Launceston Historic Walks
This plain 1830 warehouse is one of the city's oldest buildings, but it's not open to the public.
Tasmania’s finest example of raw concrete brutalist architecture, built in 1983. It's big, it's ballsy, it's beautifully ugly.
Black Cow Bistro
This high-class bistro/steakhouse specialises in Tasmanian free-range, grass-fed, artificial-hormone-free beef. It offers six different...
Launceston Historic Walks information
Get your historical bearings with a 1½-hour walking journey through the Georgian, Victorian and modern architecture of the city. Walks depart from the ‘1842’ building, on the corner of St John and Cimitiere Sts.