A Voice of 1915 German Internee

Come and see a German diary, written by 4th Officer, Fritz Stegherr, who was a prisoner on the Island.

The 1915 diary is among other collectables at the Visitor Centre.

The site is significant as a rare Tasmanian example of a late 19th century quarantine station. It highlights how people demonstrated their institutional attitudes towards social class and health.

 

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
Bruny Island Quaratine Station, 816 Killora Road, Bruny Island, Tasmania
Times:

Thursday - Monday
10.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Entry fees:
Free
Booking:
kdunc@activ8.net.au(03) 62606287
Attendance limit:
no
Onsite facilities:

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