Launceston Attractions


Boags Beer Tour
J. Boag & Son currently offer tours of our historic brewery each weekday. The tour includes a full circuit of our brewery from the brew house to the packaging line, information on the brewing process and Boag’s fascinating history.



Tamar River Cruises
Launceston sits at the fork of the Tamar, North Esk and South Esk rivers. You can explore these Rivers aboard the Odyssey cruiser, departing and returning to Home Point in Launceston.





Inveresk Art Gallery
Inveresk Art Gallery was once the Launceston Railway Workshops. The development of the Launceston Railway Workshops is a story of transformation - they now house a range of exhibitions including one which interprets the history of the workshop site.



National Automobile Museum
Open 9.00 am - 5.00 pm seven days a week. Closed Christmas Day Best presentation in Australia of exotic automobiles. You can view cars being restored in the internationally-renowned workshop.



York Park
York Park has always been central to sporting and cultural life in Launceston and the northern region, but it is only since 1999, that it has firmly established itself as the home of AFL football in Tasmania.




The Old Launceston Seaport
The Old Launceston Seaport is the newest success story in the booming Tasmanian market. A unique development, opened in August 2002, the Seaport comprises residential, commercial and recreational riverfront facilities; almost in the centre of the City.


Heritage Forest
42 hectares of bush and parkland, adjacent to the North Esk River, with a short walk to the city. Facilities: Walking tracks, horse riding trails, bike riding tracks, environment trail, toilets (including disabled), barbecues, hockey fields, dog exercise track, playground.



Richies Mill
In Kings Park, to the southwest of Royal Park, where the West Tamar Highway is carried high over the outflow of the South Esk River, is Ritchie's Mill, a four-story grain mill of 1845 which now houses a craft shop and a tearoom.





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