• go on an evening walking tour around Port Arthur to discover gems shrouded in mystery!
  • Walk for about two kilometers through the darkness of this historic site with nothing but a lantern to light your way
  • Drop by several of the most infamous buildings and ruins in the area and explore the deepest corners of each one
  • Learn about the strange tales that have unnerved and baffled the convicts, settlers, and soldiers who lived there

Itinerary

  • Meet up with your guide at the Port Arthur Visitor Center
  • Follow your guide around Port Arthur’s most infamous buildings and ruins
  • Learn about these places as you move along

Tour Departure Times:

  • Ghost Tour departure times vary each month and with daylight savings
  • From the first Sunday in Apr: 18:30 and 20:30
  • May: 18:00 and 20:00
  • Jun-Jul: 17:30 and 19:30
  • Aug: 18:00 and 20:00
  • Sep: 18:30 and 20:30
  • From the first Sunday in Oct-Mar: 20:45 and 21:00
  • You will be automatically fill in the first session on your selected date. In the case of fully booked, you will arrange in the second session and the local operator will reconfirm the final tour time with you

Eligibility

  • Children aged 0-6 can join the tour for free so long as they’re accompanied by paying adults; children aged 7-17 must also be accompanied by paying adults
  • While children of any age can join the tour, it may not be suitable for them depending on if they’re very active or tend to be easily scared. If your child is disruptive to the tour, your guide may ask you to leave the tour

Additional Information

Prohibitions & Limitations
  • Due to the nature of this activity, it is not recommended for persons with impaired physical mobility or those in wheelchairs
  • For safety reasons and for the preservation of the heritage buildings, pets and the recreational use of drones are are not permitted inside Port Arthur

Voucher Type

  • You can present either a printed or mobile voucher

Meet Up Information

  • Please arrive at least 15-30 minutes before your scheduled tour so that you have time to check in and move to your tour departure point
  • Please allow 90 minutes travel time to Port Arthur from Hobart

Visitor Centre, Port Arthur Historic Site, Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182, Australia

How To Get There

  • By car: from Hobart, take the Tasman Highway (A3) across the Tasman Bridge, go past Hobart International Airport, and drive to Sorell, which is 27km southeast of Hobart. Once you’re in Sorell, turn right to the Arthur Highway (A9) at the traffic lights in the center of the town. Continue along Arthur Highway for 30km until you arrive at the township of Dunalley. Drive through town until you reach the bridge over the canal. Turn left to the bridge and continue for another 44km until you see the turn to the Port Arthur Historic Site on the left
  • ou may refer to the map for directions

Tips for those Driving Cars:

  • Fill your car with fuel before your begin your journey. Most service stations in the region close before 18:00
  • Check rental car restrictions. Some car rental companies have limitations on where you can drive. The Arthur Highway (A9) is a sealed road, however, many smaller roads on the Tasman Peninsula are unsealed or rough, so make sure to check your route and your rental service’s terms and conditions before you begin
  • Watch out for wildlife roaming around. Animals, including large wallabies and wombats, are abundant throughout Tasmania. Animals are most active and often encountered along the roadside at dawn and dusk so best to take special care when driving during these times
Port Arthur Historic Site Ghost Tour in Tasmania

  • go on an evening walking tour around Port Arthur to discover gems shrouded in mystery!
  • Walk for about two kilometers through the darkness of this historic site with nothing but a lantern to light your way
  • Drop by several of the most infamous buildings and ruins in the area and explore the deepest corners of each one
  • Learn about the strange tales that have unnerved and baffled the convicts, settlers, and soldiers who lived there

Itinerary

  • Meet up with your guide at the Port Arthur Visitor Center
  • Follow your guide around Port Arthur’s most infamous buildings and ruins
  • Learn about these places as you move along

Tour Departure Times:

  • Ghost Tour departure times vary each month and with daylight savings
  • From the first Sunday in Apr: 18:30 and 20:30
  • May: 18:00 and 20:00
  • Jun-Jul: 17:30 and 19:30
  • Aug: 18:00 and 20:00
  • Sep: 18:30 and 20:30
  • From the first Sunday in Oct-Mar: 20:45 and 21:00
  • You will be automatically fill in the first session on your selected date. In the case of fully booked, you will arrange in the second session and the local operator will reconfirm the final tour time with you

Eligibility

  • Children aged 0-6 can join the tour for free so long as they’re accompanied by paying adults; children aged 7-17 must also be accompanied by paying adults
  • While children of any age can join the tour, it may not be suitable for them depending on if they’re very active or tend to be easily scared. If your child is disruptive to the tour, your guide may ask you to leave the tour

Additional Information

Prohibitions & Limitations
  • Due to the nature of this activity, it is not recommended for persons with impaired physical mobility or those in wheelchairs
  • For safety reasons and for the preservation of the heritage buildings, pets and the recreational use of drones are are not permitted inside Port Arthur

Voucher Type

  • You can present either a printed or mobile voucher

Meet Up Information

  • Please arrive at least 15-30 minutes before your scheduled tour so that you have time to check in and move to your tour departure point
  • Please allow 90 minutes travel time to Port Arthur from Hobart

Visitor Centre, Port Arthur Historic Site, Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182, Australia

How To Get There

  • By car: from Hobart, take the Tasman Highway (A3) across the Tasman Bridge, go past Hobart International Airport, and drive to Sorell, which is 27km southeast of Hobart. Once you’re in Sorell, turn right to the Arthur Highway (A9) at the traffic lights in the center of the town. Continue along Arthur Highway for 30km until you arrive at the township of Dunalley. Drive through town until you reach the bridge over the canal. Turn left to the bridge and continue for another 44km until you see the turn to the Port Arthur Historic Site on the left
  • ou may refer to the map for directions

Tips for those Driving Cars:

  • Fill your car with fuel before your begin your journey. Most service stations in the region close before 18:00
  • Check rental car restrictions. Some car rental companies have limitations on where you can drive. The Arthur Highway (A9) is a sealed road, however, many smaller roads on the Tasman Peninsula are unsealed or rough, so make sure to check your route and your rental service’s terms and conditions before you begin
  • Watch out for wildlife roaming around. Animals, including large wallabies and wombats, are abundant throughout Tasmania. Animals are most active and often encountered along the roadside at dawn and dusk so best to take special care when driving during these times

BOOKING INFORMATION 

Please insert the contact number and the leader name in the Billing Details after you check out .

We will send you the Entrance ticket voucher within 24hrs.

 

Travel Advice:

Travel Insurance is strongly recommended. With the traveller who purchased with Delightful Travel. We will offer 20% off on your insurance.

 

Terms and Condition

Please makes sure you read the Terms and Condition Before you place the Booking.

All prices are quoted in Australian Dollars and include GST

Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied and supervised by an adult (18+) for the duration of the tour

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hour(s) before the selected activity date

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