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Launceston and North

Tasmania’s second largest city, Launceston, sits at the head of the Tamar River and where it is formed by the meeting of the South and North Rivers, a few minutes away from the spectacular scenery of the Cataract Gorge.

This historic region is filled with fertile river valleys and moving east, to forested reserves and national parks of the eastern coast.

Mount Arthur

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Located to the north east of Launceston, Mount Arthur is popular with hikers and particularly around the ‘lost world’ – the… Read More »Mount Arthur


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Located where the North and South Esk Rivers converge to form the Tamar River estuary, historic Launceston is Tasmania’s second… Read More »Launceston

Low Head

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Located on the east side of the Tamar River and just a few minutes from George Town, this small settlement… Read More »Low Head

George Town

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George Town is a popular holiday location for swimming, fishing, boating and surfing at the ocean beaches of Low Head… Read More »George Town