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To find such an amazing place in the heart of a city is astounding. The gorge has it all. Spectacular scenery, swimming areas, multiple walking paths, chairlift, I suspension bridge, a swimming pool surrounded by lush green grass.
My family and I walked in to...More
Spent a couple of hours with our 12 year old who also enjoyed the reserve, especially the wallabies, peacocks and Pokemon which we hunted through the park.
The gorge provides a lovely walk too and the food & coffee at the bandstand cafe was surprisingly...More
We spent a weekend in Launceston and with the temperature being in the high 20's/low 30's we ventured to cataract gorge to cool off. It was just what we needed. You can swim for free or if you are feeling energetic there are multiple walks...More
I love to visit Cataract Gorge everytime I am in Launceston. Great walks. Nice restaurant on one side in a garden setting. Take away food more casual on the other side. A swimming pool though people do swim in the river. A chair lift takes...More
Located very close to Launceston town is this nature escape with something for everyone.
For a fee, you can take the chair lift which we didn't do as it was not really all that much of a height to walk.
For free, you can swim...More
Enjoyed walking the east side of the Gorge. Great views, unique local atmosphere. Plenty to do with swimming in gorge or pool, chair lift, cafe on east side. Be aware renovations have temp closed the cafe etc on west side of pool.
I couldn't believe how close to the city this was! We spent the morning here and took a walk around some of the paths. I believe there are long walks and some short ones, if you have limited time. We decided to take a walk...More