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Three Capes Track
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Loved the ‘Encounters on the Edge’ book, it provides an opportunity to catch your breath, listen to the sounds of nature, & learn about Tasmania’s flora & fauna, history etc.
Wonderful 4 days walk with good self guided walking paths and excellent accommodation with good cooking facilities and park staff.
Shipstern Bluff
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Note that the track is officially closed on Tuesdays until further notice while track improvements are being done but the track is also being closed on other week days as necessary so it's best to call Parks and W...
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Lime Bay State Reserve
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
A short walk from the car park and at the end of the road that leads past Coal Mines Historic site.
Stewarts Bay
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
This spot has is it all and great views to boot TIP: numerous entry points including: boat ramp off Garden Point Rd, Stewart’s Bay rd or the sneaky way through the caravan park
While staying at the caravan park in Port Arthur we decided to take a wander down to the waterfront and wet a line.
Soldiers Memorial Avenue
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Maingon Lookout
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Memorial Garden
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Safety Cove Beach
#8 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Government Gardens
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Tasmanian Devil Unzoo Taranna 8.8 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Taranna
... insight into the devils and we have now a new understanding of and admiration for these cute little fellows.We also enjoyed the Bird show, the Kangaroo feeding and the Native Plant/Stringy bark Hill Nature walk.
An amazing park to walk around, the devils were so cute, and feeding the parrots and the kangaroos was an amazing experience.
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