Launceston (pronounced lon-ses-ton) is the second largest city in Tasmania, and was settled in 1804 by William Paterson. He named it after the city of Launceston in Cornwall, England. Our Launceston Activities and Tours will show you the best of Tasmania’s northern city.
Experience Launceston, The Tamar Valley, Longford, Cradle Mountain and the north of Tasmania
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Launceston situated at the inland end of the Tamar Valley, a major scenic grape growing and winery area in Northern Tasmania. Situated where the North and South Esk Rivers join and become the Tamar River,
It is the centre of a very fertile farming and rural region. Many local villages such as Evandale, historical houses and estates have been preserved and are worth a visit.
Launceston is the ideal base from which to explore Cradle Mountain on a day tour, take a winery visit, or enjoy walking in Cataract Gorge, situated very close to the centre of Launceston City.
All things to do in Launceston | Launceston Activities and Tours
Morning City tours, afternoon Tamar Valley Tours, the Day Tour to Cradle Mountain and more … > Launceston Tours & Activities
Launceston City Sightseeing Tour | Launceston Activities and Tours
A great introduction to Launceston. Architecture, Cataract Gorge, Launceston Museum, city parks and more … > Launceston City Sightseeing Tour
Afternoon Tamar Valley Tour | Launceston Activities and Tours
Country Houses, nature reserves, Grindlewald Village, Tamar Valley Wineries, produce farms, fruit orchards and more … > Launceston Afternoon Highlights Tour
Cradle Mountain Day Tour | Launceston Activities and Tours
Visit Cradle Mountain in one day. Farmland, wildlife, wilderness and more …
> Cradle Mountain National Park Day Tour From Launceston
More Information on Tasmanian Wine: > Tasmanian Wine – Wikipedia