Carnarvon Hotel Mural

Marilyn Harris

Joined February 2008

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Carnarvon Hotel Mural

2394 Views – 15.11.2016

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The most senior official at Port Arthur was the Commandant. Located on the fringe of settlement, the Commandant’s House enjoyed a commanding prospect over the rest of the settlement. The house began life in 1833 as a simple wooden cottage, to become a many-roomed complex fringed by ornate gardens and pathways. High masonry walls divided the residence from the rest of settlement. After the close of the convict period in 1877, the building became the Carnarvon Hotel in 1885 and later a guest house which operated until the 1930’s.

Commandant’s House, Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia.

Canon PowerShot A650 IS

Shutter Speed: 1/30sec
Aperture: F3.2
ISO: 400

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