Launceston & North

A Traditional Tasmanian Village with Irish Charm

This picturesque Tasmanian village was first established as a garrison town in the 1830s. Westbury has the look and feel…

Home to the ‘Best Soil on the Island’

In 1855 surveyor James Scott (Scottsdale’s namesake) proclaimed that Scottsdale had “the best soil on the island”. True to his…

A Vibrant Hub for Culture and Nature

The city of Launceston first saw European settlement in 1806. Lonnie as it’s known by the locals is a valley…

One of the Best Preserved Historic Towns in Australia

Located just south of Launceston and also not far from the Launceston Airport, Evandale was originally established in 1811 as…

Home of Arts and Culture in Rural Tasmania

The centrepiece of the Meander Valley, Deloraine is an arts and cultural centre for the surrounding area. Deloraine is home…

White Sandy Beaches and the Best Golf in the State

This popular holiday town overlooks Andersons Bay with its beautiful white sandy beaches and is a great place to enjoy…

Home to Sealife on the Tamar River

Located on the western bank of the beautiful Tamar River, Beauty Point is a quaint little town located less than…

Experience Tasmanian’s Golden History

Located in the Tamar Valley just north of Launceston, Beaconsfield is a former gold mining town on the West Tamar…