Launceston.Perfectly placed for discovering the distinctive cool climate wines of Tasmania’s Tamar Valley, Launceston also has a vibrant culture where history meets a contemporary urban edge, Foodies discovered Launceston long ago – great food goes hand in hand with the vineyards and the city boasts providores, a French patisserie and signature restaurant such as Stillwater at Ritchie’s Mill. You’ll definitely dine well as Tasmanian lamb,beef,venison.oysters from east coast leases, ocean trout,cheese,nuts,vegetables, fruit herbs and even locally grown wasabi are all available for chefs to work their magic. Among Launceston’s feature are the regenerated Launceston Seaport and Cataract Gorge, a 15 minute walk away, with the world’s longest single span chairlift, walking and hiking trails, rock climbing and stunning views. Backing the city, don’t miss the Queen Victoria Museum highlighting many aspects of life in Tasmania and with a beautiful collection of Aboriginal shell necklaces. Drop in to 1842 Gallery to see Tasmanian glass, art and furniture hand crafted from Tasmanian timber. 1842 is also the starting point for Launceston Historic Walks. Out and about in the area visit fascinating Seahorse World. Boags Brewery and check out the Tamar Valley Touring Rout from Launceston to Bass Strait.
* Note: Room prices change constantly. You should check the latest availability as in many cases the room price can be even lower than the listed price on the LastBeds website.