4/5 - Good
LynDec 14, 2019
Did the trek to Walls of Jerusalem which was challenging but beautiful scenery and a great experience.
Reviewed on 25 Nov. 2019
Reviewed on 13 Dec. 2019
Launceston’s best shopping is in easy reach at this busy community hub, where intriguing laneways and historic arcades branch off from a central sheltered mall.
Stroll around this charming Victorian-era park to see its pretty flower displays, giant chess set, heritage monuments and monkey enclosure.
See the inner workings of a historic Tasmanian brewery on a tour of the home of James Boag’s beer, complete with tastings and a visit to a traditional-style pub.
Cradle Mountain National Park is an area of iconic scenery with a wide variety of walking trails to choose from in this stunning World Heritage listed area. With around 5 hours to spend in the National Park we leave our walking itinerary flexible to suit our guests and the weather conditions on the day.
During 3 action packed days, our BIG 3 Tasmania tour explores some of our Island’s most scenic and world-renowned locations. Start your journey with a huge day of out at Cradle Mountain World Heritage area, an area with amazing walks and scenery with a huge variety of walks to choose from in this stunning part of Tasmania.
Tasmania’s east coast is fast becoming renown around the world for it’s fluffy pure white sands and crystal clear azure blue waters. Granite rocky outcrops covered with orange lichen jut out into the ocean to separate a large collection of hidden away beaches.
Spend a full day awakening your senses through the majesty of Cradle Mountain National Park on this guided tour from Launceston. Journey deep into the Tasmanian forest and explore the wildlife, waterfalls, and glacial lakes soaring above the sparkling Dove Lake plateau.
We travel through the seaside towns of Orford and Swansea as we make our way to Freycinet National Park. Freycinet is one of Tasmania’s first National Parks, famous for its rich and stunning coastal landscapes.
Visit: National Automobile Museum of Tasmania, 86 Cimitiere Street Opposite Launceston City Park, Launceston, Tasmania 7250 Australia The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania has an important role to play in the preserving of cars and motorcycles that have been part of our history.
Verified travelerDec 8, 2019
As a solo traveller I highly recommend dining at Geronimo Aperitivo bar and restaurant.