Fishing Boats and Mures Seafood Restaurant at Victoria Dock

Tasmania

Dockyard Slipway

Dockyard Slipway

Ship building was introduced on a large scale to Port Arthur in 1834. Only convicts deemed well-behaved and receptive to training were allowed to work at the dockyard.

Gordon Dam

Gordon Dam

Also known as the Gordon River Dam, is a major gated double curvature concrete arch dam with a controlled spillway across the Gordon River, located in South West Tasmania.

Mt Wellington Lookout

Mt Wellington Lookout

Mount Wellington, is known officially as Kunanyi / Mount Wellington, is a mountain in the southeast coastal region of Tasmania and is the summit of the Wellington Range.

Port Arthur

Port Arthur

Port Arthur is a small town and former convict settlement, and now a popular historic landmark, built in the 18th & 19th century on the Tasman Peninsula.

Russell Falls

Russell Falls

Located in Mt Field National Park, Russell Falls is a tiered–cascade waterfall on the Russell Falls Creek, within the Central Highlands region of Tasmania.

Tasman Fountain

Tasman Fountain

The Tasman Fountain (1988) is the work of local sculptor Stephen Walker. It is situated in Salamanca Place between Gladstone Street and Montpelier Retreat.

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