City Park in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia - see more photos on our travel blog!

Things to do in Launceston and surrounds - tips from the locals

Open space, cool breezes, and warm sunshine are all I could want in a reception. We could occupy only a small portion of some city park and do the food picnic-style with some round tables on the grass.

Evandale Market is a northern Tasmanian institute. A market that has something for everybody, home grown veggies, wines, cakes but it is better known as a junk market. #markets #evandale #tasmania Image Credit: Hello from Tassie

Evandale Market is a northern Tasmanian institute. A market that has something for everybody, home grown veggies, wines, cakes but it is better known as a junk market. Image Credit: Hello from Tassie

Tasmania - simply beautiful

4 Strangle Figs have formed this tunnel in Arusha National Park, Tanzania (East Africa) / Robert Van Koesveld Photography

Cute cottages standing side be side in Oatlands, Tasmania.  These little cuties were captured by @thisismylife_tasmania. #oatlands #tasmania #discovertasmania

Cute cottages standing side be side in Oatlands, Tasmania. These little cuties were captured by

Original Campbell Town Hospital.    Campbell Town Tasmania.  Tasmania's first regional hospital was opened at Campbell Town in 1855. One of Campbell Towns most active early citizens Dr William Valentine was the hospitals first Doctor from 1839 until his death in 1876.

Tasmania's first regional hospital was opened at Campbell Town in One of Campbell Towns most active early citizens Dr William Valentine was the hospitals first Doctor from 1839 until his death in

Oatlands, Tasmania  |  Adeline & Lumiere Photography

Oatlands, Tasmania | Adeline & Lumiere Photography

Long Maireener Necklace by Lola Greeno - shell jewellery - Tasmanian artist

Long Maireener Necklace by Lola Greeno - shell jewellery - Tasmanian artist

International Mural Fest, Sheffield Tasmania. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

What is International Mural Fest? by Carol Haberle Internationally renowned as Australia’s Town of Murals, Sheffield is home to the International Mura.

Invisible fences and a hedge shaped like baby elephants add a touch of fun to a picture-postcard heritage property “Old Wesleydale” in Tasmania.

Invisible fences and a hedge shaped like baby elephants add a touch of fun to a picture-postcard heritage property “Old Wesleydale” in Tasmania.

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