Hotels in Launceston and the North

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Find Places to Stay in Launceston and the North

Launceston offers a blend of historic charm, natural beauty, and vibrant cultural experiences. Visit the beautiful Cataract Gorge, explore the Tamar Valley wine region, or discover the city’s rich maritime heritage. With its stunning landscapes, local food and wine, and rich history, Launceston promises a memorable Tasmanian experience.

Launceston, in northern Tasmania, is known for its stunning landscapes, heritage buildings, and Tamar Valley wine region. Visit the Cataract Gorge, explore the city’s charming streetscapes, or take a cruise along the Tamar River. The region also includes the lavender fields of Bridestowe Lavender Estate and the World Heritage-listed Brickendon Estate. From its vibrant arts scene to its local food and wine, Launceston offers a quintessential Tasmanian experience.

It has unique food and wine, stunning landscapes, and wildlife.


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Top attractions in Launceston and the North include Cataract Gorge, Tamar Valley wine region, Bridestowe Lavender Estate, the National Automobile Museum of Tasmania, and Hollybank Treetops Adventure.

Launceston and the North feature notable gardens and parks, including Cataract Gorge Reserve and City Park, providing beautiful settings for relaxation, picnics, and leisurely strolls.

Launceston is best known for its well-preserved colonial and Victorian architecture, Cataract Gorge Reserve, and being a gateway to Tasmania’s wine region.