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Launceston City half day tour including a section of the Tamar Valley exploring Cataract Gorge, Duck Reach power station, scenic lookouts, the Grindelwald Swiss village and maybe a wine or gin cellar door 


  • hours, $150/person, $525 private charter for 1 - 4 passengers;
  • Departs Launceston CBD twice per available day 08:30 and 13:30;
  • A light morning or afternoon tea included.

Half Day tour in and around Launceston

Explore Launceston City, Cataract Gorge, the old Duck Reach Hydro Electric power station, a scenic lookout over Kanamaluka (Tamar Estuary) and maybe a Gin or Wine Cellar door. 

Departing 08:30 and 13:00 from Launceston CBD or your accommodation by arrangement.


Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city and a vibrant hub for food and wine.  The Tamar Valley hosts some beautiful scenery and a unique wetlands sanctuary for different water birds. 

Australia has a number of very unique animals and here in Tasmania, maybe you can get up close and personal with a number of our native neighbours.


  • Pick up from Launceston CBD at 08:30 OR 13:00;

  • Drop off in Launceston CBD at around12:30 OR 17:00;

  • Tour Duration approximately 4 hours;

  • A light morning or afternoon tea included;

  • Note:- Cellar door tasting fees not included.


  1. Launceston:- Take a tour around Tasmania's second largest city and learn about the early history and view the stunning architecture and open green spaces;

  2. Cataract Gorge:- is a river gorge in Launceston and approximately 1.5 km from the city centre and where the South Esk River flows into the Tamar estuary. It is one of the region's premier tourist attractions and accessible to all ages.

  3. Grindelwald:- Explore the village square and learn about the Dutch man's dream of creating a Swiss-style village;

  4. Brady's Lookout:-  Stroll up the small hill for the best view over the Tamar River and across to St Mathias Church at Windemere;

  5. Gin or Wine:-  Taste some of fine liquid produce en route. 

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