Port Arthur Ghost Tour
You just might, after an after-dark tour of Port Arthur Historic Site.
“I made the keys and can escape from the prison with them whenever I like.”
Drunken and incompetent warders were easy prey for the enterprising Henry Singleton. When they gave him access to keys, he saw his chance.
Private Robert Young's headstone reads: “His melancholy fate doth plainly prove/the frail uncertainty of human life”.
Two convicts risked their lives to save Robert from drowning. Were they his friends, or were they hoping for a reward?
"Surgeon’s report; bad. Behaviour; idle and disorderly.”
The fiery young Scottish highway-woman tested the system to its limits but, given trust and respect, she turned her life around.
Festival of Voices in partnership with Port Arthur showcase a premiere vocal ensemble concert with dinner package in the Asylum
As part of the Festival of Voices the Sydney Children's Choir will perform at the Convict Church, Port Arthur