Launceston

Northern Tasmania’s Heart and Soul

WHAT SPARKS YOUR INTEREST?

QVMAG at Royal Park
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Kings Bridge
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Launceston Boardwalk
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Harvest Launceston Farmers' Market is open every Saturday morning.
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Cycling along the Tamar River
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Saint John Craft Beer
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Pipers Brook Vineyard
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Sailing boats at dusk in Launceston

Launceston

Josef Chromy Tasmania - Tasmania, AustraliaThe north of Tasmania is well known for its sweeping valleys, vast farmland and historic cities, and the city of Launceston is certainly no exception.  It has a lively yet laid-back, traditional while contemporary feel, and finds itself temptingly close to the Tamar Valley Wine Trail and all the delicious Chardonnays, Sauvignon Blancs and Pinot Noirs that come with it.

Launceston has plenty to offer for those who find themselves in the beautiful northern part of the island. From stunning natural beauty to a charming old-timely atmosphere, this city can satisfy any traveller looking for a place to step back and relax. Nature lovers will not want for new and inspiring views and experiences, nor will those with a sense of adventure – particularly anyone willing to explore the nearby hills and mountains. Foodies (and those with a penchant for wine, cider or beer) will find in Launceston a treasure trove of goodies, as will those looking to shop ‘til they drop or dance the night away. Image thanks to:Tourism Tasmania & Ilona Schneider

REGION

The city itself is based around the Tamar River, 200 km from the capital city of Hobart. Travelling between the two can take 2.5 hours, though buses offer a slightly more languid option at around 3 hours. If you’re heading to Devonport, Launceston is just over 100 km away, and the journey is drive able in 1 hour 10 minutes. The surrounding Tamar Valley is full of charming little villages, as well as plenty of open countryside waiting to be explored. The Tamar Valley Wine Trail is as inviting as it sounds: here you’ll discover lush vineyards, decadent wines, and friendly locals full of knowledge on the best Tasmanian vino money can buy. Image thanks to: Winery in Tamar Valley, Tasmania.

WHERE TO STAY

Touchwood Cottages, Craft Gallery, Gifts and Cafe, Tasmania, AustraliaFor a relatively small city, there exists a wide variety of accommodation options, from boutique hotels, to bed and breakfasts and apartments to hostels. A hotel stay near the Seaport Marina offers picturesque views of the North Esk River, whereas those who prefer to get into the hustle and bustle of downtown can find a swanky hotel in the CBD (Central Business District). If your inner countrymouse needs to be satisfied, there’s always the option of staying a bit further out along the Tamar Valley Wine Trail. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania & Adrian Cook

THINGS TO SEE AND DO

Here are a few iconic sites you must visit!

Cataract Gorge

It’s rare to hear about Launceston without mention of Kings Bridge, Cataract Gorge Reserve, Tasmania, Australiathe First Basin, the city’s main attraction – and for good reason. If you’re into hiking, swimming, eating, breathing in lovely fresh air and experiencing majestic views, this is the place for you (and if you’re not, what are you even doing in Tasmania?). Hop on the Gorge Scenic Chairlift for uninterrupted views of the area – probably the best around. Sit back and relax as you dangle languidly above the basin, and perhaps taking a moment to snap a few very Instagram-worthy photos. Conveniently, Cataract Gorge is close to Launceston – taking no more than a few minutes to reach from the city centre (and around 20 to 30 minutes’ walk if you’re feeling energetic), meaning you can grab some breakfast in the city in the morning and have experienced the magical sights of the Gorge before lunch. Even better, why not take a picnic to this natural wonder or grab some food from the café on the southern side of the reserve? Beyond its majestic scenery, the best part about Cataract Gorge is actually the price: there isn’t one. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett.

Cradle Mountain

Aurora Australis over Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, AustraliaA 2 hour drive west from central Launceston will bring you to Cradle Mountain, a must-see for any traveller finding themselves in the region. Located in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, intrepid explorers can ascend the 1,545-metre mountain and be rewarded by spectacular vistas of the national park. Those after a less taxing route can view the mountain from nearby Dove Lake, which can be circumnavigated in around 2 hours and is relatively flat. Image thanks to: Pierre Destribats

 

QVMAG at Inveresk, Tasmania, Australia

Ask any local with even the tiniest bit of interest in arts and culture where to go in Launceston and they are likely to recommend the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. Consisting of 2 sites (the museum based at Inveresk Precinct and the art gallery on Wellington Street near Royal Park), QVMAG offers educational exhibitions and fun events for visitors of all ages. Here, visitors can step into the past to learn the history of portrait and landscape painting in Colonial Tasmania or delve into Tasmania’s Chinese connections with a peek at the museum’s very own Guan Di Temple. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett

