Itinerary Experiences for Launceston

1. Harvest Market Launceston

​Held every Saturday, Harvest Launceston is a community farmers’ market where you can meet the producers and taste locally grown fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy.

2. Boag’s Brewery Tour

Launceston-map2.pngJoin the 90-minute fully guided experience for a comprehensive insight into all the stages of the brewing and packaging process, followed by a tasting of James Boag’s award-winning beers accompanied by some of Tassie’s finest cheeses.

3 & 4. Queen Victoria Museum Art Gallery

Australia’s largest regional museum houses Australian colonial art, decorative arts, design, Tasmanian history and natural science. The museum is set on two sites - the 1891 Royal Park Art Gallery in the city and the 1870s era railway workshop in Inveresk.

5. Saint John Craft Beer Bar

Craft beer enthusiasts will love tasting their way through the 14 taps at Saint John with the best international, Australian and Tasmanian craft beer and more than 170 bottled beers on offer.

6. Cataract Gorge

Cataract Gorge is a rare natural rock formation just two minutes from central Launceston with walking tracks, a swimming pool, the world's longest single span chairlift, a restaurant and cafe, a suspension bridge and panoramic lookouts with spectacular views.

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