Tasmania - Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur (Chapter)
This is the Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Just an hour from Hobart are the staggering coastal landscapes, sandy surf beaches and historic sites of the Tasman Peninsula. Bushwalking, surfing, sea-kayaking, scuba-diving and rock-climbing opportunities abound - all good reasons to extend your visit to this region.
- pay your respects to the past, both distant and recent, at the Port Arthur Historic Site
- spot seals, dolphins and maybe even a whale on a cruise around Tasman Island
- restaurants & accommodation
- get your hands dirty picking fresh raspberries, apricots and silvanberries at the Sorell Fruit Farm
Coverage includes: Sorell, Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck, Taranna, Fortescue Bay & Tasman National Park, Port Arthur, Remarkable Cave and Koonya & Nubeena.
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