Stewarts Bay Lodge

6955 Arthur Highway, Port Arthur, Tasmania, 7182, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 6955 Arthur Highway, Port Arthur, is near Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasman Island Cruises, Coal Mines Historic Site, and Cape Raoul.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsStewarts Bay Lodge Port Arthur

    Reviewed by johnmu

    very comfortable

    Reviewed Jan 14, 2014
    by (5 reviews) ARMIDALE , Australia Flag of Australia

    pity the restaraunt was closed as it has a great view over the bay

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Stewarts Bay Lodge Port Arthur

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    Travel Blogs from Port Arthur

    Day 7 Bicheno to Port Arthur

    A travel blog entry by johnmu on Jan 15, 2014

    27 photos

    We left Bicheno early planning to have some breakfast along the way to Port Arthur. Not far from Bicheno is the seaside town of Swansea. A perfect place to have breakfast before a couple of hours drive down the Tasman Highway to Port Arthur. Swansea is an old town dominated by sea views and an old convenience store, Morris' Store which over the …

    The best bit was... chocolate challenge!

    A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... have a little walk along the cliffs and see the bays, which was nice and good that the sun was shining, but I just felt so tired and wanted to sleep.

    We eventually arrived at Port Arthur and the grown-up was surprised, as she thought it was being to be a little port with boats and shops and cafes and things, but it wasn't. It was a historic site which receives visitors to come and see where more criminald used to live. I'm thinking ...

    Tasman Peninsular and Port Arthur

    A travel blog entry by mike_margaret on Feb 04, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the popular East Coast. In 1993, longitudinal cracks began appearing along the web of some beams......In 2002 the new Sorell Causeway Bridge, named the McGee Bridge, was completed.'

    Outside the small rural town of Sorell, we spotted a Caltex garage so we filled the car for the first time, using our Caltex fuel card obtained with Combank Award points. We drove through the town but found nothing to write home about. From then on the countryside became hilly with ...

    Behind Bars

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 27, 2014

    9 photos

    ... to hunch over while walking and the logs had to be carried on their shoulders, leaving the tallest convicts to carry most of the weight. Another form of punishment was to be moved to a lower floor of the penitentiary where the cells were smaller and surveillance was stronger.

    A third form of punishment was to be moved the the Separate Prison - a prison on the grounds of Port Arthur where the convicts lived in complete solitude in a tiny cell for 30 days. In ...

    Turn Left on Blowhole Road

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jan 07, 2014

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... at the Port Arthur Historic Site ahead. Port Arthur is the infamous former convict settlement that operated between 1830 and 1877 on an isolated peninsula on the southeast tip of Tasmania. It held up to 1200 prisoners at a time, almost all of whom were recidivists whose first crime(s) got them shipped from Britain to mainland Australia, and whose subsequent offense resulted in a sentence at Port Arthur. Much about the prison was progressive for its time, ...