Launceston City Ghost Tours
Design Centre Tasmania
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Launceston City Ghost Tours information
Just after sunset, get spooked on a 90-minute wander around the city’s back alleys. Tours depart at dusk from the Royal Oak Hotel – where Cyril is the resident ghost. Bookings essential, and departure time varies throughout the year. Not for little kids.