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  • Address: Bridge Street, Richmond 7025, Australia
  • Admission: Free

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Convict Trail Tours

From Richmond to Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur, take the Convict Trail from Hobart to get a real feel for Tasmania’s history and natural beauty. To get the most out of your visit, take a leisurely approach and spread your tour over a couple of days.

Take a cruise on the water lapping the Tasman National Park, then allow at least a couple of hours to take in the history of the Port Arthur penal settlement. Detour to visit a wildlife park, for a face-to-face encounter with a Tasmanian devil.

Then visit Richmond, an intact Georgian town of lovely houses, restaurants and its famous convict-built bridge over the Coal River. The tiny Richmond Jail pre-dates Port Arthur, with its well-preserved cells and flogging yards.

Along the way, drop into produce stalls and vineyards, antique shops, tearooms and yet more wildlife parks.

Practical Info

Tasmania’s Convict Trail leads from Hobart south to Port Arthur, and north to Richmond and the Midlands towns of Richmond, Ross, Longford and Campbell.

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Port Arthur Tour from Hobart, Hobart, null

Port Arthur Tour from Hobart

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Do you enjoy historical tours? This full day tour from Hobart has been designed to allow as much time as possible to explore Port Arthur. Formerly a convict ...  Read more

Location: Hobart, Australia
Duration: 8 hours (approx.)

From USD $97.88
Port Arthur Historic Site 2-Day Pass, Port Arthur, Day Trips

Port Arthur Historic Site 2-Day Pass

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Take a walk into the past at the Port Arthur Historic Site! With a two-day pass to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you'll go on a guided walking tour, have ...  Read more

Location: Port Arthur, Australia
Duration: 2 days (approx.)

From USD $28.92

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