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Devonport intro. Tasmania’s Devonport is popular among tourists, who normally arrive on the daily ferry from Melbourne. Popular tourist attractions within the city include the Maritime Museum and the Tiagarra Aboriginal Culture Centre, the latter covering aboriginal history. The Mersey Bluff Lighthouse is popular due to its penguin viewing point and Don Village famous for its vintage steam train museum. One of the best ways to appreciate the Mersey River, which runs to the east of the city, is by taking a cruise. Those who prefer to stay on dry land may like to discover the native flora on exhibit at the Tasmanian Arboretum. Devonport hotels along with restaurants are easy to find and cater for all types of visitors. Evenings can be spent in the local pubs, with a token Irish themed pub on hand. The town sees its highest visitor numbers during the warm weather period of December to February.