Cataract Gorge Reserve
Situated on the South Esk river is unique natural formation, a rare natural phenomenon. Public park with a chair lift hiking trails, man made public pool and landscaped gardens as well as a cafe and restaurant. 15mins walk from the city center.
The Cataract Gorge is a must if you are coming to Launceston right in town we have an amazing natural gorge with many bush walks, chair lift, cafe and restaurant.
This reserve offers you unique views and experience of a gorge. A lot to explore and this a must visit place in Launceston.
A must visit for tourists. You can enjoy the beautiful nature and its calmness.
15 min drive from house. WOW! WOW! WOW! Launceston's own piece of wilderness (we think Paradise!) At the Gorge you will find the world's longest single span chairlift, walking trails, swimming pool (in summer months), restaurants x2, kiosk, suspension bridge and peacocks. Very instagrammable!
“12 min drive from house. One of Launceston's favourite restaurants (and great for brunch). Farm to fork dining in a restored 1830s flour mill. For dinner we recommend you book in advance. ”
“Free , undercover , great for people of all ages IF RAINING Hands on area for kid's to touch feel and play Lots of local history.... by gone days historic information and items to see”
“10 min drive from house. Want to enjoy some of the best Tasmanian craft beers & ciders? St Johns features 14 of the best Tasmanian, Australian and International craft beer as well as a range of ciders, wine and top shelf. Food is available from 5pm - 9pm daily. Great spot to unwind with a few brews. It does pack out of an evening. ”
“10 min drive from house. Classy steak house in a former butchery, showcasing premium free range beef. Fine dining and a must if you love your steak!”