Enjoy high tea in style and summer activities at Port Arthur
If all the stories of the hardship endured by convicts at Port Arthur get a bit much this summer, visitors will be able to escape to the stylishly refurbished former residence of the Visiting Magistrate to ease their bodies and minds over afternoon tea.
Port Arthur's WW1 Soldiers Memorial Avenue celebrated
A significant aspect of Port Arthur's post-convict history has been celebrated, with the launch of new conservation and interpretation works on the Soldiers Memorial Avenue.
Many achievements during Port Arthur's challenging year
The Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority's (PAHSMA's) success in the 2012 Tasmanian Tourism Awards has been a highlight of a difficult but productive period.
Port Arthur honoured at Tourism Awards
The Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority (PAHSMA) is celebrating major wins at the 2012 Tasmanian Tourism Awards, announced in Hobart on November 9.
New daily Museum House talks at Port Arthur
Port Arthur Guides are now offering daily talks in two of the most popular of the convict-era Museum Houses at Port Arthur.
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