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#1 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
There is a heritage vegetable garden in the garden to supply the on site cafe.
The atmosphere and the period decor and furnishings provide the visitor with a personal view of a time not so long ago.
#2 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
I just love everything about Aurora Stadium: it's location as you can walk there from the city, the views of the surrounding hills whilst you are sitting there, the friendly staff and the great variety of food for...
We were in the Carlton Draught stand and had a fantastic view of the game from standard stadium seats.
#3 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
A Launceston Landmark
#4 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
It is worth taking the short bushwalk across the gorge to be able to access this bridge with great views both upstream and downstream.
It’s an easy walk to get to and it’s a great view different to what you’d get on the chairlift.
#5 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
Orientation maps, accommodations, restaurants, historic landmarks and activities in this interesting city can all be found at the Visitors Centre.
The later-added Clock Tower and the preserved red-brick Post Office of Launceston become the landmark of the city.
Entally Estate Hadspen
#6 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
Coffee shop to sit and enjoy your coffee on veranda - lovely view of garden.
There is so much history here you need at least 2 hours to view it.
#7 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston
You can walk along one of the many paths to enjoy the view.
#8 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Launceston