Things To Do

Launceston is located in northern Tasmania and is home to landmarks dating back to the 19th century where visitors can enjoy touring many of Australia’s national treasures.


Only minutes away from popular attractions including Cataract Gorge, City Park, Albert Hall, Tamar River Cruises, Launceston Country Club and Casino, The National Automobile Museum, Launceston Aquatic Centre, Aurora Stadium, Tasmania Zoo, Wineries and much more.

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Tamar River Wetlands

On the outskirts of Launceston is a unique estuarine wetland ecosystem of mudflats, lagoons and islands. Abundant with plant and animal life, the Tamar Island Wetlands are a magnificent Tasmanian landscape and a haven for various birds, mammals, reptiles, frogs, fish and invertebrates.

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James Boag Brewery Tour

The James Boag Brewery have been brewing crisp, refreshing lagers and ales on the banks of Launceston’s Esk River since 1881, and now you have the opportunity to discover what goes into producing Tasmania’s finest beer. Step inside the historic brewery for a fully guided tour, exploring how James Boag’s traditional brewing process is teamed with the state-of-the-art brewery, to create their range of award-winning beers.

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