The Tasman Peninsula is perhaps best known for the Port Arthur Historic Site, yet there is plenty more to discover on a trip down this way.
The spectacular coastline lends itself to temperate diving at Eaglehawk Neck, surfing, sea kayaking and bushwalking along rocky capes.
The Coal Mines Historic Site is well worth a peek, and be sure to drive slowly and take in the quirks of Doo Town.
Just beyond Port Arthur, you’ll also find Remarkable Cave, a popular spot for local surfers and from this point you can walk to the sand dunes of Crescent Bay.
For more inspiration, check out our ‘Top 10 Things To Do on The Tasman Peninsula‘.