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Port Arthur is a quiet village best known for the well-preserved penal colony buildings of the Port Arthur Historic Site. Port Arthur is located on the tip of the Tasman Peninsula, and is a great base to explore the historic site and the South East Coast's natural attractions including dramatic coastal rock formations and towering cliffs. The Port Arthur Historic Site was established in 1830 as a timber station and was then built into a small town to cater for over a thousand notorious Tasmanian convicts. The dark history of Port Arthur contrasts with the beauty of the surrounding area, which is full of powerful stories of hardship and loss. No visit to Tasmania is complete without a visit to Port Arthur.

  • Port Arthur Caravan Park
  • The Port Arthur Caravan and Cabin Park offers a range of holiday accommodation at one of Tasmania's tourism icons, the Port Arthur Historic Site - the Port Arthur Caravan Park is located at the southern end of the Tasman Peninsula.

  • White Beach Tourist Park
  • The White Beach Tourist Park is on the Tasman Peninsula near Port Arthur, is a four-star holiday park. The White Beach Tourist Park offers true beach frontage onto the sands of beautiful White Beach.

    Nubeena is a small, scenic village located near White Beach and the Port Arthur Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula. Nubeena isa popular holiday spot among Tasmanians and offers excellent fishing and views, with World Heritage-listed convict sites nearby. Nubeena is surrounded by a network of inlets around Parsons Bay, and has a long maritime history. The village of Nubeena was originally an outstation of Port Arthur and for many years was an important convict farming community.