Things To See And Do
THE APRON DESIGN MARKET
28 Homepoint Rd, Seaport, Launceston,
Trading: Friday & Saturday 4 times per year. – Friday 4pm – 8pm, Saturday 9am – 4pm Type: General. Phone: 0408 303 126
A quarterly market held at seaport launceston showcasing local designers & producers. Attracts local designers/producers displaying their work including, accessories, homewares, jewellery, lighting, food, fashion, furniture, flowers and lots more.
LAUNCESTON ESK MARKET
Forster St, Invermay Trading: Every Sunday – 9am – 2pm Type: General Phone: (03) 6331 6044
ESK & FARMERS MARKET LAUNCESTON Launceston Showgrounds, Forster Street, Launceston Trading: Every Saturday – 9am – 2pm
Type: Farmers, Produce. Phone: (03) 6331 6044
HARVEST LAUNCESTON Cimitiere St car park in Launceston Trading: Every Saturday – 8-30am till 12-30pm
Type: Farmers, Produce. Phone: 0417 352 780Type: General. Phone: (03) 6425 2957
Brady’s Lookout, near Rosevears, is a wonderful place to appreciate the diverse beauty of the Tamar Valley. Signs tell the story of bushranger Mathew Brady and why this spectacular location is named after him.
Tasmania Heritage Festival (every May) Agfest Field Days (every May) North East Rivers Festival (every October)
Launceston Cycle Trails
These trails are online or to download. They include iformation and maps of five popular cycling trails in and around the city of Launceston.
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery
Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery focuses on the history, culture and character of the city of Launceston. The museum has a planetarium.
National Automobile Museum of Tasmania features motor vehicles owned by local collectors and motoring memorabilia. Many of the vehicles on display are rotated regularly.
Launceston Tramway Museum
Launceston Tramway Musuem preserves the heritage of the Launceston Municipal Tramways, which was responsible for operating the city’s tram fleet between 1911 and 1952.