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Port Arthur Historic Site

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Natural Wonders

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Amazing Walks

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Unique Wildlife

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Stunning Coastline

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Amazing Locations

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About This Site

The Tasman Business and Tourism Association (TBTA) was formed when the Port Arthur and Tasman Tourism Association merged with the Tasman Business Association in 2019. TBTA is committed to promoting the Tasman region as a unique and inspiring tourism destination on behalf of the regional tourism industry and the Tasman community.

It operates with generous support from the Tasman Council and the Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority (PAHSMA) but is largely reliant on the support and involvement of its members. TBTA is a non-profit tourism association that aims to promote the Tasman region on behalf of local tourism operators and the Tasman community.

The key directions and activities of TBTA are determined by the strategic framework provided in the Tasman Tourism Development Strategy 2011-16.

Image sources

Tourism Tasmania, Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service, Peter Bellingham, Rob Burnett, Adrian Cook, Pierre DestribatsSylvia DunnDan FellowPaul Fleming, Stu Gibson, Lynette Graham, Lee HenleyHype TV, Kentish Council, Filip Kulisev, Sarajayne Lada, Geoffrey Lea, Kathryn Leahy, Steve Lovegrove, Peter Luxton, Marion Madams, Andrew McIntosh (Ocean Photography)Cybele Malinowski, Garry Moore, Geoff Murray, Poon Wai Nang, Neil Robertson, Samuel Shelley and Joe Shemesh.

Additional images are provided by members.

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