Fremantle Prison's Transportation exhibition explores the forced migration of over 165,000 men, women and children from Great Britain and Ireland to Australia in the 1700s and 1800s.

Focusing on personal stories and the geopolitical influence transportation had on the British Empire, and how convicts helped shape Australian society.  

Join Fremantle Prison’s Curator, Olimpia Cullity, as she walks you through the exhibition, focusing on key stories and artifacts, and the exhibition’s journey from concept to delivery.

  • Thursday 10 May: 4.00pm
Duration 1 hour
Prices Gold Coin Donation
Bookings Bookings essential || (08) 9336 9205 or email

 This floor talk is being held as part of the 2018 Australian Heritage Festival.