The Ultimate North East Tasmanian Bucket List
North East Tasmania is full of unique and wonderful things to experience. From tantalising bubbles to exhilarating mountain bike trails, world-class golf, and down to earth local charm, it’s a must-do region when visiting Tasmania.
Meet the farmer
Find out about Farmgate Festival 2021
6 meaningful family experiences in Northern Tasmania
Share a meaningful experience with the whole family this school holidays and learn something new about our local Northern Tasmanian history.
Launceston ceramics: a story of revival
As we throw off the puffer jacket and rummage in the back of the wardrobe for lighter layers, so do we select a vino more in keeping with the season.
Spring to it in Launnie
'Tis the season for colour and chlorophyll and you're invited to soak it all up around Launceston.
Make yourself at home in Northern Tasmania this spring
There are so many reasons to get out and explore this Spring. As the sun is out longer and the weather warms, make yourself at home and discover where to eat, stay and play in Northern Tasmania this Spring.
Post game food and drink spots in Launceston
Heading to a game at UTAS Stadium? We’ve got your post-game food and drinks sorted!
Our Off Season Experiences
Whether it's warming up beside a roaring fire, jumping into a icy cold lake, hunting for waterfalls or toasting with a glass of mulled wine, winter in Northern Tasmania is anything far from chill.
No Car? No Problem
There are plenty of ways to explore Launceston and Northern Tasmania without a vehicle of your own. Check out our list of ways you can get around town without a car or vehicle of your own.
Vineyards in the Tamar Valley you can wine and dine at
Searching for somewhere to spend an afternoon or evening dinning while you wine? These are some of our current favourites in the Tamar Valley that offer a Wine and Dine experience.
Weekend activities within 1 hour of Launceston
Need some ideas on what to do over the weekend? Check out this list of activities all within an hours drive from Launceston.