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Tamar Valley Wine

Tamar Valley Wine

Tamar Valley Wine is an iconic wine touring experience in one of northern Tasmania's most scenic destinations, the area surrounding the elegant, boutique city of Launceston. For many it is a 'gateway' to the Tasmanian wine region, with serene landscapes perfect for the production of celebrated cool climate wines, particularly pinot noir and sparkling. Some of the wines produced in the Tamar are judged to be Australia's finest, and compete on the world stage. Visitors are invited to explore the region and its outstanding wineries and vineyards, which Tamar Valley Wine brings together, and to open a conversation with the…
Gallery Pejean

Gallery Pejean

Gallery Pejean showcases select established and emerging visual artists, with a focus on Tasmanian artists. Gallery Pejean, a gallery of contemporary art, is located in the heart of Launceston's CBD in the vibrant George Street precinct. It promotes and presents the work of contemporary visual artists, working across a broad spectrum of mediums and artistic platforms. With emphasis on Tasmanian artists it represents award winning artists, established and mid-career artists as well as emerging artists. With two separate gallery spaces, a monthly program of exhibitions allows for both solo exhibitions and group shows, while constantly showcasing the gallery's select group…
Cinergee

Cinergee

Facing the street is our Raw Beauty Bar - a place where you can purchase salts, oils, and clays, etc to blend and make your own products or to make personalised gifts. The ground floor has our beauty salon and skincare clinic and upstairs is the day spa and wellness retreat also in our secret garden. In our beauty salon we do regular maintenance services like waxing, tinting, healthy tanning (not spray tans), and nails. In our skincare clinic we specialize in skin consultations, treatment facials working with amazing products, IPL skin rejuvenation and hair removal, low-level laser, LEDs, non-surgical…
U Beaut Designs

U Beaut Designs

U Beaut Designs is proudly Australian and passionately Tasmanian. We showcases the work of Tasmanian Artists and Artisans. We carry a beautiful range of silver and gold rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets featuring semi-precious stones such as Killiecrankie diamonds and Stichtite, plus many more gems. We have an extensive selection of Tasmanian Huon Pine, Blackheart Sassafras, Blackwood, TAS Oak, and Myrtle wood products such as cheeseboards, clocks, trinket boxes, utensils, candleholders and much more. If you're a foodie you will love our Foodie's Corner which has a wonderful range of condiments, chocolates and honeys from the likes of Ashbolt Farm,…
Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market

Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market

Operating from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm, at 71 Cimitiere Street, this authentic farmers’ market has established itself as a signature weekly event where the community gathers to shop, share a coffee and feast on a diverse array of local offerings, dictated only by the colour palette of Tasmania’s four distinct seasons. Think of the blackness of fresh truffles, handmade pasta and pink smoked salmon, artisan sourdough loaves and pastries, the glorious colours of seasonal vegetables such as zucchini blossoms and heirloom tomatoes, the air scented with bunches of basil, freshly pressed olive oil, hand picked asparagus, plump apples and…
Yeltuor

Yeltuor

Established in 1971, Yeltuor has been curating a range of the best Australian brands for all generations of women. Specialising in women’s dresses, we offer styles such as shirt dresses, knitted dresses, silk dresses, wrap dresses, tunic dresses as well as bridesmaid dresses, cocktail dresses and evening gowns. For winter, we offer fur jackets, quality Australian Merino wool knits, wool coats and layering pieces made from natural fibres to keep you cosy. Our great accessories range includes women’s sandals, women’s Converse sneakers, ankle boots and evening heels. To finish off any outfit, our quality selection of premium leather wallets and…
Design Tasmania Centre

Design Tasmania Centre

Design Tasmania is a not-for-profit design centre dedicated since 1976 to furthering design in Tasmania through our exhibitions, collection and store. The Design Tasmania Wood Collection is an evolving collection of contemporary Tasmanian wood design. It is the only museum collection of its type in Australia. The collection was established in 1991, with the aim to champion and showcase Tasmanian wood designers and makers, and to highlight Tasmania’s unique position in the global design industry. There are 80 pieces in the Collection, and work is acquired biennially (every two years) with the support of Design Tasmania’s Fellows donor program.
Launceston Tramway Museum