Grindelwald Swiss Village

A 15-minute drive from the centre of Launceston brings us to the delightful Grindelwald Swiss Village – as charming as its name implies. To arrive in this enchanting community is to find yourself in an alpine wonderland reminiscent of the country from which it takes its name. Founded in the 1980s, each and every residence in this Swiss Village has been built and decorated in traditional Swiss style, offering the best of pleasant European countryside: adorable houses complete with window shutters and flower boxes, surrounding lakes that twinkle in the sunlight and no end to the lush greenery. Grindelwald’s Tamar Valley Resort comes complete with day spa, mini-golf course, shopping arcade and giant bouncing pillows for kids.

FOOD & DRINK

Kiss a Fish Cooking School, Tasmania, AustraliaFoodies should not pass go and head directly to the Seaport Marina, where they can enjoy stunning views of the North Esk River, a tributary of the Tamar River. Here, a wide range of cafes and eateries await tingling tastebuds, with many options available from quick snacks to 3-course meals and perhaps a bit of fish and chips. After all, what’s a trip to a marina without some chunky chips and a nice piece of cod? Despite its proximity to Launceston’s Central Business District, the area somehow pulls off a quiet and tranquil vibe. Those looking to eat more like a local can head to the Harvest Market held every Saturday morning. This ‘Community Farmers Market’ takes place at the Cimitiere St. car park near City Park and features a whole range of fresh produce, whether you’re craving baked goods or the juiciest fruits. You can even find that perfect cider to take home. Winos ought to head on a tour around the beautiful Tamar Valley for a real taste of Tasmania. Wine lovers from all corners of the world flock to this region to stroll amongst the vines, sip the multitude of grape varietals, and inevitably purchase far more than they can cart home. It’s all part of the Tamar Valley experience. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett.

SHOPPING & NIGHTLIFE

Taste of Tasmania, Tasmania, AustraliaSatisfy your inner shopaholic at the Brisbane Street Mall, a cool and colourful area featuring large department stores, smaller boutique shops, stores selling local arts and crafts, and a whole host of restaurants where it’s possible to eat and drink the day (or night) away. Options abound for evening entertainment. Music lovers may wish to opt for an open-mic night or some live music, while more spirited types may fancy getting groovy on the dance floor at one of Launceston’s many clubs. For another true taste of local culture, track down a pub specialising in cider—Tasmania is famous for its apples (its second name, “the Apple Isle”, still rings true), and as such, cider sipping is a favoured pastime. For something different altogether, the age-old Princess Theatre (founded in 1911) offers visitors the chance to take in a ballet, play or musical. Image thanks to: Alastair Bett.

HISTORY

View of Launceston, Historical - Tasmania, AustraliaLaunceston is one of Australia’s oldest cities, and its vintage charm is instantly apparent. Slowly but surely, Launceston has been growing in size and status, putting its rather spectacular stamp on the Australian island state. After being declared a municipality in 1852 and gaining town status just a few years later, Launceston was eventually proclaimed a city towards the end of the 19th century. As the size of the city has increased, so too have the number of visitors wishing to soak up Launceston’s rich past. Travellers with an interest in history can enjoy the city’s impressive architecture in Victorian and Colonial styles, while soaking up Launceston’s charismatic old towns, where visitors are transported back to centuries past – or at least as far back as 1804, when the area was first established. Image thanks to: TAHO: SD_ILS:80076

GETTING HERE

Launceston is easily accessible by plane, with Launceston Airport being a major entry point for travellers wanting to visit the Apple Isle. The city is equipped with convenient transport links to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and it takes just 15 minutes by car to get from Launceston Airport to the city centre. It’s possible to drive to Launceston from Mainland Australia with the car ferry, though this option takes around 10 hours on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry, which runs from Melbourne to Devonport, followed by around an hour of driving to Launceston. In terms of getting around the city itself, the options are numerous. As Launceston is proud to be an ‘active city,’ visitors are encouraged to see its wonderful sights by the many available walking trails and bike paths winding their way through its streets. It is quick and easy to drive to Launceston’s many scenic wonders (both in and out of the city) and rideshares and carpools are encouraged.

