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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.
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.
Departing and returning to Launceston the Cradle Mountain National Park day tour allows you to experience the region on a fully inclusive, professionally guided tour for all ages.HIGHLIGHTSDove Lake walkGlacier rockWaldheim ChaletSheffield Murals
Our tours include tastings, a gourmet lunch with a glass of wine and cheese! We can visit favourite vineyards by request. Our wine tours are fully inclusive and have repeatedly been awarded excellent reviews on TripAdvisor. We provide insight and wine tasting pleasure by telling the backstory of the region, it’s vineyards and winemakers. We offer tips for tasting wine and we arrange a discounted wine shipping service that is fully insured for sending wine within Australia. Our group size is usually 8 guests or less with solo travellers and groups welcome. Our tours do not require a minimum number of guests to start.
Cruise past historical Kings Wharf, Seaport and Launceston's delightful riverfront precinct. The highlight of the experience is then cruising into Launceston's spectacular Cataract Gorge, as we engage the Lady Launceston's unique silent electric drive. View the sheer cliffs from the comfortable seats, appreciate the unobstructed views on the multi award winning 1890's style vessel and enjoy the skippers captivating commentary on the history of this fascinating area
Experience Tasmania from the forest floor all the way up into the treetops! Hollybank Treetops Adventure Tasmania's First Outdoor Adventure Centre, the ultimate hub of adventures to suit everyone. Our Canopy Tour is an approx 3hr guided tour through the treetops on wires between the Cloud Station platforms. You will also get to experience Australia's longest zipline of 400m that flies over the stunning Piper River, reaching up to 50m high above the forest floor. Digital photos of your experience are also included.Tour is limited to a maximum of 12 travelers.
Trevallyn hydroelectric power station is located 5 minutes from the heart of Launceston and was commissioned in 1955.It houses 4 generators of around 25MW capacity each and supplies around 4% of Tasmania's installed generating capacity.