Port Arthur Historic Site
Visit Port Arthur Historic Site. Only 10 minutes from Parsons Bay Retreat.Click here for more information. Bookings can be made at Reception.
Port Arthur Ghost Tour
One of the most popular tours at Port Arthur is the Ghost Tour which starts every evening at dusk and goes for 90 minutes. Click here for more information. Bookings can be made at Reception.
Tasman Island Adventure Cruises
An unforgettable 3 hour eco tour around the spectacular Tasman coastline. Observe marine wildlife behaviour you have only seen on documentaries before; seals, dolphins, whales, albatross, penguins and pelagic seabirds. Click here for more information. Bookings can be made at Reception.
Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park
Meet Tasmanian devils, kangaroos, quolls, eagles, falcons, frogmouths, hawks and owls. Click here for more information.
Tasman National Park
Tasman National Park is an area of great beauty and diversity. It has some of the best coastal walks in Australia with its dramatic sea cliffs (the highest in the southern hemisphere), abundant wild life and rare plants. Click here for more information.
Kayaking on Parsons Bay
There’s plenty of fish and seafood to catch around the Peninsula; oysters, abalone, crayfish, trevally, flathead, tuna, squid and lots lots more! Ask at Reception for advice regarding the best spots or alternatively staff can refer you to charter fishing boats in the area.
Intriguing Land Formations
Tasman Blowhole, Devils’s Kitchen, Tessellated Pavement, Tasman Arch, Remarkable Cave and many others.
The Golf Club located at Port Arthur is open to the public. An undulating course skirts the cliff of Point Puer. There are watered greens and tees, few bunkers and one central dam in play on three holes. Tight layout carved from coastal tea-tree. The feature hole is the 8th with 100m carry from one cliff top to next.
Coal Mines Historic Site
The Coal Mines Historic Site was Tasmania’s first operational mine. It offers visitors the chance to discover among the uncrowded ruins and scenic vistas a different perspective on Tasmania’s convict history. There is no admission fee.