Launceston Attractions

Australia's largest regional museum, the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery embraces all aspects of social, scientific & creative life from its two key sites at Inveresk & Royal Park. Housing Tasmani...
A 15 minute walk from the city centre, Cataract Gorge is one of Launceston's premier tourist destinations. Take a trip on the world's longest single span chairlift before taking to one of the walking ...
Presiding over Launceston’s City Park in Tasmania for three days of foodie fun is Festivale, an annual event held on the second weekend of February (occasionally spanning across Valentine ’s Day for t...
Welcome to one of the best guided Tasmanian wine tour in the sensational Launceston Tamar Valley. Your informed wine tour guide and business owner/operator is Marcia Fawdry. Indulge your senses with g...
Australia's oldest woollen mills. Visitors welcome.
Built in 1895 and 3km from the city on the South Esk River. Picnic facilities which are open daily until 5pm. Near the present power station is the site of one of the world's first hydro-electric proj...
is a 5ha reserve with hothouses growing begonias and cyclamens, handsome oaks and elms, and a small children's zoo.