- During the 1860s, it was home to bushranger Moondyne Joe.
- Moondyne Joe was given a ticket of leave in May 1871.
- Moondyne Joe is a convict who escapes after being victimised and mistreated by a cruel penal system.
- On 7 March 1867, Moondyne Joe escaped through a hole he had made in the prison wall.
- Eventually, in April 1871, Comptroller General Wakeford heard from Moondyne Joe of Hampton's promise.
- It's difficult to find moondyne joe in a sentence. 用moondyne joe造句挺难的
- The museum records the history of the serial escapee Moondyne Joe and his imprisonment in the " native cell ".
- Moondyne Cave was discovered in 1881 by Joseph Bolitho Johns, who had formerly been the bushranger known as Moondyne Joe.
- The next person is an escapologist : Moondyne Joe escaped capture a number of times and died in a lunatic asylum.
- The bushranger Moondyne Joe used the area as a hide-out with his cave and corral situated within the park boundaries.
- In 1861, Western Australia's notorious bushranger Moondyne Joe was imprisoned in Toodyay for stealing a horse, but escaped.
- A few days before the second anniversary of his escape, Moondyne Joe tried to steal some wine from the cellars at Houghton Winery.
- The song is by an unknown writer and was found in a booklet of songs entitled, " Moondyne Joe and other Sandgroper Ballads ".
- For absconding and for being in possession of a firearm, Moondyne Joe was sentenced to twelve months in irons, and transferred to Fremantle Prison.
- In 1982 they performed a musical " Moondyne Joe " ( about the bushranger of that name ) at the Regal Theatre in Subiaco.
- As punishment for escaping and for the robberies committed while on the run, Moondyne Joe received five years hard labour on top of his remaining sentence.