BIG4 Holiday Parks in Launceston North & Tamar Valley

BIG4 Holiday Parks in Launceston North & Tamar Valley

Tasmania, Australia

The Launceston North & Tamar Valley region is ripe for exploration, combining a captivating city and a renowned wine region with first-rate nature experiences.

Tasmania’s second-largest city, Launceston has redefined itself as a cultural hub with vibrant cafés, museums, and open parkland dotted throughout.

With BIG4 cabin, caravan, and campsite accommodation in Launceston and the Tamar Valley, travellers can easily engage in all this beautiful region has to offer.

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Overview

The Launceston North & Tamar Valley region is ripe for exploration, combining a captivating city and a renowned wine region with first-rate nature experiences.

Tasmania’s second-largest city, Launceston has redefined itself as a cultural hub with vibrant cafés, museums, and open parkland dotted throughout.

With BIG4 cabin, caravan, and campsite accommodation in Launceston and the Tamar Valley, travellers can easily engage in all this beautiful region has to offer.

Parks in Launceston North & Tamar Valley

Parks in Launceston North & Tamar Valley

Things to See and Do in Launceston North & Tamar Valley

Walk through century-old parks and reserves – there are more than 200 of them – and past elegant streetscapes.

Taking the 15-minute stroll from Launceston’s CBD to Cataract Gorge is vital. This beautiful area is home to walking and hiking tracks, the world's longest single-span chairlift, magnificent gardens, and much more.

A visit to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery should be high on the itinerary, too. Located at separate sites, these two attractions provide hours of enthrallment. Add to the list a tour of Boag’s Brewery and historical Franklin House.

Take advantage of Launceston’s proximity to the glorious Tamar Valley where boutique wineries and local produce outlets are sure to satisfy. A river cruise along the Tamar River is relaxing, or venture as far north as Low Head to witness its historical sites.

In the Launceston North & Tamar Valley region is Narawntapu National Park, a prime spot for viewing wombats and other wildlife. You may even catch a glimpse of a Tasmanian devil.