Albany Courthouse

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The foundation stone of the Albany Courthouse was laid 29 December 1896. The Court House is a unique example of the work of that period, exhibiting masonry at its best. The two arched entrances and doorways are a lasting memorial to Mr Trott, who was responsible for their creation.

The building continues to by the centre of justice within the Albany Region.

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