Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and lies at the junction of the North and South Esk rivers. Although small and compact it is known for its vibrant cafes, museums and parklands. Walk along elegant streetscapes, enjoy waterfront eateries, or just sit and relax in a park.
The boardwalk leads to Home Point rowing course and along the way passes Ritchies Mill, home to galleries and restaurants. From here you can continue on to the path to the famous Cataract Gorge, known worldwide for its beautiful cliffs which attract rock climbers.
Launceston is the ideal base with a range of accommodation including hotels, motels,bed and breakfasts and self catering cottages. From Launceston you can explore Tamar Valley vineyards, the Tamar River with its abundance of wildlife, and the beautiful national parks of Narawntapu and Ben Lomond.
Launceston's has a temperate climate with an average maximum of 23 degrees Celsius (73.5 degrees Fahrenheit) in Summer (January) and 11.5 degrees Celsius (52.5 degrees Fahrenheit) in Winter (June).
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