National Automobile Museum of Tasmania
Rev-heads get all revved up over the display here, one of Australia's best presentations of classic and historic cars and motorbikes....
Design Centre of Tasmania
On the fringes of City Park, the excellent Wood Design Collection showcases local creations in wood, with more sassafras, Huon pine and...
Boag's Centre for Beer Lovers
Boag's beer – northern Tasmania's favourite – has been brewed on William St since 1881. Explore the brewery – and taste the beers – on...
Royal Oak Hotel
Hands-down Launceston's best pub – grungy, friendly and convivial with stacks of beers on tap, open mic nights (the last Wednesday of...
Chef Caesar Woo makes superior sushi, noodle dishes and mains in this downbeat Japanese canteen-style eatery that has some of Tasmania’s...
City Park information
Wonderful, green City Park has enormous oaks and plane trees, an elegant fountain, a conservatory with changing plant displays, a Victorian bandstand and a playground and mini train for kids. A glass-walled enclosure of Japanese macaques , a gift from Japanese sister city Ikeda, will fascinate little ones for hours.