Uncovering Convict History at Kerry Lodge

A third season of archaeological excavations at the site of the Kerry Lodge Probation Station has revealed more information on the convicts who lived and worked at the site.

May is Heritage Festival Month

Tasmania's heritage places, museums and historical groups are sharing their stories throughout the month of May as part of the 2018 Tasmanian Heritage Festival.

Port Arthur Shines

Staff at the World Heritage listed Port Arthur had much to be proud of at the opening of the site's upgraded and expanded visitor centre.

Signs for the Times

There is no escape from the countless array of signs in our cities and towns. Not all signage is bad though – carefully designed and thoughtfully located signs can do their job well, yet not visually compromise their setting.

Updating the Drill Hall Entry

Strahan’s Drill Hall sits discreetly beside the town’s imposing Customs House, yet this modest building has played many important roles in the life of the local community.

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