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Hawthorn Villa (circa 1875) is a perfect place to stay while touring Launceston and Tasmania's North as it is centrally located to many of Tasmania's best attractions.
Located just 12 mins from Launceston and 50 mins from the Spirit of Tasmania Ferry.
Get lost in the famous hedge maze.
Don River Railway
A railway museum with working and static exhibits.
Sheffield is located 20 km south of Devonport and is known as the "Town
The total chocolate experience. Tastings and sales of specialty chocolate truffles, fudges and pralines
Stroll through the 4 hectares of raspberry plantings, which are harvested between December and May
You are welcome to stroll through the 4 hectares of raspberry plantings
Chudleigh Honey Farm
Over 50 different varieties of unique and trend honeys are produced at The Honey Farm
Beaconsfield Gold Museum
The whole family can enjoy this fascinating museum with over 30 visitor-activated displays.
Visitors are invited to inspect the gallery of contemporary handmade crafts and original Australian artwork
Hillwood Strawberry Farm
Pick your own strawberries, raspberries and other berry fruits when in season.
This amazing road bridge was the world's first cable-stayed truss bridge when built in 1968
You're just minutes away from the most beautiful and desirable attractions of Northern Tasmania.
18 Hole Golf, 3 Restaurants, 5 Bars, hours of entertainment
Tamar River Cruises
The Tamar Odyssey is a catamaran giving a comfortable ride on the tranquil Tamar River
Entally House has magnificent homestead and superb grounds open 7 days
Brickendon offers a rare opportunity to experience and enjoy early colonial Tasmania.
Woolmers Estate has outstanding cultural significance just outside of Longford
Situated on the banks of the South Esk River with extensive formal gardens and parklands
Spirit of Tasmania
Major gateway to and from Tasmania in style
Devil's Gullet is about 20 minutes up the Lake McKenzie Road
The Marakoopa caves are only two of the many world famous limestone caves
King Solomon's Caves
Its beauty and easy accessibility make visiting these caves an absolute must.
Trowunna Wildlife Park
The park is home to the Tasmanian Devil education and research centre.
Enjoy a quiet country stroll to a forest lookout perched high above the Mersey River.
Meander Falls is 5-6 hours walk in the Great Western Tiers
The Liffey Falls ia a comfortable 40-minute return walk
First Basin and Cataract Gorge just a 30 minute walk from Launceston CBD
The Tamar Island Wetlands is an unique urban wetlands reserve
Get up and close with many Australian and Tasmanian Native animals
Platypus House & Seahorse World at Beauty Point, Tamar Valley
Narawntapu National Park
It stretches from the low coastal ranges to the long Bass Strait beaches