Design Centre Tasmania
Launceston City Ghost Tours
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 –...
The elegant John Hart Conservatory is in Launceston's City Park.
A underutilised, steep-roofed Launceston landmark (now a convention venue), built in 1891 in classical Victorian style. Inside the Great...
Royal Oak Hotel
Launceston’s best pub. We really don't need to expand on this fact, but it's hard not to – brilliant beers on tap, open-mic nights (last...
Set in an unremarkable terrace house on an unremarkable stretch of Brisbane St, Novaro's does truly remarkable Italian. It's known for...
cnr Brisbane & Tamar Sts · interesting places nearby
Design Centre Tasmania information
On the fringe of City Park, this heritage church hall houses a shop/gallery selling beautiful handmade Tasmanian crafts. Next door is the excellent Design Tasmania Wood Collection (entry by donation), showcasing local timber furniture design – more sassafras, Huon pine and myrtle than you can poke a stick at. Reduced winter hours.