LOCAL TIPS

Suspension bridge - Cataract Gorge Reserve, First Basin and Cliff Grounds, Tasmania, AustraliaBicycles are available for hire at daily or multi-day rates, and many companies offer to bring them directly to your desired hotel–bonus. Backpacking equipment including tents, sleeping bags and actual backpacks, is also available for rent, for nature lovers looking to ditch the city for a few days and embrace Mother Nature. When exploring Launceston, it’s easy to get lost in the vibrant views of the surrounding landscape, but don’t forget to look up at the buildings as well; the city is well known for its rich architecture. Just take a look at St. John Street in the city center and bask for a moment in the many impressive buildings around you, such as the 1880s Custom House with its classic portico and elegant Corinthian columns. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett.

Map of Launceston

Hedera on Frankland – Newly Renovated 3 Bedroom Home in Central Launceston
Launceston - North
Welman Street Cottage
Launceston - North
Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston
Launceston - North
BIG4 Launceston Holiday Park
West Launceston - North
Comfort Inn Coach House Launceston
Launceston - North
Forest Road 92A
Trevallyn - Launceston
Forest Road 92C
Trevallyn - Launceston
Auldington
Launceston - North
Elphin Motel & Serviced Apartments
Launceston - North
Box Cottage Apartment
Evandale - North
The Wellington Bed & Breakfast
Longford - Launceston
Blakes Manor
Deloraine - North
Trevallyn House
Riverside - Launceston
Launceston Apartments & Cottages
Launceston - North
Clarion Hotel City Park Grand
Launceston - North
Best Western Plus Launceston
Launceston - North
Country Club Tasmania
Prospect Vale - Launceston
Commodore Regent
Launceston - North
Balmoral On York
Launceston - North
West Launceston Townhouse
Launceston - North
Bowerbank Mill B&B
Deloraine - North
In the Center of Grindelwald With Air Conditioning, Washing Machine
Grindelwald - Launceston
The Mews Motel
Launceston - North
Wines for Joanie Cottage
Sidmouth - North
Tamar River Apartments
Grindelwald - North
Punchbowl Executive Apartments
Punchbowl - North
The Racecourse Inn
Longford - North
The Dragonfly Inn
West Launceston - North
Areca Boutique Hotel
Riverside Serenity Launceston
Launceston - North
Mercure Launceston
Launceston - North
Olde Tudor Hotel
Prospect - North
Edenholme Grange
West Launceston - North
White Dove Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Longford - North
Launceston Backpackers – Hostel
Launceston - North
Hazelcreek Cottages
Exeter - North
Arcoona Manor
Deloraine - North
Windarra on High
East Launceston - North
Turret House
Trevallyn - North
The Sebel Launceston
Launceston - North
The Centennial Hotel
Launceston - North
Ardmore Apartment – 12 Minutes Walk to the City Centre
East Launceston - North
Mantra Charles Hotel
Launceston - North
Deloraine Hotel
Deloraine - North
Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston
Launceston - North
Alice’s Cottages and Spa Hideaways
Launceston - North
Relbia Lodge
Relbia - Launceston
The Abel Tasman
Youngtown - Launceston
Quest Launceston Serviced Apartments
Launceston - North
Brickendon
Longford - North
96 on Arthur Apartments
East Launceston - North
Hideaway on George
Launceston - North
Adina Place Motel Apartments
Launceston - North
49 m From the Center of Launceston With Air Conditioning, Washing Machine
Launceston - North
Batman Fawkner Inn
Terrace on Walbourne
Launceston - North
Launceston Waterfront Apartments
Launceston - North
Entally Estate
Hadspen - Launceston
Arendon Cottage
Evandale - North
Launceston City Park Apartments
Launceston - North
Armalong Winery Chalets
Grindelwald - North
Terrace on York
Launceston - North
Discovery Parks – Hadspen
Hadspen - Launceston
Glebe Cottage – Garden Loft Close to the CBD
Launceston - North
Art Hotel on York
Launceston - North
Country Club Villas
Prospect Vale - Launceston
Windermere Cabins
Windermere - North
Mowbray Hotel
Mowbray - Launceston
Aspect Tamar Valley Resort
Grindelwald - North
Star Bar Cafe and Hotel
Launceston - North
Peppers Seaport Hotel
Low Head Tourist Park – Caravan Park
Low Head - North
Apartments at York Mansions
