Experience a tour of J Boag and Son Brewery in Launceston, northern Tasmania. James Boag commenced his brewing tradition on the banks of the Esk River in 1852.
Aurora Stadium, is the major Australian Rules Football ground located in Launceston, Tasmania. Home Ground for Hawthorn Football Club and North Launceston Club
First Basin and Cataract Gorge
Launceston's own piece of wilderness
just 15 minutes walk from the city centre including hiking trails,
the world's longest single span chairlift,
swimming pool, restaurant, kiosk,
peacocks and wildlife, gardens
Launceston City Park
City Park is located in the heart of Launceston. This beautiful parkland features mature trees and shrubs, a display of annual flowers, and Japanese Macaque monkey enclosure.
Launceston Sea Port
Located where the North and South Esk River meet to become
the Tamar River, Launceston Sea Port boasts fine restaurants
Kings Bridge is located in the Cataract Gorge Reserve, less than one kilometre from the city centre and gateway to the Cataract Gorge
Richies Mill and Museum
Ritchie's Mill, is a four-story grain mill of 1845 which now houses a craft shop and a tearoom.
Inveresk Railyards and Museum
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is the largest museum and art gallery in Australia located outside a capital city
Launceston Aquatic Centre
Launceston Aquatic is the newest aquatic centre in Tasmania and offers state-of-the-art aquatic and leisure facilities at Windmill Hill.
Hi George is just 5 minutes walk to Launceston's
CBD and Shopping Mall
National Car Museum
The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania's collection of cars and motorcycles is testimony to the exciting history and development of the international automotive industry.