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Destination Information in Perth, Launceston, Tamar and the North

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  • Perth
    TAS

    Perth

    Perth has over 40 historic buildings, many dating back to the early 1800s, and lovely views to the Great Western Tiers mountain range - and it's just an 8-min drive (8 km) from…

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  • Longford
    TAS

    Longford

    Longford is 20 kilometres (12 miles) south of Launceston and centre for the local farming district. Longford's original architecture remains largely intact. A short drive out of the township, you'll find two…

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  • Evandale
    TAS

    Evandale

    Evandale is one of the best-preserved historic towns in Australia, known for its 19th century buildings and relatively untouched streetscape, with some buildings dating back to 1809. Given its rich diversity, it's worth…

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  • Launceston
    TAS

    Launceston

    Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city and sits at the junction of the North and South Esk Rivers. From here, the broad Tamar River valley opens north to Bass Strait 58 km away. …

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  • Launceston and Tamar Valley
    TAS

    Launceston and Tamar Valley

    Launceston and the Tamar Valley blend history, scenery, creativity, adventure, entertainment and the superb flavours of fine food and wine. Winding 58 kilometres (36 miles) north from Launceston to Bass Strait, the Tamar…

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  • North - North East
    TAS

    North - North East

    Tasmania's North-North East is known for its fertile land and quality timber. Crops such as poppies and hops grow here and grazing land for sheep is plentiful. A former mining area, relics of…

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  • RTO Tourism Northern Tasmania
    TAS

    RTO Tourism Northern Tasmania

    Tasmania's “northern capital” of Launceston was established in 1806 by free settlers. It has fine Victorian buildings from the 1870s and 1880s and elegant contemporary architecture. The unique attraction of Cataract Gorge is…

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  • Launceston, Tamar and The North
    TAS

    Launceston, Tamar and The North

    Tasmania's northern 'capital', Launceston, has remade itself. In this relaxed, historic city, you can stay in quality accommodation and plan your exploration of a lush, productive region that attracts some of the nation's…

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  • Launceston and North
    TAS

    Launceston and North

    Free settlers established Launceston on the River Tamar in 1806. Today, the city has many fine Victorian buildings dating back to the 1870s and 1880s sitting comfortably alongside elegant contemporary architecture and a…

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