asylum in Beechworth, Victoria.
14. Rose and Crown Hotel in Guildford, Western Australia.
15. St. John's Cemetary in Kapunda, South Australia
16. Aradale Mental Hospital near Ararat, Victoria.
The history: Aradale is Australia's largest abandoned psychiatric facility. Over the 130 years the facility was operational, they performed some of the most controversial psychiatric treatments seen in Australia. 13,000 patients died over the course of the hospital's history.
How it's haunted: A former nurse is known to watch ghost tour groups from one room. Visitors often experience the sensation of being touched by unseen forces, and feel unexplained pains as they travel through the massive institution. Also reported are unexplained cold breezes, banging sounds, and visions of former patient Margaret, who spent her life hospitalised in Aradale until the late 90s, when she was kicked out, only to return to her familiar home in death.