Port Arthur Motor Inn

Address: 29 Safety Cove Rd, Port Arthur, Tasmania, 7182, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 29 Safety Cove Rd, Port Arthur, is near Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasman Island Cruises, Coal Mines Historic Site, and Cape Raoul.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Arthur

    This Was What I Came For!

    A travel blog entry by snarkyobserver on Apr 07, 2015

    23 photos

    ... from Hobart, so I decided to head out much earlier and get in all the sights of that area of Tassie. It is definitely a good thing that I gave myself a few extra hours because I used them going around and around the roundabouts and taking detours and wrong turns. Australia is pretty smart - instead of having intersections, they have roundabouts, so your car never really makes a full stop. However, Suri cannot keep up with the roundabouts. (Notice I ...

    Old convicts

    A travel blog entry by nicksmale on Mar 22, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... we set off for a drive to Port Arthur, a world heritage site which was a convict colony. A lovely drive with views of the sea and beautiful coves most of the way.At least nobody is trying to con us today, until .......
    We had seen advertised on the TV a rescue centre for Tasmanian Devils on our route and it is free to go in but donations are welcome. When we got there the minimum donation required was $33 ...

    Last day of tour

    A travel blog entry by sjoyce007 on Dec 26, 2014

    Today we drive to Port Arthur to visit the half restored convict colony, which was originally a grainery, timber source and whisky making area. We had a short walking tour and then wandered around ourselves. The penitentiary area made me sad, the conditions were dehumanising, with one area forbidding any contact or conversation. Most were multiple offenders but some were ...

    Port Arthur, UNESCO World Heritage Site

    A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Nov 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to behaviour and performance. Still, newly industrial England could be such a dreadful place that many actually found life better here! After serving their time, often for petty crimes, many convicts acquired skills that were a distinct advantage if and when they gained their freedom. Many Australians are descendants of these people whose circumstances had been so unfortunate. We dock in Sydney this morning and fly to Auckland this ...

    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 ...