This is one of series of photos of Willow Court. The main post is here.
This the building they call the barracks, constructed in 1830 as an Invalid Depot and later extended for use as an asylum. (Above photo is from 2004 but I didn’t get a good overview photo this time, on account of it being a Dark Mofo exhibition, so there were more people, and mirrors, than usual. This post is part of series of photo of Willow court.) Photos are in the order I took them. Starting on the end of the right wing (as you approach) and working around to the other end.
Before we go inside that is the willow (from the Weekly Courier in 1909). Long gone now.
Not all of the windows are real.
Roof the verandah.