Port Arthur is a village and historic site, founded in 1830 on theTasman Peninsula as penal settlement and timber station for convict punishment. After bushfires and the elements eroded away the prison, it’s now become an open-air museum. A well-preserved piece of history and enlisted in the world historical heritage list by Australian government.
On the return trip, you will get to see four of the best-known natural wonders in the Tasman Peninsula: the Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen, Blow Hole and Tessellated Pavement.
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