Tasmania - Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur (PDF Chapter)
This is the Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
The staggering coastal landscapes, sandy beaches and historic sites of the Tasman Peninsu-la lie just a short distance from Hobart. Bushwalking, surfing, sea-kayaking, scuba-diving and rock-climbing opportunities abound - all goods reasons for an extended visit.
- pay your respects to the past, both distant and recent, at the Port Arthur Historic Site
- sea kayak around the wild, broken coastline of Cape Hauy
- pick raspberries, apricots and silvanberries at the Sorell Fruit Farm
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Sorell, Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck, Taranna, Koonya, Nubeena & White Beach, Fortescue Bay & Tasman National Park and Port Arthur.
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