The Albany Courthouse, 184 Stirling Terrace, Albany, Western Australia.
The Albany Courthouse is an operating Magistrates Court for civil and criminal matters in Albany, Western Australia, see location map below. The Court also has a District Court Registry for civil actions.
Young, a town on the south-west slopes of New South Wales was settled in 1826. See location map below. Known initially as Lambing Flat, the discovery of gold in the 1860s soon attracted large numbers of miners and prospectors to the area. However tensions among them led to riots and unrest. Eventually Lambing Flat became known as Young.
The former Bungendore Courthouse building in Gibralter Street, Bungendore, is no longer used as a courthouse but as Police Station. Constructed of sandstone it is surrounded and framed by beautiful mature trees.
Bungendore is a small town not far from Canberra in an easterly direction and part of the Queanbeyan area of New South Wales. See location map below.