Tasmania's No. 1 visitor attraction is the former convict settlement of Port Arthur, a ghostly and eerie heritage area just outside Hobart. Built to reform and rehabilitate convicts, Port Arthur was a key part of convict discipline within the ... 

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David C Australia

December 2010

Coastal scenery near Remarkable Cave, Port Arthur, David C - December 2010

More Coastal scenery, Port Arthur

Coastal scenery near Remarkable Cave, Port Arthur

David C Australia

December 2010

Port Arthur: A section of the penitentiary and the old hospital in the background, David C - December 2010

Port Arthur

Port Arthur: A section of the penitentiary and the old hospital in the background

Schirelle A Australia

April 2014

 It was amazing walking around the grounds. , Schirelle A - April 2014

Port Arthur Church

It was amazing walking around the grounds.

Gillian F

December 2013

 This building housed over 500 convicts , Gillian F - December 2013

The Penitentiary at Port Arthur

This building housed over 500 convicts

Anonymous

October 2011

Early morning at the Port Arthur convict settlement in Tasmania, Australia - October 2011

Early morning at the Port Arthur convict settlement in Tasmania, Australia

Early morning at the Port Arthur convict settlement in Tasmania, Australia

David C Australia

December 2010

 Tesselated Pavement looks a lot like a man made footpath, but it's a creation of mother nature. Out of all the beautiful scenery I saw on the Tasman Peninsula, this probably impressed me the most. , David C - December 2010

Tesselated Pavement

Tesselated Pavement looks a lot like a man made footpath, but it's a creation of mother nature. Out of all the beautiful scenery I saw on the Tasman Peninsula, this probably impressed me the most.

David C Australia

December 2010

 Another beautiful spot , David C - December 2010

Devil's Kitchen

Another beautiful spot

David C Australia

December 2010

 It's a short detour from the main road to see Tasman Arch and the Devil's Kitchen , David C - December 2010

Tasman Arch

It's a short detour from the main road to see Tasman Arch and the Devil's Kitchen

David C Australia

December 2010

 Watching the water flow in and out from the sea into the cave was quite a sight. , David C - December 2010

Remarkable Cave

Watching the water flow in and out from the sea into the cave was quite a sight.

David C Australia

December 2010

 Coastal scenery near Remarkable Cave , David C - December 2010

Tasman Peninsula

Coastal scenery near Remarkable Cave

David C Australia

December 2010

 The guard tower has survived relatively intact compared to a lot of the other buildings on the site. , David C - December 2010

Guard Tower at Port Arthur

The guard tower has survived relatively intact compared to a lot of the other buildings on the site.

David C Australia

December 2010

 Another shot of the old church on the hill at Port Arthur. , David C - December 2010

Old church 3

Another shot of the old church on the hill at Port Arthur.

David C Australia

December 2010

 Most of the walls are made of sandstone, but a few parts are patched up with bricks. Port Arthur, Tasmania , David C - December 2010

Old church 2

Most of the walls are made of sandstone, but a few parts are patched up with bricks. Port Arthur, Tasmania

David C Australia

December 2010

 One of the most impressive buildings at Port Arthur. , David C - December 2010

Old church

One of the most impressive buildings at Port Arthur.

PortArthur

September 2010

Take a spine-tingling Ghost Tour at the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site in Tasmania, PortArthur - September 2010

Historic Ghost Tour at Port Arthur (Photograph by Simon Birch)

Take a spine-tingling Ghost Tour at the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site in Tasmania

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