Launceston City Park is a park in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Established in the 1820s by the Launceston Horticultural Society and handed over to the Launceston City Council in 1863. It is now an important part of cultural life in Launceston and also a heritage park.
Welcome to Country Club Tasmania Country Club Tasmania is nestled amongst 300 acres of parkland, lakes and rolling paddocks yet only minutes from Launceston CBD. Country Club Tasmania is the premier choice for entertainment, dining, and accommodation in Launceston, Tasmania.
Meander Valley is a large and diverse area in Northern Tasmania. It includes the mountains of the Great Western Tiers, extensive forests and productive land, the historic towns and villages of Deloraine and Westbury, an urban suburb of Launceston and is home to the Country Club Resort.
Honeymoon Bay in the Freycinet National Park, to be precise. A picturesque two and a half drive from Launceston and Hobart, the first place to stop is the visitor's centre at Freycinet National Park. Here I met a young, enthusiastic ranger who told me a visit to Honeymoon Bay is compulsory. Who was I to refuse his advice and obvious love of the ...
Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area is a multiple-use reserve which caters for many recreational activities, both land and water-based, including facilities run by DISROW (rowing for the disabled). At the Village Green/Hoo Hoo Hut day use area, there are two excellent picnic huts.
The Kate Reed reserve is just over 10 minutes drive (south) of the Launceston CBD, and there are a few entry points to the reserve. If you don't know Launceston then the easiest entrance to find is from the Kings Meadow turnoff off Launceston’s Southern Outlet.
Princes Square Princes Square was set aside as a park in 1826 but wasn't developed as a park until the late 1850s. It features many trees dating back to the 1800s, some planted by members of the Royal family, and still retains its original layout.
Prospect Park is a 526-acre (213 hectare) public park in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, and the second largest public park in Brooklyn. The park is situated between the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Flatbush and Windsor Terrace, as well as Flatbush Avenue, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Punchbowl Reserve. A favourite barbecue and picnic destination in Launceston's southern suburbs. Park area in a bushland setting with children’s play space, bushland walking trails and a duck pond. In spring the Rhododendrum displays are a feature of this gorgeous reserve.
Royal Park Originally the site for Tasmania's first military barracks, Royal Park is now an established park adjacent to the Tamar River. Featuring barbecue area, play space, skate park and outdoor exercise equipment. Boardwalks and sealed paths provide links to nearby Cataract Gorge reserve, Kings Park, the Queen Victoria Art Gallery and the Seaport.
The Tamar Island Wetlands is a unique urban wetlands reserve just a ten-minute drive from Launceston. A short (500 metre) walk from the interpretation centre takes you to a bird hide with seating where you can observe wetland birds on the lagoon and enjoy a restful break.
The Tamar Conservation Area covers approximately 4,633 ha on the Tamar River estuary in Tasmania. It includes the Tamar Island Wetlands Reserve and a stretches through the upper part of the Tamar Estuary from St Leonards to the Batman Bridge. It is a popular area for birdwatching and is about 15 minutes drive from Launceston.
Tasmanian wine is wine produced in the Australian state of Tasmania. Located at a more southerly latitude than the rest of Australia's wine regions, Tasmania has a cooler climate and the potential to make distinctly different wines than in the rest of the country.
Trevallyn Dam is within the Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area on the South Esk River, just outside of Launceston in Tasmania's north and is a great spot for picnics, trail walks and boating on the dam. Visitors to the reserve can walk along the South Esk River gorge, see the Trevallyn Dam wall in flood and experience cable hang-gliding.
Trevallyn Reserve - Launceston If you only have a few hours and want to explore some of Launceston’s most popular tracks then this trip is for you. The Trevallyn Recreation Area borders our world famous Cataract Gorge and has everything from ‘cruisey’ fire trails to fun single track sections.
The Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area is located on the South Esk River, Tasmania's longest river, only four kilometres from the centre of Tasmania's second largest city, Launceston. Part of the South Esk River gorge and the adjacent plateau country are features of the 440 hectare reserve.