Triabunna is a fishing town and gateway to Maria Island.
Evandale is a picturesque heritage town on the banks of the South Esk River.
The 1836 Ross Bridge has around 80 stone carvings.
The capital of Tasmania and founded in 1804.
Close to Cleveland, Epping Forest was once plagued by bushrangers.
See the 1829 oldest supreme court house in rural Australia.
Close to Evandale, Deddington was home to colonial artist John Glover.
A small town with several historic homesteads, in a rural setting by the Nile River.
The Morris General Store and Spiky Bridge are highlights.
A small Midlands town, once a coaching stop between Hobart and Launceston.
Home of Australia’s oldest timber-span bridge.
Originally a garrison town, Campbell Town has many historic convict-built features.
At the intersection of the North-South and Swansea old coach roads.
With its heritage rural setting, Longford features historic buildings and gardens.
Perth is a relatively large historic town, with many remaining heritage buildings.
Irish Nationalist William Smith O’Brien stayed on Maria Island.
Runnymede is located between Orielton and Buckland.
Buckland is home to the St John the Baptist church, with its famous stained glass windows.
Situated at on the Prosser River, Orford is a great holiday and fishing town.
Site of the Brighton Barracks from 1826.
Visit the Copping Museum.
Orginally know as Green Water Holes.
Visitors to Saltwater River can explore the Tasman Peninsula convict coal mines.
Sleepy Murdunna on the shores of King George Sound.
A great place to stock up on supplies on the way to Port Arthur.
Richmond is the home of Australia’s oldest stone bridge (c. 1823).
Don’t miss the historic Dunalley Hotel, established in 1866.
More than 600 convicts worked the coal mines for the Colony.
Nubeena has a long maritime history and was a farming outstation for Port Arthur.
Eaglehawk Neck is the narrow stretch of land – and home of the ‘dog line’.
Almost every house has a ‘Doo’ name.
Sloping Main boasts a beautiful beach and some historic homesteads.
Koonya features many well-preserved historic buildings in an idyllic setting.
The location for Australia’s first railway – convict-powered.
An early garrison town. Cross the River Jordan.
The site of the best-known convict settlement in Tasmania.
One of the oldest townships in Australia.
White Beach is a quiet spot close to Port Arthur, nestled in Wedge Bay.