Tag Archives: Port Arthur
Jan
11
2013

Events from the past week place Tasmania as being closed with the effect of the bushfires. We are definitely open for business. Continue reading

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Nov
24
2011

The sleepy settlement of Taranna, just north of the famous Port Arthur Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula, is a quaint Tasmanian town that is well worth the visit. While it might not carry the reputation of the island state's … Continue reading

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Nov
03
2011

Have you been to Tasmania for some of the world’s finest abseiling and rappelling adventures in spectacular gorges and crags. Continue reading

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Oct
06
2011

The historic site of Port Arthur is one of Australia’s most intriguing convict sites, offering visitors the chance to explore and become lost in the atmosphere of a fascinating time in the nation’s past. Situated on the Tasman Peninsula, the … Continue reading

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Feb
17
2011

Before telling you about our passage to Maria Island from the beautiful Carnarvon Bay today, a quick recap on our adventures ashore on the Tasman Peninsula yesterday. As soon as we were tied up securely two crew put the dinghy … Continue reading

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Feb
16
2011

34 boats left Hobart this morning on their way around Tasmania on the 10th Van Diemen’s Land Circumnavigation Cruise. 8 more will join from the Royal Geelong Yacht Club when we reach The Tamar. Aboard E2 there were plenty of … Continue reading

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