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One of the iconic landmarks of the historic Port Arthur site. The convict church was used for prisoners of different denominations. Sporting a wooden steeple and a peal of bells, it made for an imposing structure. Sadly, the steeple blew down in a storm and the rest of the church was damaged in a bushfire. All that remains now is this beautiful, brick skeleton. Its open-air structure and dramatic setting, nestled amongst greenery and the historic site now makes it a popular site for weddings and other special occasions.
We have carefully sealed the front and back of the image to ensure that it is water resistant. It will be OK if you get caught in the rain, but please avoid submerging it when swimming or bathing.