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Exploring Launceston

The second major city of Tasmania will captivate visitors with its amazing options for food and wine, culture and nature. In fact, the whole region is packed with city and country charm, gorgeous old towns, excellent food and wine and beautiful scenic highlights. Being one of Australia's oldest cities, you will find elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture and century-old parks. There's also plenty of culture on offer at art galleries, museums and local designer stores, not to mention the famous cool climate wines, local brews and fine dining that are the essence of the Launceston experience.

Accommodations in Launceston

There is a range of options for all the travelers. The most popular hotel in Launceston is the Terrace on Walbourne, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Terrace on York in Launceston as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Launceston

- City Park

Located at the heart of Launceston, this is a must-see attraction of the city. Visitors will find trees, shrubs, displays of annual flowers, the John Hart Conservatory, a duck pond, a ‘senses’ garden, monuments, the historic Albert Hall, a BBQ area, the City Park train, a children’s playground and toilets. One of the defining attractions of this park are the Japanese Macaque monkeys. Your children and you will love watching these monkeys play around at the park.

- Albert Hall Convention Centre

This heritage landmark is designed in the style of Victorian architecture and now serves as a verstaile convention centre with various venue and function rooms that can be adapted for each event and activity.

Transportation in Launceston

There are no train services in Tasmania so travellers rely on bus and coach and of course car-hire to get to and from our cities and regional centres. With its good roads, few freeway or motorways and scenic views wherever you go, getting around Tasmania by car is one of your best bets.