Port Arthur Motor Inn

Address: Port Arthur Historic Site, Port Arthur, Tasmania, 7182, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Port Arthur Historic Site, Port Arthur, is near Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasman Island Cruises, Coal Mines Historic Site, and Cape Raoul.
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Port Arthur

A travel blog entry by hendos on Apr 18, 2014

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Today we visited Port Arthur Historical Site. Its a beautiful drive from our camp site. We decided to drive through White Sand Beach. Absolutely stunning place!
We then drove on towards Port Arthur and didn't realise that there would be so many people. It wasn't until we actually walked down to the Visitor Centre that we realised we had to pay to get in!! Doh!
$80 later we got in an checked out the place. Its an amazing site and what the people here had to ...

Better the devil you know

A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Mar 02, 2014

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... Big cave thing in rocks. No photo will do this justice! 9. Look out at Devils Kitchen/ Tasman Arch AMEZZIN! So pleased to see the Candlestick and Totem pole as I had imagined them, albeit a long way away. It also saved me a visit to Pirates Bay Lookout to see the same. As a bonus I also saw two white bellied sea eagles, pointed out to me by a chap walking with his very elderly but very spritely father! 10. Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park, Taranna I needed a break ...

Not a day for the vertiginous

A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Mar 01, 2014

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... high in comparison to the 200 and something meter cliff edge I was standing on. I looked beyond to see if there was anyway of doing it but there wasn't. I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed not to see the totem in its full glory, but equally I didn't want to pass out and plunge into the sea! The lonely planet says you get spectacular views of the candlestick and the totem pole, I disagree. In retrospect the photos that I've seen have either been taken from the sea ...

Convicts

A travel blog entry by coralee on Feb 23, 2014

Next stop was a further hour south down to the southern peninsular to Port Arthur. I hadn't really read what was at Port Arthur and had mainly decided to include a visit as it was one of the places Di and Dave had said we must visit while we were here. When we got there it turned out to be a historical park, restored buildings from the times when convicts were sent over to Tasmania. Australians love old buildings (anything over 70years is old for a building here) and a bit of ...

Tasman Peninsular and Port Arthur

A travel blog entry by mike_margaret on Feb 04, 2014

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... drop in temperature and were pleased we had easy access to our jackets in the car. Amazing that a couple of days ago in Hobart we were worried about getting sunburnt!

Back on the road we turned left down the Blowhole Road to access the eastern end of Pirate's Bay and the awesome coastal sea-cliffs. We stopped to look at a rock feature called the Tasman Arch. There was a cave there originally but the top collapsed leaving just an Arch but the sea water continues ...

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