Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania

Port Arthur Convict Settlement, Tessellated Pavement, Shipsterns Bluff. Shall we go on?
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The Dunalley Hotel. Dunalley is the gateway to the Tasman Peninsula. Article for www.think-tasmania.com

The Dunalley Hotel. Dunalley is the gateway to the Tasman Peninsula. My former relative owned this for a while and my sister decorated its loos in classic style!

The Coal Mine ruins, a convict site that's free to visit.

Coal Mines: convict ruins on the Tasman Peninsula. Not as famous as Port Arthur, but free to visit.

Coal Mines Historic Convict Site. Article and photo for www.think-tasmania.com

Of the eleven sites included in the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage List, five are located in Tasmania.

Port Arthur Convict Settlement - Tasman Peninsula. Photo by Dan Fellow, article for think-tasmania.com #Tasmania

The Port Arthur Convict Settlement has just taken out top honours at the recent Tourism Tasmania awards, adjudged the state's Major Tourist Attract.

William McHenry & Sons Distillery, Port Arthur: Tasmanian Whisky, Gin and Vodka. Article by Roger Findlay for Think Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Peter Jarvis.

Tasmania in recent years has produced some of the best whisky in the world, doing so from small sheds and old colonial buildings on rural properties.

The Tessellated Pavement State Reserve at Eaglehawk Neck.

The Tessellated Pavement State Reserve is on the Tasman Peninsula near Eaglehawk Neck. The region is popular with tourists, with the Port Arthur Convict.

Port Arthur #Lavender #Tasmania Photo and article for think-tasmania.com

Port Arthur Lavender: the Scent of Success

Fudgey Creme Brulee made at Eaglehawk Neck. Article and photo for Think #Tasmania.

Fudgey Creme Brulee made at Eaglehawk Neck. Article and photo for Think

Talking Caravan Parks in Tasmania. Photo: Remarkable Cave Bay, Tasman Peninsula by Dan Fellow. Article for Think Tasmania.

We published a guest article written by former Tasmanians Kim and Rod Prestedge, who are now regular interstate tourists.

Potters Croft, Dunalley.  Article and photo by Roger Findlay for www.think-tasmania.com

by Roger Findlay I arrived in Dunalley just after on the gear-crunching Tassielink bus. Wally, the driver, cruised right past the Potters Croft .

Port Arthur #Lavender #Farm #Tasmania ~ Photo by Dan Fellow, article for think-tasmania.com

We visited Port Arthur Lavender Farm recently. As soon as we'd published an article about the experience, Anelda Lotter and Dan Fellow (two of our .

The Dog Line, Eaglehawk Neck.  Photo by Dan Fellow, article for Think #Tasmania

The Dog Line, Eaglehawk Neck. Photo by Dan Fellow, article for Think

Dog Line and Officers Quarters Museum at Eaglehawk Neck.

You might just drive straight through Eaglehawk Neck on the way to visit Port Arthur Convict Settlement, or the coal mines historic site on the Tasman P.

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