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Cataract Gorge »

Located just 15 minutes' walk from the centre of Launceston, Cataract Gorge Reserve is where pristine wilderness brushes the urban city. The stunning site offers outdoor distractions like walking and hiking paths, lookouts, gardens, a swimming pool, local wildlife, a suspension bridge and chair lift, as well as a restaurant... more »

Franklin House »

Built in 1838 with convict labour for a former convict, Launceston's Franklin House was originally owned by local brewer and successful businessman Britton Jones and is now in the care of the National Trust. The beautifully restored Neo-Classical Greek Revival-style home was constructed with New South Wales red cedar and... more »

Tamar Valley Wine Route »

The Tamar Valley Wine Route in Tasmania is one of Australia’s oldest and most well-loved wine regions. It’s home to a grand selection of wines, from the deepest of red to the most sparkling white and everything imaginable in between. Connecting the cellar doors of around 30 wineries, the picturesque... more »