Stewarts Bay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStewarts Bay Lodge Port Arthur
pity the restaraunt was closed as it has a great view over the bay
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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 …
... hardly rested since we started as she had been climbing up and down the dune the whole time. I was proved wrong again and she made it all the way back on her own. I think everyone else with us helped spur her along, thank goodness! It ended up being a really good day and we all had a great time, especially Jackson! We drove home and made Nanna's Cajun chicken dish for dinner and enjoyed a beautiful gourmet Fruit Salad birthday platter for dessert as requested by ...
Today we visited Port Arthur Historical Site. Its a beautiful drive from our camp site. We decided to drive through White Sand Beach. Absolutely stunning place!
We then drove on towards Port Arthur and didn't realise that there would be so many people. It wasn't until we actually walked down to the Visitor Centre that we realised we had to pay to get in!! Doh!
$80 later we got in an checked out the place. Its an amazing site and what the people here had to ...
... to have flights to New Zealand, all the flights are now domestic, to Melbourne and Sydney. Considering we have crossed the Bass Straight it feels strange to think that we are still in Australia using Australian currency and not in a foreign land! As soon as Mike spotted a Qantas attendant at the desk, we joined the queue of two to book our luggage in. With boarding passes in hand, we emptied our water bottles and went through security to spend the rest of the time ...
... that were once part of the "machine to grind rogues honest" (the idea behind the development of the Port Arthur convict settlement). Of particular interest was Point Puer, the site of the first reformatory exclusively for juvenile male convicts in the British Empire, which housed 3000 boys as young as nine years old during its 15 years of operation. We then had 2.5 hours to explore the sprawling grounds on our own. We easily filled the time, as there were ...