Launceston - North
Hi George Bed & Breakfast
Launceston - North
The TRC Hotel
Launceston - North
Twofourtwo Boutique Apartments
Launceston - North
SJ Hostel
Legana - Launceston
Hillview House
Launceston - North
Ashton Gate Guest House
Launceston - North
Esk Apartment – Launceston
Launceston - North
Tamar River Villas
Riverside - Launceston
Haven House Launceston
Launceston - North
Red Rooster Host Farm
Wyena - North
CBD Apartments Launceston
Launceston - North
Highbury Apartments
Launceston - North
Aberdeen Court Motel
Punchbowl - North
Leisure Inn Penny Royal Hotel & Apartments
Launceston - North
Hawthorn Villa Stables
Carrick - North
41 on York
Launceston - North
Parklane Motel
Launceston - North
Waratah on York
Launceston - North
Sporties Hotel
Launceston - North
Village Family Motor Inn
South Launceston - North
Kurrajong House Launceston
East Launceston - North
Threetwentyseven – Gravelly Beach, Tamar Valley
Gravelly Beach - North
Mountain View Country Inn
Deloraine - North
Riverside Hotel
Riverside - Launceston
Pastimes Riverfront Apartments
Rosevears - North
Number 10
Launceston - North
Cherry Top Accommodation – Cherry Top
Lilydale - North
Topiary Haven
West Launceston - North
Panorama Estate
Legana - North
Peppers Silo Hotel
Invermay - Launceston
Fitzpatrick’s Inn
Westbury - North
Westbury Gingerbread Cottages
Westbury - North
West Launceston 3BR Townhouse
West Launceston - North
The River House Launceston Tamar Valley
Dilston - North
Ashcroft Apartments
Launceston - North
Hotel Launceston
Launceston - North
Rosevears Hotel
Rosevears - North
Glenayr Apartments
Waverley - Launceston
Kilmarnock House
Launceston - North
Hatherley Birrell Collection
Launceston - North
Arthouse Hostel
Ivermay - Launceston
Terrace on George
Launceston - North
Woolmers Estate
Longford - North
Launceston Holiday Park Legana
Legana - North
Low Head Penguin Tour
Launceston to Low Head Coastal Reserve
Walls of Jerusalem Circuit
Launceston - Walls of Jerusalem National Park
The Overland Track
Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Forest
The Walls of Jerusalem Experience
Launceston - Walls of Jerusalem National Park
Ben Lomond Descent
Ben Lomond National Park
Cataract Gorge Introductory Rock Climbing and Abseiling
Launceston - Cataract Gorge
wukalina Walk
3 Day – South East Tasmania – Freycinet and Tasman Peninsula
2 Day – Cradle Mountain & Lake St Clair camp fire tour
Freycinet and Wineglass Bay – 4 day walking holiday
Launceston - Freycinet National Park
Tasmania’s East Coast Highlights 8-Day Walking Tour
Launceston - Hobart
3 Day – North East Tasmania – Bay of Fires and Freycinet Peninsula
Franklin River Rafting 9-day Expedition
Launceston - Franklin River
Franklin River Rafting & Frenchman’s Cap 11-day Expedition
Launceston - Franklin River
Food and Wine Day Tour
Launceston
Let’s do Lunch
Launceston - Josef Chromy Winery
Winery Tours
Launceston - Josef Chromy Winery
THE ART OF SPARKLING
Launceston - Josef Chromy Winery
Introduction to Fly Fishing
Josef Chromy Wines
Go Behind The Label
Launceston - Josef Chromy Wines
LAUNCESTON FESTIVALE WHITE WATER SPECIAL
Launceston - Cataract Gorge
Rugged Indulgence – EPIC Tasmanian Adventures
Launceston - Cradle Mountain
8 Day Tasmanian Wildlife and Wilderness Encounter
Launceston
7 Day Tasmanian Wildlife and Wilderness Encounter
Launceston - East Coast
5 Tage Tasmanien für Genießer Westküste
Launceston - Cradle Mountain
7 Day Tasmanias Wilderness small group tour
Launceston - East Coast
5 Tage Tasmanien für Genießer Ostküste
Launceston - Hobart
Tantalising Tasmania
Hobart to Launceston

What to do

Launceston

Cradle Mountain Day tour

Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park

Cradle Mountain offers some of world’s most famous natural beauty and is one of Australia’s most popular scenic tours.

Indulge in outdoor activities – discover rainforests, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and keep your eye out for our unique wildlife. There are a number of beautiful short walks available, including the Enchanted Walk, Dove Lake, Rainforest Walk, The Weindorfers Forest Walk. All walks range from easy to moderate level. Choose one to suit your level of comfort and fitness.

