A underutilised, steep-roofed Launceston landmark (now a convention venue), built in 1891 in classical Victorian style. Inside the Great...
Launceston Historic Walks
Get your historical bearings with a 1½-hour walking journey through the Georgian, Victorian and modern architecture of the city. Walks...
Old Umbrella Shop
Launcestonians once kept dry under the umbrellas made here by R Shott & Sons. Now the shop stands as a rare example of an intact...
Black Cow Bistro
This high-class bistro/steakhouse specialises in Tasmanian free-range, grass-fed, artificial-hormone-free beef. It offers six different...
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Boag’s Brewery information
James Boag’s beer has been brewed on William St since 1881. See the amber alchemy in action on 90-minute tours with tastings afterwards. The free on-site museum sheds further light on brewing history (old TV ads, beer labels and photographs aplenty). Tour bookings essential. Extra tours December to March.