Tasman Peninsula's brand reinvigorated
A new website and colour brochure have been created to encourage more visitors to experience the wonders of the Tasman Peninsula and stay longer.
Port Arthur Dockyard Project awarded
The innovative Port Arthur Dockyard project has received the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects' Project Award for Design in Landscape Architecture.
Port Arthur honoured at Tourism Awards
The Port Arthur Historic Site's leading position in the Tasmanian tourism industry was acknowledged on Friday with major wins at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards.
Work commences on Separate Prison
Special bricks are being manufactured close to the size of the old convict style bricks and will be used for conservation works at the Separate Prison.
Ghost poet visits Port Arthur
Port Arthur's reputation as a haunted site and a place of serious study and learning will see it included in an unconventional nationwide arts project.
Premier opens the Port Arthur Project
The Premier Paul Lennon today opened the Port Arthur Project, described as the most significant event to date commissioned by Ten Days on the Island.
Five years afloat and one million passengers
The magnificent MV Marana, the magnificent 42 metre cruising catamaran that takes visitors to Port Arthur on their cruise around the harbour, celebrates five years on the run this Friday, 9 March.
Artist-in-Residence explores Port Arthur's literary heritage
Tasmanian artist Brigita Ozolins is currently Artist-in-Residence at the Port Arthur Historic Site. She will be using the residency to develop two projects inspired by the life and work of Henry Savery, Australia's first novelist.
Cruise ship visits Port Arthur
The cruise ship Pacific Princess anchored in Masons Cove at Port Arthur today, bringing with her over 600 passengers for day trips and sightseeing.
History brought to life at Port Arthur
Some of the fascinating stories from Port Arthur's convict past are being brought to life in a series of theatre performances at the Historic Site this summer.