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1830 Restaurant and Bar

With sweeping views of the Penitentiary, gardens, and grounds, the 1830 restaurant is a perfect place to enjoy a long, relaxed meal with friends while visiting the Port Arthur Historic Site.
Their menu uses fresh seasonal produce sourced from local growers and producers, and you can choose your favourite from their range of fine Tasmanian wines, craft beers, whiskeys, and spirits.
1830 Restaurant and Bar is open from 5 pm for dinner on Wednesday to Saturday. Lunch is available on Sundays from 12pm to 3pm.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, these business hours may change, please reconfirm opening hours on our website or ring us at 1800 659 101.

1830 Restaurant & Bar
1830 provides visitors and locals  with views across the site
Relaxed setting at 1830
1830 Restaurant & Bar located within the Visitor Centre
Dine in with the iconic view of the world heritage site
1830 Restaurant & Bar sourcing only from local products
Poached Pear on Banana Bread
Cape Grim Steak
Head Chef Ben Bate
Crispy Skin Tasmanian Salmon



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