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Cataract Gorge Reserve

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Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
+61 447 673 459
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Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
+61 447 673 459
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Reviewed yesterday

A stunning place so close to the city!!! Things to do for everybody, the park shows centennial trees with local fauna. We spotted two beautiful peacocks right beside us. The walks are amazing, the gorge simply hints why it is a sacred place for the...More

Thank Chepe L
Reviewed yesterday

Great setting for a casual walk and we also enjoyed a coffe and cake and ate them by the sight of Peacocks fanning their beautiful tails! All in all a lovely way to spend part of your day!

Thank Rik R
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fantastic morning to visit cool not freezing , lovely walk around the gorge , over the suspension bridge and had a coffee at the cafe , beautiful peacocks everywhere , helpful and friendly staff, highly recommend for all

Thank louise g
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful spot. We even saw a joey wallaby. Great place to take the kids and let them explore the grounds.

Thank Leah R
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Whether you take a river cruise as we did or take the walking trail this is a must do in Launceston. This is the very essence of the place. Sacred site for the Aborigines too. There is centuries of history attached to this place, from...More

Thank NeilHBNZ
Reviewed 3 days ago

We would highly recommend Cataract Gorge. It was one of the highlights of our trip. The chairlift was fantastic as were the walking tracks. The kids enjoyed feeding the free roaming peacocks as well. We loved it!

Thank danandpaisley
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were really surprised at how nice this place was and only an easy 20 mins walk from the centre of town. The walking track makes it easy for anyone to enjoy it. There is also a little theme park with adventure activities next to...More

Thank Jim D
Reviewed 5 days ago

Great views,lovely setting,would love to go back during the warmer months.Didn't get to go on chair lift as it was to wet,so might be a good reason to go back.

Thank Chris D
Reviewed 5 days ago

you can walk around the park as well you can take the chair lift to the top and back if thats what you want to do their is also a park for kids to play my four year old granddaughter loved the whole lot

Thank grannys12017
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We really enjoyed the Cataract Gorge Reserve. We too the chair lift one way & walked back over suspension bridge. Gorgeous place, would be fantastic in summer!

Thank NYGinSyd
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Eesh T
6 March 2017|
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Response from Lynette M | Reviewed this property |
would be ok. just make sure you are not carrying lots of stuff so you have hands free.
27 August 2016|
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Response from JCW368 | Reviewed this property |
The primary method of viewing the gorge is on foot. I would allow a minimum of 3 hours. Their is a chair-lift across the gorge at the first basin as well as a pedestrian suspension foot bridge. In summer people sunbath and... More
7 January 2016|
Response from annettelouise1959 | Reviewed this property |
i noticed when we where there a camper van came and parked over where the buses parked we had a car it was very busy so get there early if you want a park check with the council there but i am pretty sure you can not stay... More