In the former Royal Engineers Office beside the Kingston Pier.

The Royal Engineers Office (R.E.O.), built during the Second Settlement, is the Museum book, souvenir and refreshment shop. It is also the venue for our changing short term displays. Browse through our comprehensive and exclusive range of books on Norfolk Island’s history, or pick up that special and unique souvenir to take home. The R.E.O. is where you meet to join in the Tag-A-Long tours from Monday to Saturday. Museum and Cemetery Tour tickets can all be purchased here.

The R.E.O. is generally the starting point in Kingston.

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A-Z of Convicts in Van Diemen's Land - $40.00


Barnard's book is a rich and compelling accout of the lives of men, women and children who were transported to Tasmania for crimes ranging from stealing bread to poisoning family members. Their sentences, punishments, achievements, and suffering make for fascinating reading.

Convict Tattoos: Marked Men and Women of Australia - $35.00


The untold story of convict Australia. More thank 166,00 convicts were transported to Australia. At least thirty-seven percent of men and fifteen percent of women were tattooed when they arrived. And their tattoos were systematically recorded when they disembarked. This book brings to life the stories behind those records and as a result, Barnard reveals an extraordinary slice of Australia's history.