On the way back down the mountain (if time permits), we will pull into a beautiful winery on the banks of Lake Barrington or one nestled in the countryside of Sheffield (the town of murals) for something to eat or to simply sample the local cool climate wines. This experience is perfect after a morning of adventure.

 

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Low Head Penguin Tour

Launceston to Low Head Coastal Reserve

Low Head Penguin Tours offer a unique nature experience to get up close and personal with Little Blue Penguins as they return from the pristine waters of Bass Straight to nest in their burrows. This tour runs with a minimum of 2 people.

AU$80

3 - 5 hour evening tour

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Dove Canyon

Dove Canyon

Wilderness + adrenalin + adventure = the Dove Canyon. This trip involves a thrilling combination of jumps, slides and abseils buried in a 50 metre deep quartzite canyon.

AU$195

1 Day Adventure

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THE ART OF SPARKLING

Launceston - Josef Chromy Winery

“Tasmania confidently holds its place as Australia’s sparkling capital” and “arguably the greatest region for sparkling wine anywhere in the world out­side of Champagne itself”. Tyson Stelzer International Wine Communicator Of The Year 2015.

The art of making sparkling is explained (and tasted along the way) from base wine to corking and wiring. The tour commences at the Cellar Door and takes in the history of the vineyard and the Tasmanian Wine Industry.

Guests will be taken through the sparkling wine making and disgorging process, then work with the winemaking team in the laboratory to choose and add the liquour, the final step in sparkling wine making. Each participant will produce a bottle of sparkling to their own taste to enjoy on the day and may order sparkling wine at their own dosage rate to be sent following their visit. Guests conclude with a 2 course lunch matched with wine and a complementary tasting.

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2 - 3 Hour Tour

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Let's do Lunch

Launceston - Josef Chromy Winery

Arrive in the beautiful grounds of Josef Chromy Wines. Enjoy a complementary tasting at our Cellar Door and then retire to the Restaurant for a two course lunch of fine Tasmanian produce matched with wines.

AU$105

1.5 Hour Lunch

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Lost World Canyon

Lost World Canyon and Dove River

The Lost World Canyon allows you to experience the beauty of the upper section of the Dove River.

AU$90

Introduction to Canyoning

AU$90

Introduction to Canyoning

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5 Day East Coast Safari Tour - Launceston to Hobart

Launceston to Hobart

Over 5 days from Launceston to Hobart. Experiencing the amazing variety of Tassie’s mild side, exploring Tasmania's scenic, sunny east coast. Visit the must see places as well some local secrets along the way. Camp in great locations

AU$1150

Camping and Walking Tour

AU$1150

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Cradle Mountain - 4 day walking holiday

Cradle Mountain

This stunning location offers spectacular scenery, plenty of opportunities to spot local wildlife, magnificent trails and views.

AU$1480

4 Day Walking Holiday

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Where to Stay

Launceston

Peppers Seaport Hotel

Located in Launceston CBD, this luxury aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Royal Park and Queen Victoria Museum. 1842 Gallery and Boags Brewery are also within 15 minutes.
This aparthotel features a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a conference center. WiFi in public areas is free. Other amenities include self parking, a business center, and meeting rooms.
Each apartment provides a refrigerator and a coffee/tea maker, plus free WiFi and an LCD TV with cable channels. Additional amenities include room service, free newspapers, and in-room massages.

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Best Western Plus Launceston

Launceston - North

This family-friendly Launceston hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 5-minute walk of Princess Theatre, Quadrant Mall, and Brisbane Street Mall.

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Hideaway on George

Launceston - North

Located in Launceston CBD, this romantic bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Quadrant Mall and Princess Theatre. Brisbane Street Mall and Design Centre of Tasmania are also within 10 minutes.

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Auldington

Launceston - North

Located in Launceston CBD, this luxury guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Launceston College, Royal Park, and Penny Royal Adventures.

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Mantra Charles Hotel

Launceston - North

Located in the center of Launceston, this family-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Brisbane Street Mall and Quadrant Mall.

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Quest Launceston Serviced Apartments

Launceston - North

Located in Launceston CBD, this aparthotel is steps from The Town Clock, Princess Theatre, and 1842 Gallery. Brisbane Street Mall and Quadrant Mall are also within 5 minutes.

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Art Hotel on York

Launceston - North

Located in Launceston CBD, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Launceston College, Royal Park, and Penny Royal Adventures. Queen Victoria Museum and Brisbane Street Mall are also within 15 minutes.

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