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Is this Grayline Port Arthur tour from Hobart worth $270?

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I'd appreciate some feedback from those who might have visited these places. Timing would be the end of September. Is this tour worth the charge?
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Port Arthur with Salamanca Mar

From 9.15am To 6.00pm
Salamanca Market - delight in a shopping experience at Hobart's
popular and colourful outdoor marketplace. Then join Port
Arthur Tour 774 and acquire a sense of our past convict era and
early Australian settlement. Cross the Tasman Bridge - Head out
on the Tasman Highway crossing Pitwater Causeway onto Forestier
Peninsula - Pristine Pirates Bay - Eaglehawk Neck - Skirt
Norfolf Bay on the Tasman Peninsula - Take a guided walking
tour of the historic convict site -Port Arthur with access to
over 30 restored buildings and ruins - See the Penitentiary, a
one time granary and flour mill, the separate prison, the
Commandant's House, the church and more - Take a cruise on
Carnarvon Bay around the 'Isle of the Dead' - Visit the
highlights of Tasman National Park - Wonder at the spectacle of
Tasman Arch - Superb views of the rugged coastline - Be amazed
at the magnitude of the Devil's Kitchen.
No Meals are included

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