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Shortly after this island state’s famous bridge was built in the early 1800s by convict labor, this bridge was the site of a murder when an unpopular prison guard, whose duties included ferociously flogging the prisoners, was pushed off the edge of this bridge after drunkenly falling asleep. No one was ever convicted of his murder. Trees here are up to 4,000 years old, and while Holland is the land of tulips, Holland actually imports tulip bulbs from this island.
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Richmond Bridge in Richmond, Tasmania, Australia
Tasmania is an Australian state, located 150 miles south of the Australian continent at 42° south latitude, 147° east longitude, right in the middle of the notorious “Roaring Forties” wind that encircles the globe. Another fun fact about Tasmania: Found only in Tasmania, Tasmanian Devils are the largest nocturnal carnivorous marsupials in the world, who also enjoy resting in the sun and you’re likely to see some on your visit. Five of the top things to do in Tasmania include Richmond Bridge, Sullivan’s Cove in Hobart, a hike to Wineglass Bay, Tamar Valley Wine Route, and exploring the Convict Relics. Celebrity Solstice visits Port Arthur/Hobart, Tasmania, on several Australia/New Zealand itineraries.