Launceston Tourism & Travel Guide

Hence, first stop - LAUNCESTON!...

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. - Day 1: Hobart to Russell falls (MT Field National Park) via Derwent valley and moving on to Lake St Clair (Australia’s deepest freshwater lake) or directly to Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, end the day at Strahan Nelson Falls - Day 2: Cradle valley (Cradle Mountain National Park) Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park (Australia’s most famous bushwalk) or stroll around Dove Lake or perhaps challenge yourself with a hike to Marion’s Lookout via sheffield -night at Launceston. - Day 3 (optional: hire a car): Morning at Cataract Gorge (Launceston) head to East coast and Bay of Fires (beaches), coastal drive from St....

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About Launceston

The final stop before heading back to Devonport is Launceston. If you can return your car on Tassie and fly back from Launceston (or even Hobart) instead, I’d recommend it. As fun as it is, you won’t want to take that ferry more than once. The James Boags brewery is located here, along with the Tasmania Zoo. If you’re into wildlife (especially birds) you’ll want to make a pit stop. It’s a bit run-down but they do have Tasmanian Devil feeding sessions. And if there’s one thing you can’t leave Tassie without seeing, it’s The Devil!
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