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  • Launceston and the Tamar Valley

    Note: the accommodation providers featured are recommended as your first choice option. All accommodation bookings are direct with the provider. We do not charge you a booking fee, nor the provider a commission, which guarantees you the best price, and the opportunity to negotiate direct on any special requirements you may have, as well as on price.

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    Quality Inn Edenholme

    Built in 1881, the historic Quality Inn Edenholme offers rooms with lovely city or garden views. It features a barbecue area and a guest lounge with a fireplace. Cataract Gorge is just a 15-minute walk away. A flat-screen TV, DVD player and minibar are standard in all rooms. Each room features wooden floors and antique furniture. Most rooms also feature a spa bath.

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    • Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston

      Quality Hotel Colonial is only 2 blocks from the middle of Launceston. It features an on-site restaurant and bar. Wireless internet access is available and free parking is provided. Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston is less than a 5 minute walk from Launceston's shopping and business district.

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      • Village Family Motor Inn

        Set on 5 acres of landscaped gardens with magnificent views of Launceston city and the Tamar Valley, Village Family Motor Inn offers free WiFi, a heated swimming pool and a restaurant. It is 5 minutes' drive from the town centre and 10 minutes' drive from Launceston Airport.

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        • Old Tudor Hotel Launceston

          Located outside the centre of Launceston, the Olde Tudor Hotel features modern accommodations with award-winning gaming facilities, including Tas Keno and Tote. It is a 5-minute walk to the Silverdome.

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          • Clarion Hotel City Park Grand

            Clarion Hotel City Park Grand offers boutique accommodations in downtown Launceston. Located next to City Park, it is 10 minutes walk to Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. Guests enjoy free WiFi.

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            • Mantra Charles Hotel

              Mantra Charles Hotel is on the edge of Launceston city center, only a 5-minute drive from Cataract Gorge. It provides free parking and an on-site restaurant. A variety of accommodations options are available including studio rooms and private apartments.

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              • Commodore Regent Hotel

                Commodore Regent is perfectly located with fantastic views overlooking the City Park and Launceston City. All rooms at The Regent Commodore include en suite bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, plus heating and air conditioning.

    Dining Out

    Cataract On Paterson

    Cataract On Paterson is a blend of classic interiors with a modern twist! We offer one of Launceston's most unique dining venues. Centrally located on the edge of the CBD, the venue boasts industrial design paired with contemporary cuisine, casual polished service and an elegant yet quirky charm that will guarantee a dining experience unlike any other.

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    • Steve's Grill

      Steves Grill & Restaurant is located at the Centennial Hotel on the corner of Bathurst and Balfour street, Launceston. Our steaks are sourced from the pristine pastures of the northwest coast of Tasmania, while our seafood is sourced through local suppliers to provide you with the best quality available.

    Tamar Valley
    Dining Out
    Barrel Room Restaurant

    Based at the entrance to the beautiful Tamar Valley,the Legana Vineyard were planted in 1966 by Graham Wiltshire, legitimately described as one of the three great pioneers of the Tasmanian wine industry. At Vélo, handpicked fruit is nurtured from vine to bottle, producing outstanding, handcrafted wines. Our wines are carefully selected from classic French varieties that particularly suit the Tasmanian climate. Hand picking, hand plunging and gentle basket pressing reflect in the character of our wines.


    Bridport Resort and Convention Centre

    Boasting an indoor pool, outdoor tennis courts and a Jacuzzi, Bridport Resort & Convention Centre is situated in Bridport and provides comfortable accommodation. It is located a brief stroll from Barnbougle Dunes. The resort offers a range of facilities, such as luggage storage, a convention centre and a golf course. The on-site day spa provides a chance to get pampered and relax.


    Pub In The Paddock

    Sitting in the middle of a paddock in, Northeast Tasmania's Pyengana valley is the aptly named Pub in the Paddock, also known as the St Columbia Falls Hotel. Licensed in 1880, it s one of Tasmania s oldest country pubs and is loaded with old timey country charm. For a long time, Pricilla the Princess of the Paddock  (a beer drinking pig) would delight guests with her antics.

    Regional Attractions
    Tasmanian Copper & Metal Art Gallery

    Tasmania is renowned for its skill artists and Tasmanian Copper & Metal Art Gallery gives the opportunity to see Tom Marik, one of Australia's finest coppersmiths in action. The workshop and showroom features a range of hand-crafted items are on display, crafted from metals including copper, brass, steel and chrome. Each piece is produced on-site, and all are cut, shaped and coloured by hand.

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    • Cataract Gorge

      Launceston's own piece of wilderness is just 15 minutes walk from the city centre. 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.

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      • Tamar Valley Cruises

        Cruise into the magical Cataract Gorge and through Launceston's riverfront precinct. Head north past Tamar Island, historical buildings, churches and significant homesteads. Sample the rich diversity of life as we cruise past quaint riverfront communities, vineyards and farms, to the Batman bridge. Choose from a number of cruises - there's one just right for you.

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        • Velo Wines

          Based at the entrance to the beautiful Tamar Valley,the Legana Vineyard were planted in 1966 by Graham Wiltshire, legitimately described as one of the three great pioneers of the Tasmanian wine industry.

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          • Boag's Centre For Beer Lovers

            One of the absolute highlights of the James Boags Brewery experience - A guided tour of the brewery followed by beer tasting for those 18 years and over. Tours operate 7 days a week, and start at the Boags Centre for Beer Lovers, 39 William St, Launceston