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Dine in-house at the Best Western Plus Launceston.
There is a huge focus on real product and awesome flavours with super tasty Asian combinations evident throughout the menus
Contemporary Tasmanian Cuisine Elegant Casual Dining. Busy restaurant in a renovated 1830s flour mill, with an all-day menu focused on Tasmanian produce.
The elegant historic Princess Theatre hosts a range of diverse performances and seats 1065 on two levels (stalls & dress circle).
A proscenium arch theatre built in 1911, the Princess has staged a wide range of performances including plays, opera, ballet, music/rock concerts, comedy shows, dancing eisteddfods, nostalgic film nights, school concerts and graduations, and even a circus or two!
Here you’ll find walking and hiking trails, the world’s longest single span chairlift, swimming pool, restaurant, kiosk, cafe peacocks and wildlife, beautiful gardens, suspension bridge, inclinator for easy access, Interpretation Centre and panoramic lookouts with spectacular views.
A beautiful green space within the heart of Launceston's CBD. Visit the conservatory, cafe, monkey enclosure, feed the ducks, ride a replica Thomas the Tank Engine train, play on the playground and enjoy one of our City's great parks.
On the north east coast of Tasmania, the white sands, orange granite and blue waters of Bay of Fires is a spectacular sight to be seen. This small group day trip from Launceston is a fantastic way to see the region on a limited time frame.
Enjoy a winery tour, tasting and lunch at Josef Chromy Wines, a state-of-the-art winery located near Launceston. Surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and vineyards, the winery offers a range of cool-climate wines, delicious food and warm service. Start by walking in the vineyard and learning about the estate's high-tech winemaking process. Sip some samples served by a friendly wine expert then head to a 2-course lunch paired with wine. It’s the perfect way to explore Tasmanian wine country.
Visit Seahorse World on Tasmania's northern coast for a 45-minute guided tour of this aquarium outside Launceston. Enjoy an informative experience as you explore three exhibits: the Cave of the Seahorse, a high-tech working seahorse farm, and the Southern Ocean Aquarium, home to marine life of the wild southern seas like weedy seadragons, sharks, giant cuttlefish, a Tasmanian giant crab, and a touch pool for kids. Select a tour time when booking.
Take a short guided tour of the scenic Tamar river on pedal powered canoes. The unique Mirage drive foot powered flippers let your legs do all the hard work while your hands are free to steer and take photos.
Explore the best of what Australia has to offer with an Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass. See more and save up to 40% on admission to Australia's favorite attractions, tours, cruises and things to do, all on one easy-to-use card! You will receive either five, seven or ten tickets (your choice), loaded on a smartcard for entry to top attractions in Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast and destinations throughout Tasmania. Use your tickets all in one city, or spread them over as many cities as you can. You have an entire three months to use your tickets from the date of card activation.
Come aboard and enjoy the Leven River and its surrounds, among the abundant bird life, try to spot the Sea Eagles, Azure King Fisher and if your lucky enough you may spot the elusive Platypus in its natural environment. Disembark 8-kilometers upstream at historic Leven Park for a break to enjoy your picnic and stroll through the beautiful forest reserve. On the return there is more tales true and tall to enjoy as you cruise to the river mouth to enjoy the foreshore of the Leven River Estuary.