1. From Hobart: Richmond, Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur Tour
Step inside Australia’s most intact and evocative convict site at World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site. Unravel the dark history of hardship and punishment as you wander through the ruins and preserved buildings of Port Arthur. Delve into the dark history of hardship and punishment on a guided introductory tour through the ruins and preserved buildings of Port Arthur. Port Arthur Historic Site is a bucket-list destination for most visitors to Tasmania. Enjoy a short harbor cruise around the Isle of the Dead and Point Puer, the site of the English colonies' first boy's prison. Enjoy a warm drink, a bite to eat, or sample a local wine or beer. Get the camera ready for the stunning coastline of the Tasman Peninsula. These soaring sea cliffs will leave a lasting impression. Visit all the highlights like Eaglehawk Neck, Blowhole, Tasman Arch, and Devil's Kitchen. Explore the quaint historic village of Richmond. Walk over and under the oldest convict-constructed sandstone bridge in Australia, visit the oldest Catholic Church in Australia and peruse the antique shops and galleries.