Gosford Farm Boy’s Home
Year Opened: 1911
Year Closed: 1923
Gosford Farm Home for Boys was a reformatory opened by the Department of Public Instruction. It was officially opened in 1913 but boys lived there from 1911, as they laboured to build it. The farm home occupied a 700-acre site on Mount Penang. It housed boys moved from the Brush Farm Reformatory and the training vessel the Sobraon.
Related News Stories
Bon Fire Concert at Boys’ Home, 31 May 1923 (Gosford Times)
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