Port Arthur Historical Site is a small town and former prisoner. Settled on the Tasman Peninsula in Tasmania, Port Arthur is one of Australia’s most important heritage areas and an open-air museum and exhibits about the life of prisoners in the mid-19th century. Used to imprison over 1,000 violent prisoners through the mid-18th century. See the prison rooms, prison rooms, libraries, churches, which are now one of the fighting places. Each one of the key revolutionaries Science Australia.
Port Arthur is the official tourist attraction of Tasmania located about 60 kilometers on southeast of the capital city in Hobart.