Port Arthur Motor Inn

Port Arthur Historic Site, Port Arthur, Tasmania, 7182, Australia | Hotel
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Better the devil you know

A travel blog entry by julesyscott


... oldest timber military building in Australia, housed officers who looked after the dogs and dealt with aberrant prisoners. 5. Doo Town A small village of mainly holiday homes all wittingly involving the name 'Doo' in their titles. My faves include Love me Doo, Wee Doo (very rarely!), Make Doo and Dr Doolittle. 6. Blowhole Should have been impressive but no where near as good as the ones at Pancake Rocks in NZ. 7. Tasman Arch Big natural arch in rocks. BIG! 8. ...

Not a day for the vertiginous

A travel blog entry by julesyscott


... sign, great! I kept walking. The views were spectacular but turn by turn the drop offs got closer. I was brave at a few where there were rocks you could lean against and have a peek but the rock plateau at the end was a bit too much for me. I sat down and got within a meter of the edge, which I was pleased with. I saw the candlestick, the totem pole's bigger more easterly brother, but I hadn't got the guts to hang my head over the cliff edge to see the totem pole,which ...

Port Arthur

A travel blog entry by suehindmarsh


... the memory is still very raw. The little cottage that was used to house several Church Pastors and their families over the years is known to be one of the most haunted houses in the world. One wonders why? What could have happened there? It is quite Erie walking around the place knowing of this. Port Arthur The Port Arthur penal prison was used as a punishment station for repeat offenders from all the Australian ...

Behind Bars

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... Prison, the convicts were not allowed to make any noise, not even natural bodily noises, unless they were spoken to by a guard. These men were held in their tiny cells for 23 hours a day. Each day following their third day in solitude, they were given one hour a day of exercise in solitude and on Sundays they went to Church services. When these men were brought out of the Separate Prison, they had to wear hoods with only holes for them to see out of as this was to avoid ...

Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy


... and then went out onto the crew deck with Leah* to view the last of the rock formations. We wound up seeing what I believe to be Pacific white-sided dolphins jumping toward our ship!

Worked 7-10pm for our kids disco in the Remix room. One 7 year old boy, after listening to Gangham Style [Heyyyyy Sexy Ladies…], came up to me and said "That song, they’re talking about you. Ladies like you." Oh ...


This hotel, located on Port Arthur Historic Site, Port Arthur, is near Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasman Island Cruises, Coal Mines Historic Site, and Cape Raoul.
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