Path to Wombat Pool, Cradle mountain, Tasmania, AUS

Path to Wombat Pool, Cradle mountain, Tasmania, AUS Loved the walking tracks.

Convict ship lists, 1840s. Tasmanian Government Archives

Convict ship lists, Tasmanian Government Archives Compare information from a range of sources Identify questions to inform an historical inquiry Locate information related to inquiry questions in a range of sources

1851 - John Tallis, Van Diemen's Island or Tasmania #map #tasmania #australia

Tasmania , Antique MapArt : 1851 J. Tallis 'Van Diemen's Island or Tasm…' - Antique Map of Australia/World

Tasmania's iconic pic of first convict pardoned at their bush home at Dilston,Tasmania. Circa 1899. v@e.

The isolated bush home of the first convict settler pardoned in Van Diemen's Land, at Dilston, on the Tamar River, Northern Tasmania, Australia.

Port Arthur Historic Convict Settlement, Tasmania, Australia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!  "The Port Arthur penal settlement began life as a small timber station in 1830. Originally designed as a replacement for the recently closed timber camp at Birches Bay, Port Arthur quickly grew in importance within the penal system of the colonies."  Port Arthur http://www.portarthur.org.au/index.aspx?id=12731

Port Arthur Historic Convict Settlement, Tasmania, Australia | Flickr - Photo Sharing! "The Port Arthur penal settlement began life as a small timber station in 1830. Originally designed as a replacement for the recently closed timber camp at Birches Bay, Port Arthur quickly grew in importance within the penal system of the colonies." Port Arthur http://www.portarthur.org.au/index.aspx?id=12731

James kelly , Neds brother

Ned Kelly's youngest brother Jim Kelly in Old Age. Jim Kelly was in prison at the time of the Kelly uprising

"The Grange", Campbell Town, Tasmania -This building was designed by the well-known architect James Blackburn and built in 1847 for Dr William Valentine. Due to his astronomical contacts, the Transit of Venus was observed in December 1874 by a party of American astronomers on the land adjoining "The Grange" on the northern side. "The Grange" was ultimately sold to the Leake Family after his death.

"The Grange", Campbell Town, Tasmania -This building was designed by the…

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