Cape Raoul Hiking Track - half a day hike (14kms all up) which gave amazing views of the rugged coastline. They have now turned this hike into part of the Three Capes Track, which would be well worth doing. I was a little disappointed that I didn't see any Tasmanian Devils (apparently they are more of a 'nighttime' animal) but there were definitely lots of friendly wallabies around (I seriously thought they were Quokkas until informed that they only exist in Western Australia).
Remarkable Cave - A cave that is in the shape of Tasmania - that is remarkable. Try and go at low tide and climb down to explore. We didn't have much time so it was really a quick stop. Also, on the way, we found an awesome beach swing. Who doesn't love a swing! I just had to go on it!
Eaglehawk Neck - Tessallated pavement, Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen. More amazing rock formations for Phil to take photos of. Again if we had more time, we would have stayed here for longer. Plus it had started to rain and I was getting hangry.
Richmond Bridge - We visited this cute little town on the way back to Hobart. We walked over the oldest bridge still in (vehicular) use in Australia and had lunch at Clemens Hill Cellar Door and Kitchen.
Stayed: Port Arthur Holiday Park
Ate: Fox and Hounds Inn Restaurant - weird!
Coffeed: Salamanca Markets in Hobart and Eucalpt Cafe in Port Aurthor (don't go here, you have been warned)
Overall, this part of Tasmania is pretty unexplored (which means hardly any tourists). It has heaps to offer (we didn't have time for the Lavendar Farms, Whisky Distillery, and Tassie Devil Sanctuary) so more time to explore would have been good. It was the perfect taster for Tasmania and I look forward to heading back to the northern parts!