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City Guide

Things to See and Do in Launceston

  1. Cataract Gorge Reserve: A natural reserve located just a short walk from the city center, featuring walking trails, a suspension bridge, and swimming opportunities.

  2. Tamar Island Wetlands: A conservation area consisting of wetlands and boardwalks, perfect for bird watching and nature walks.

  3. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery: A museum showcasing the history and art of Tasmania, including exhibitions on Aboriginal culture and colonial history.

  4. City Park: A public park located in the city center, featuring a conservatory, Japanese macaque monkeys, and a historic fountain.

  5. James Boag's Brewery Tour: A tour of a local brewery, offering tastings of their famous beers and a behind-the-scenes look at the brewing process.

  6. Launceston Farmers' Market: A weekly market held on Saturdays, offering fresh produce, local crafts, and food stalls.

  7. Brady's Lookout: A lookout point offering stunning views of the Tamar River and surrounding countryside.

  8. Tamar Valley Wine Route: A scenic drive through the Tamar Valley wine region, featuring numerous wineries and vineyards offering tastings and tours.

  9. Launceston Tramway Museum: A museum showcasing the history of trams in Launceston, including a ride on a restored tram.

  10. Design Tasmania: A gallery showcasing the best in Tasmanian design and craftsmanship, including furniture, ceramics, and textiles.