It’s winter on Tasmania’s west coast and Australia’s longest running play has moved indoors onto the big screen, where it’s warm and cosy.The Ship That Never Was – THE MOVIE is a film of a live performance, showing every day through winter at 5:30pm. The Ship That Never Was tells the story of the last great escape from Sarah Island.
In January 1834 the last ship built at the convict settlement in Macquarie Harbour is about to sail for Port Arthur. Ten convict shipwrights have other ideas! So begins the story of an amazing escape and an extraordinary voyage.
Great indoor family entertainment! Cost: Adults $10, Kids $2.50
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