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The Port Arthur Historic Site has launched a new campaign, ‘Tasman Unlocked’, inviting Tasmanians to stay longer and do more by ‘unlocking’ offers from attractions, accommodation and activities around the Tasman Peninsula. More than twenty businesses from around the region are backing the campaign with special offers, deals and packages available on the dedicated website […]

The Port Arthur Historic Site has launched a new campaign, ‘Tasman Unlocked’, inviting Tasmanians to stay longer and do more by ‘unlocking’ offers from attractions, accommodation and activities around the Tasman Peninsula.

More than twenty businesses from around the region are backing the campaign with special offers, deals and packages available on the dedicated website www.tasmanunlocked.com.au.

The site promises ‘something for everyone’ with accommodation ranging from private beach retreats to camp grounds and activities ranging from the Three Capes Track to Tasman Island Cruise through to e-bike tours, lavender farms and agricultural shops, plus there are four distilleries and a vineyard.

“Tasman Unlocked is open for everyone but our promotion is really focused on inspiring Tasmanians to get out and explore the region like never before,” said Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Fisher.

“There’s a lot of new businesses on the Tasman Peninsula that could be easily overlooked if you just come to Port Arthur for the day.  So this campaign brings all these experiences together for you, in a one-stop-shop showcasing a range of places to eat, to discover and to stay.”

Tasman Business and Tourism Association Chair, and local accommodation business owner Rod MacDonald said: “We’re very excited about Tasman Unlocked.  Not only is it great for anyone wanting to access special offers, or just get an idea of what there is to see and do, but it’s really good to see the businesses working together to promote the whole region.  Port Arthur is one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania so we want to make sure that anyone visiting gets the most out of their time here.”

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Port Arthur Historic Site is offering 30% discount off all site entry tickets booked through the website and there are lots of other offers including the historic site in their packages.

Fisher noted that it’s been a difficult time for many tourism businesses.

“We wanted to look at how we could support our local region to ensure that when borders do open between states and countries, that we’re all still here, open and ready to welcome them.”

Tasman Unlocked offers must be redeemed by 24 December.

Source: Tasmanian Times https://tasmaniantimes.com/2021/10/tasman-peninsula-unlocked/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tasman-peninsula-unlocked

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