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Explore Launceston attractions in your reliable motorhome rentalLaunceston is a city of contrast. It is Tasmania's second largest city, first settled by Europeans in 1806. As one of Australia's oldest cities, Launceston features a lively Victorian-era ambience as well as historical sites, natural attractions, restaurants, adventure sports and the popular Cataract Gorge Reserve.
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Top campervan and motorhome campsites within Launceston
Meander Valley Highway and Main Street, Hadspen.
Just fifteen minutes from Launceston, its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, car park, vehicle wash facilities, courtesy transfer, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, recreation room, gas, iron, kiosk, laundry, non-smoking establishment, playground, sauna, public telephone, sauna, shop, spa, tour desk, TV/Lounge area and half size tennis court.
2A Archer Street, Longford.
The park is just around fifteen minutes west of Launceston along the banks of the Macquarie River. The accommodations that it offers are cabin, caravan and campsites. The popular activities within it are barbecuing, camping, and freshwater fishing. Its campsite facilities include a shared kitchen, camper's kitchen, electric barbecue, river frontage, boat ramp, kayak hire, car park and 1/2 Tennis court.
94 Glen Dhu Street, South Launceston.
It enjoys a central location, just two kilometres outside of central Launceston. The accommodations it offers are holiday cabins, onsite caravans, powered caravan and camper van sites and camping and tent sites. Its caravan park features three amenities blocks, onsite laundromat, free barbecues, public telephone, campers kitchen with television, LPG refill, car washing area, linen and blankets, separate baby's bathroom and free book ahead service.
Top attractions in Launceston
Ben Lomond National Park is located 50 kilometres east of Launceston in northern Tasmania, Australia. The park is home to a wide range of animals and plants. It has an amazing bird area that protects Flame Robin birds and many other native Tasmanian birds. The popular activities within the park are camping, bird watching, leisure walking and skiing during winter.
Cataract Gorge Reserve or 'The Gorge' is a sought after wilderness area just around fifteen minutes from the centre of Launceston. Its features include the world's longest single span chair lift, café peacocks and wildlife, hiking trails, attractive gardens, a suspension bridge, swimming pool and lookouts that offer magnificent panoramic views. The Gorge is perhaps the most wonderful urban reserve of any Australian city and is highly recommended for people of all ages.
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is located at 2 Invermay Road, Launceston. It is open everyday from 10:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. except on Good Friday and Christmas Day. The museum and art gallery is the largest regional gallery in Australia. It features a large number of impressive collections like Australia colonial art, items related to the Tasmanian history and natural sciences, contemporary craft and design and attractions such as its planetarium, Launceston Railway Workshops and a Chinese Temple.
Tasmania Zoo is at 1166 Ecclestone Road, Riverside, Launceston. Just around eighteen kilometers from the centre of Launceston, the zoo is currently Tasmania's largest wildlife park. Covering 900 acres of bushland, the park has a number of exotic and native animals such as the Tasmanian Devils, penguins, crocodiles, wombats, echidnas, kangaroos, quolls, reptiles and the opportunity to off road on a 4wd buggy tour.
The Old Umbrella Shop can be found at 60 George Street, Launceston. It is a charming old-world umbrella shop that serves as the last surviving well-preserved twentieth century shop in Tasmania. The store houses a wide variety of century-old umbrellas and sells wonderful souvenirs to take home. A visit to the Old Umbrella Shop will make you feel like you have stepped back in the time.
Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area sits along the banks of South Esk River (Tasmania's longest river) just around four kilometers from the centre of Launceston. The site is a popular recreation and nature reserve that serves as a great venue for activities likes canoeing, mountain biking, dog walking, horse riding, picnics, rock climbing, running, while it protects a number of wildlife and flora including over 28 threatened plants. Nearby is the famous Cataract Gorge.
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