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66 Hollybank Road, Underwood
Hollybank Wilderness Adventures is the perfect destination to enjoy the forest at your own pace. They’re unique and unlike any Australian nature experience. With four world-class forest adventures under one canopy, they’re Tasmania’s top outdoor activity destination, loved by thrill seekers and nature lovers.
370 Relbia Road, Relbia, near Launceston
“Let’s do Lunch” Arrive in the beautiful grounds of Josef Chromy Wines and take a stroll through the gardens established in 1888 then enjoy a complementary tasting and two course lunch of fine Tasmanian produce matched with wines.
“The Art of Sparkling Experience” Guests will be taken through the sparkling wine making and disgorging process, then work in the comfort of the Cellar to trial their own liqueur d’expedition dosage and craft a bottle of sparkling to their exact taste.
On Your Bike Tours Launceston offers a fun and unique way to discover Launceston. Offering four distinct bike tours, each one revealing something special about Launceston. On each tour you will be accompanied by a friendly guide, hear intriguing stories of the past and present, sample some of Tassie’s local food and see some of Launceston’s most scenic locations including the great riverscapes.
200 Flinders Street, Beauty Point
Tasmania’s truly unique Seahorse World has been stunning visitors for 20 years as one of Australia’s most amazing farms. Join a 45-minute behind-the-scenes guided tour and discover the practices that allow these amazing creatures to be exported to public and private aquariums around the world.
Home Point Parade, Launceston
Explore Launceston and the Tamar Valley with Tamar River Cruises. Stand alongside the skippers as they entertain you with their lively commentary about the characters and tales that shaped the region. Enjoy the spectacular Cataract Gorge and discover the history behind Launceston’s greatest treasure.