Alanvale Apartments

15-17 Alanvale Rd., Newnham, Launceston, 7248, Australia
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Winery Accommodatoin

by voyage_lam

Hi there

will be travelling to Launceston-Hobart for 7 days this Nov. thinking about staying in wineries for a few nights and heard that Tamar Valley is good. are there any wineries that offer accommodation? appreciate any suggestions! distance is not a problem, as will be driving, so long as it's beautiful and offers quality food.. apart from Tamar, other areas are fine too. thanks!

Re: Winery Accommodatoin

by swissfondue

There are numerous wineries around both Launceston and Hobart but not many accomodation choices I'm afraid. I do know of two though.

Rosevears Vineyard Retreat in the Tamar Valley Launceston and Moorilla Chalets just north of Hobart both offer luxury type accommodation and a-la-carte dining.

Re: Winery Accommodatoin

by voyage_lam

thanks much. in fact, these are the two i am considering. Moorilla is a bit expensive though.. thanks !

Travel Tips for Launceston

Cataract Gorge Reserve: The First Basin

by xuessium

This is where most folks will end up in - the pool! I was in the Gorge on a Sunday. The city itself was as dead as a catacomb and wham! we ran into the entire populace of Launceston here.

The landscape around the Basin features picnic spots, a restaurant, cafes, souvenir shops and surprise, surprise, peacocks!! I thought I was dreaming to see them here in the Gorge.

There is a carpark here as well for folks who do not wish to enter the reserve via walking. It has been advised that you could enter the carpark from the city by following York Street, Hillside Crescent, Broughham Street and then Basin Road. Parking fees apply.

There is a Chair lift here which crosses the basin in about 6 minutes. Imagine yourself walking on air for A$5 adults (circa 2001) There is also a concrete causeway for crossing the river. It's closed during flooding.

Lovely architecture in Launceston

by xuessium

Take a stroll along the sleepy streets of Launceston and you will be amazed at the amount of beautiful and ornate looking buildings that littered throughout the quasi-city. The folks here, really took pride to try to preserve the heritage of Launceston.

Town Hall is just but one of the many beautiful buildings that I had the fortune to come across. It has a rich history as well. The foundation stone of Launceston Town Hall was laid way back in 1864.


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