Tag Archives: tasman peninsula
Mar
26
2013

Make your way to Tasmania’s Port Arthur to engage in fun activities and experiences this Easter. Continue reading

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Jan
20
2013

Many of Tasmania’s top attractions – including the Port Arthur Historic Site – are now open for business! It’s back to work as usual for the natural state, so make sure to come on down and visit. Continue reading

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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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Oct
21
2012

Visit the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park to get up close and personal with the island’s native animals! Continue reading

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May
06
2012

Beachgoers prepare for the ultimate surf location at Eaglehawk neck this winter. Continue reading

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Dec
30
2011

Sorell is a quaint destination near Hobart with some beautiful churches, great pubs, and delicious varieties of fruits and berries. 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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Jul
20
2011

Tasmania’s Three Capes Walk, highly anticipated as one of Australia’s best overland walks, has got the go-ahead after the project was threatened by government budget cuts. The setting for the walking track will be the Tasman Peninsula region, which is … Continue reading

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