Open every day at 10:00 to 17:00, the museum may be visited by anyone both school children and adults. This is where some of the famous criminal cases is enshrined, for example Shark Arm Murder, The Pyjama Girl Case and the Graeme Thorne Kidnapping. Everything is complete with reconstructing the crime scene and items of evidence found by police at the scene.
Located between Albert Street and Phillip Street, there is a unique building that contains a variety of things about the actions of state inmates and justice. The building is named after the Justice and Police Museum.
Established since 1856, initially this building serves as Water Police Court. Two years later changed into Water Police Station. Then in 1886 became the Police Court. Only by paying a fee of AUD $ 8, visitors can see a variety of sharp objects and some evidence that are often found in the area of crime.
The room is made berkoridor-corridor that each part contains the different display. There is a major Supreme Court courtroom, there are also bars, execution chamber and punishment, up to a few things that exploits a Frank Gardiner, Ben Hall, Captain Moonlight and Ned Kelly.