Launceston Tramway Museum

Launceston Tramway Museum is about a local Tasmanian community and the trams they used. The Museum evolved out of a restoration society in the 1990s that restored Launceston's only surviving double bogie tram. Located in the historic Inveresk Precinct, within walking distance of the CBD, the Museum features a workshop, a large modern display gallery and access to rail track running through the precinct. You can recapture Launceston's tramway past with a ride on our restored tram. Inside the museum, you can enjoy Launceston's oldest surviving movie footage and experience how the City changed with the introduction of the trams.…
National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

The now relocated National Automobile Museum of Tasmania in Launceston features one of Australia's most significant motoring collections. Spanning over 100 years of style and technical achievement this impressive collection of traditional and contemporary automobiles is a must see for all those who appreciate history, design, engineering and style. The museum comes alive with varied theme displays each year as well as constantly changing cars and motorcycles in the main hall. A feature of the new location is the establishment of "The Hall of Muscle" a celebration of the Australian Muscle Car. Along with over one hundred exhibits, the museum…
Tin Shed Artist Studios

Tin Shed Artist Studios

Tin Shed Artist Studios is a shared artistic workplace situated in Launceston, Northern Tasmania. The Shed offers affordable studio space to aspiring and experienced artists with individual display areas. Resident at present are 16 artists practising a diverse range of art and craft also a shared workspace for casual artists. The artists in residence work in various disciplines including functional, decorative and sculptural ceramics, painting, printmaking, drawing and basketry, a glass bead and sculpture artist, Silver jewellery, photography and mixed media, hand made books and textiles. Visitors to the Shed can commission or purchase work in a variety of styles…
Greenoaks Gallery

Greenoaks Gallery

Established in the 1990’s, Greenoaks Gallery in Launceston was a unique and much loved neighbourhood gallery for many years. More recently it became a private residence. We have now renovated the building, enhancing its delightful original features and reopened using the same name. We aim to bring the same unique appeal and personal touch to the gallery as it enjoyed in its past. The gallery features the work of our resident artist, Dan Villiers, who works in a wide variety of styles and mediums. Pastel, watercolour, acrylic, drawing and encaustic painting are some of the mediums. Dan paints scenery, flora…
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery

Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery

The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (QVMAG), in Launceston, is Australia's largest regional museum. QVMAG is Launceston's arts, cultural and creative heartbeat and gateway to local history and character. It enjoys a national profile for its collections of Australian colonial art, decorative arts and design, Tasmanian history and natural science. The QVMAG is located on two sites: the 1870s era railway workshop at Inveresk; and the 1891 Royal Park Art Gallery building on Wellington Street. The Inveresk site is home to the preserved railway workshops and new permanent exhibition Tasmanian Connections which reveals a range of stories as told…
Penny Royal Adventures

Penny Royal Adventures

Located right next to the iconic Cataract Gorge, Penny Royal Adventures aimed to re-create 19 century's Van Diemen's Land. It provides a village experience for everyone from history-themed boat rides to ultimate cliff adventures such as cliff jump, zip lines and cliff walk. With its picturesque site and privileged location, Penny Royal Adventures has quickly gained the popularity within its local community and has become a 'must visit ' destination for visitors travelling interstate and internationally. * Free entry for all ages
Glass Manifesto

Glass Manifesto

The gallery is a five minutes walk from Seaport and Peppers Silo along the Tamar River and only a short drive to the centre of Launceston. Situated within a working hot glass studio the gallery represents the most extensive and diverse range of handmade glass in Tasmania. You are welcome to visit the gallery, meet the artists and gain an insight into the wonders of glass-making. The studio has only just recently moved into its new iconic location. Located in Invermays historical wharf district within interesting buildings of industrial heritage, Glass Manifesto asks that you dress warmly for winter visits.
Gorge Scenic Chairlift

Gorge Scenic Chairlift

Launceston's Gorge Scenic Chairlift lets you view the magnificent Cataract Gorge from above, located in Northern Tasmania. Take in the spectacular features of Cataract Gorge from this single-span chairlift. View the South Esk River in a serene or turbulent mood after a flood as well as tree rhododendrons and fern glades. It takes about ten minutes to take the ride across Cataract Gorge and First Basin. Top speed is a sedate one metre per second, but usually, the chairlift runs slower than that to afford passengers a longer ride. It is about 457 metres (1462 feet) from station to station,…
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