SEE & DO
1. The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery
QVMAG, one of Australia’s finest regional museums, is not only a screening venue for BOFA but where you’ll find the QVMAG Tasmanian history and natural science collections. The Art Gallery has ten galleries, the Guan Di Temple and the ArtSparks! Family Art Space. Don’t miss the Railway Workshops still left as they were when the Precinct downed tools when trains no longer ran in Tasmania.Website
4. City Park
This beautiful parkland features mature trees and shrubs, a display of annual flowers, a Japanese Macaque monkey enclosure, the John Hart Conservatory, a duck pond, senses garden, monuments, chess board, historic Albert Hall, barbeque area and a children’s playground.Website
5. The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania
This collection of cars and motorcycles spans a hundred years of style and technical achievement with its impressive collection of traditional and contemporary marques.Website
Nearby Tamar Valley
Hobart, the home of MONA, the controversial world class museum of old and new art, is a scenic 2 hours drive away on good roads. Hobart boasts some of the best colonial architecture in Australia, plus excellent restaurants, markets, museums and world class scenery including Mt Wellington on its doorstep.Website
North West wilderness
14. Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake, the start of the 65-kilometre (40-mile) Overland Track through the Central Highlands wilderness, is just three hours drive from Launceston and a great place to see rainforest and majestic mountainsWebsite
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