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#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
The scenery was gorgeous and the Peacocks were stunning!! Would be the perfect spot for a picnic, but just a great place to grab some fresh air and stretch your legs out in nature but still right in the city heart!!
A great walk alongside the babbling Tamar, there are interesting spots to stop and sit to take it all in, The path leads to a beautiful old world park with lovely lawns and beautiful shade trees, a nice spot for a...
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#2 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
Take the time to really explore...at least a week...then you can taste wines as well as visit beaches, museums, nature walks, gardens, farm gates... Something for everyone.
Winery trail and more along side the Tamar river itself to provide a nice day excursion, The famous Beaconsfield gold mine museum then right through to popular beach and caravan park at the mouth of the river oppo...
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#3 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
It was really noticeable the gorge caters for tourists and the locals with wonderful park facilities, bush walks, and even a swimming pool.
The daffodil walk is good if you want a quiet stroll through nature.
#4 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
This is a nicely laid out park the monkeys are definitely worth checking out great for kids and adults alike there is also a green house that houses the most beautiful array of orchids well worth a look.
What a great place to visit with family the monkeys are a delight and the park is a wonderful place to have a picnic with plenty of trees to offer shade seats scattered all around the park and lots of area for the...
#5 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
Recommend to anyone that wants to take a short jaunt from the hustle and bustle of Launceston and just spend some time with nature.
About 100 metres from the car park there is an interpretation centre which offers visitors to learn about the value of the wetlands.
#6 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
The river allows you to see towns and areas from both sides including Grindewall (Austrian Type town) the golf course Beaconsfield mine right to the top with holiday areas and caravan parks.
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Lilydale Falls Lilydale
#7 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
Wonderful layout and comfortable walk around some of Tasmania's well kept forest park, the Lilydale Falls circular walk takes 30 plus minutes across some scenic forests full of history that goes back to the 1830's...
Park the car in a shady reserve and take a 10 minute walk to these lovely waterfalls.
Tasmania Zoo Riverside
#8 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
Thoroughly enjoyed this privately owned park, it is a great credit to everyone involved.
They also have a great dinosaur walk with big model dinosaurs scattered around a nature walk.
Kids Paradise Riverside
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This is a beautiful park that contains an excellent collection of exotic trees, gardens and many fountains envied the landscape.
Prince's Square is a quiet park area with plenty of grass, shade and bench seats.
#11 of 19 Nature & Parks in Launceston
Whether it is a stroll through the tree canopy, a play in the park with the kids, gentle family cycle around the forest this place has it all.
Lovely park!! Has bbq's , kids park, bike tracks and is dog friendly!
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